Anyone watching the Baltimore Ravens-Las Vegas Raiders match on Monday night got the money worth in the first 60 minutes.
The underdog Raiders lags behind 14-0 and then goes on toes all night with the Ravens competing for the Super Bowl. Marcus Mariota turned upfield to bring a 30-yard profit to the keeper. Derek Carr led the drive connecting the three games in the fourth quarter alone.And Daniel Carson Kicked a 55-yard field goal There are 2 seconds left.
But what made the game memorable was the overtime that followed Carlson’s kick.
The Raiders won the ball first, and Carr dropped the team back on the field, winning a touchdown pass to Brian Edwards. The crowd celebrated the first regular season match since the team moved to Las Vegas. Some raider sprayers rushed to the locker room. However, replay officials decided that Edwards should be dominated before crossing the line, and the team had to return to the field to slink.
Still, the Raiders scored their first goal with one. The game is certainly almost over.
The car’s sneak on the first down turned into a rugby scrum that went nowhere, and the Raiders got off to a wrong start. With the ball back at 5, Carr tried to pass, but bounced off Ravens’ DeShon Elliott’s helmet and took the Wild Carom. Intercepted by Anthony Averette..
Now Ravens had their shots. However, when Lamar Jackson returned to the pass, he was attacked by Karl Nasib and failed. The Raiders are back in business.
After a one-yard run to Ravens 26, it was still the second down. However, coach Jon Gruden sent a field goal team to win there. Unfortunately, some teams didn’t seem ready. As a result, there was a delay penalty for the game.
“Our kicker was warming up online. No one could find him,” Gruden said in a surprising post-match confession.
After the penalty, Gruden decided to launch the Raiders attack again. And Kerr quickly forgot the field goal blunder with a loft pass to Zay Jones, which opened strangely wide for a touchdown. Final score: Raiders 33, Ravens 27.
“I felt dead and awake,” Gruden said. “And died again. I was like a cat. I spent multiple lives tonight. I don’t like to play that way.”
For Ravens, who is widely regarded as a candidate for the Super Bowl this season, it was a hilarious hat.
“The loss definitely hurts,” Jackson said. “The game may have managed tonight.” Ravens hasn’t blown the 14-point lead since 2004.
The result may not convince anyone that the Raiders, which were 8-8 last season, are genuine. However, after the match, Gruden saw profits from a quote from longtime Raiders owner Al Davis.
He said with a smile: Just beat the baby. “