NFL: Raiders prevail in overtime with 86-yard run |  Video

Las Vegas Raiders they beat 40-34 in overtime at Seattle Seahawks in the match corresponding to the Week 12 of the 2022-23 NFL season from the Lumen Field from Seattle.

The match began in the best possible way for the locals, who in just the first attack of the match intercepted a shipment to quarterback Derek Carr. The offensive of the Seahawks it didn’t take long to take advantage of the mistake, capitalizing on a run by Kenneth Walker to make it 0-7.

As the match progressed, Las Vegas improved offensively and in response to Seattle’s score they scored one of their own. Derek Carr found Ameer Abdullah on a long run to level the score at seven.

the bad guys they had the opportunity to go up after a good defense, but Carr committed his second error of the match and returned possession. Seattle took advantage immediately with a Field goal. Jason Myers connected a second field goalmarking the 7-13.

In the second quarter the raiders dominated, scoring first with a pass from Carr to Mack Hollins on a tramp playa for 36 yards, and then by land with Josh Jacobs after a good series, courtesy of a interception to Geno Smith.

in the next series Seattle brought the score closer thanks to a Smith bombing veteran Tyler Lockettin a conjunction that reflects the performance of the Seahawks throughout the campaign: Accurate plays at key moments. Las Vegas marked a Field goal of the leg of Daniel Carlsonsending the game to rest 24-20 in your favor.

The third quarter returned the advantage to the locals, who in a long series of 75 yards returned to ring in the promised zone with another touchdown run by Kenneth Walker. Las Vegas scored another Field goal and tied the party to 27 to finish the third quarter even.

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Seattle launched a good series that took them to the rival 23-yard line, but a poor communication between Smith and Walker resulted in a fumble recovered by Las Vegas. Los Malosos could not capitalize and returned the ball after not getting it first chance in fourth and less than a yard.

Smith didn’t let the bug take over the game and led a annotation series which ended with a short pass to Travis Homerwho quickly and decisively put his team up 27-34. However, the raiders they responded and with less than two minutes Carr completed a go to the diagonals with Foster Moreau.

In one last chance to Seattle the controversy was present at a D.K. Metcalf receptionwhich would leave his team in field goal range, the referees reviewed the action and reversed the call to an incomplete pass. Smith it was caught to the next play and sentenced the extra time.

in overtimes Daniel Carlson was able to give his team the lead with a field goal, but the 56-yard attempt went wide right. Fortunately for Las Vegas, the defense fulfilled the task and forced the three and out. Locked in at the 14-yard line, good blocks from the offensive line and the speed of josh jacobs they gave the win over visitors, 40-34with a monumental haul of 86 yards.

the rest of the week 12 will be played as follows:

Thursday November 23
Buffalo Bills 28-25 Detroit Lions
New York Giants 20-28 Dallas Cowboys, 3:30 p.m.
New England Patriots 26-33 Minnesota Vikings, 7:20 p.m.

Sunday November 27
Denver Broncos 10-21 Carolina Panthers
Atlanta Falcons 13-19 Washington Commanders
Houston Texans 15-30 Miami Dolphins
Cincinnati Bengals 20-16 Tennessee Titans
Chicago Bears 10-31 New York Jets
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17-23 Cleveland Browns
Baltimore Ravens 27-28 Jacksonville Jaguars
Los Angeles Chargers 25-24 Arizona Cardinals
Las Vegas Raiders Seattle Seahawks
Los Angeles Rams Kansas City Chiefs
New Orleans Saints 0-13 San Francisco 49ers
Green Bay Packers vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 7:20 p.m.

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Monday, November 28
Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Indianapolis Colts, 7:15 p.m.

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