Las Vegas wins in Dallas in NFL, Buffalo corrects New Orleans


After three consecutive losses, the Las Vegas Raiders found their smile again Thursday in the opening games of Day 12 of the NFL regular season, played on Thanksgiving Day. The franchise of Nevada won among the Dallas Cowboys (36-33 AD), thanks to a 29-yard field goal from Daniel Carlson.

In Texas, Las Vegas has long led in the score (including 24-13 in the third quarter). But Dallas was able to react, with, among other things, a touchdown of 100 yards on return kick from Tony Pollard, before equalizing at 30-30, on a reception from Dalton Schultz, 2’54  » from the end. Each team then achieved a field goal, which took them into overtime. Where the Raiders made a difference.

Both quarterbacks shone on Thursday. Derek Carr (Las Vegas) completed 24 passes for 373 yards and a TD, while Dak Prescott (Dallas) threw 375 yards and two touchdowns.

New Orleans fourth in a row

The Buffalo Bills have recovered well from the correction suffered last weekend at home against Indianapolis (41-15). They went to win at the New Orleans Saints (31-6), carried by the four TD assists from Josh Allen. This is New Orleans’ fourth consecutive loss.

Finally the Chicago Bears beat the Detroit Lions (16-14) at the last second, thanks to a 28-yard field goal from Cairo Santos. Detroit still hasn’t won a game this season.

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