SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Raiders and San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick have yet to play a game together since Kaepernick took over the team in December after the 49ers released him.
San Francisco is 1-3 since Kaepernick became the starter on Dec. 13.
The Raiders, though, have won five in a row in San Francisco, winning six of their last eight games, including three in a span of 11 days.
“I can’t remember a time in my career that I didn’t win the game in a hurry,” Kaepernick said Monday, his second game in San Jose since taking over the offense.
Kaepernick threw for 253 yards and a touchdown and rushed for another with his second TD run.
He had just seven yards of offense in the first half.
But he scored on a 10-yard run with 1:34 left to play, and the Raiders went ahead 10-0.
They didn’t let up in the second half, though.
Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse was penalized on a fourth-and-1 play on third-and