NFL: Raiders defeated Ravens 33-27 in overtime in front of excited crowd


The Raiders won a spectacular overtime game in a high-energy atmosphere at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. They disposed of the Baltimore Ravens to the 33-27 count.

Derek Carr threw the winning touchdown pass to Zay Jones for 31 yards with 3:44 left in overtime.

This is the first time fans could attend a Raiders game at Allegiant Stadium, as the stadium was not accessible to the public during the team’s first season in Las Vegas in 2020.

Las Vegas thought they were celebrating the win on the first possession of overtime when Carr joined Bryan Edwards on a 32-yard pass. Initially, a touchdown was called, but the decision was overturned after a video review.

Installed at the line of a yard, the Raiders were sentenced to an offside penalty, before seeing Carr be guilty of an interception on Marcus Peters in the end zone.

The Ravens picked up the ball and started a great streak, but Lamar Jackson was guilty of a breakaway caused by defensive end Carl Nassib, who became the first openly gay NFL player earlier in the game. summer.

Ravens 27 – Raiders 33 (Overtime)

Justin Tucker first gave the Ravens a 27-24 lead with a 47-yard field goal with 42 seconds left in 4.e quarterback moments after a superb 28-yard rush from Lamar Jackson.

The Raiders sent the game into overtime, however, thanks to a 55-yard field goal from Daniel Carlson.

The Raiders trailed 14-0 early in the game, ending a 98-season winning streak when the Ravens lead by at least 14 points. This streak dated back to 2004.

The loss capped off a tough time for the Ravens, who are facing multiple injuries to key players. Running backs JK Dobbins, Gus Edwards and Justice Hill are all on the sidelines as cornerback Marcus Peters will miss the rest of the season.

The Baltimore team had won their last five opening games, outscoring their opponents 177-26 in points. She came in short due to the brilliance of Carr, who amassed 435 yards through the air.

Carr completed 34 of his 56 attempts by air. He threw two touchdown passes and one interception. Darren Waller caught 10 balls for gains of 105 yards and a major.

Lamar Jackson had 19 of his 30 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown. He added 12 carries for a total of 86 yards for the Ravens.

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