3Q | 9:21
TOUCH DOWN! DJ Turner receives a pass inside the box and scores for the Raiders.
3Q | 15:00
The third quarter begins.
We go into the break with a 4-point lead for the Raiders.
2Q | 1:32
FIELD GOAL! Greg Joseph makes another field goal, this time from 23 yards.
2Q | 4:59
The game continues with significant pressure from the Vikings, the visiting team seeks to tie the game.
2Q | 8:00
FIELD GOAL! Greg Joseph gets the first 3 points for the Vikings.
2Q | 9:48
The Vikings playing better offense trying to get into the game, they get into the red zone looking to score.
2Q | 14:52
TOUCH DOWN! Jarrett Stidham feint to open a hole in the defense and score for the Raiders. Daniel Carlson’s extra point is good.
2Q | 15:00
The second quarter begins.
He left the first
The first quarter ends, a 3-point lead for the Raiders.
1Q | 3:09
Very good job by the Raiders defense, allowing very little progress by the Vikings.
1Q | 5:31
FIELD GOAL! Daniel Carlson adds the first 3 points of the game with a 23-yard field goal.
1Q | 9:15
First offensive attempts by both teams, the score continues without points.
1Q | 15:00
Kick off the game at Allegiant Stadium.
About to start
We are a few minutes away from the start of the presentation of the game and the previous protocols of the NFL.
Heating up motors!
Clete Blakeman will be the central referee in this duel between Titans and Ravens in week 1 of the NFL Preseason.
The Vikings have arrived!
The bad guys have arrived!
The last matchup between the two teams was in week 4 of the 2019 season when the team led by Kirk Cousins outscored the Raiders by a score of 34-14. Derek Carr outscored Cousins in total yardage but Cousins was unable to score points with his offense and they were razed by the Vikings.
Face to face
We’re just under an hour before the Vikings-Raiders game kicks off at Allegiant Stadium. Both teams will go out in search of victory. Who will make it? Follow our coverage on VAVEL to find out.
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Where to see the game?
Derek Carr, player to watch!
How do the Raiders arrive?
The Las Vegas team continues its path in the preseason, after getting its first victory against the Jaguars by a score of 27-11. They finished last season in second place in the American Conference West with a record of 10 wins and 7 losses. With this, the Raiders qualified for the Wildcards round where they were eliminated by the Bengals with a score of 26 to 19. The objective of this campaign is to fight the Chiefs for the direct ticket to the divisional round and to be able to compete for a spot in Superbowl LVII. Dereck Carr, Josh Jacobs and Hunter Renfrow will be in charge of making the Raiders’ offense one of the deadliest and they will rely heavily on the work of Yannick Ngakoue and Denzel Perryman to avoid taking points against.
Kirk Cousins, player to watch!
How do the Vikings arrive?
The Minnesota team did not have the best of seasons, this one was mostly negative despite finishing second in the NFC North with a negative record of 8 wins and 9 losses. The team was alternating between victories and defeats very often in the season, when it seemed that they came out of the losing streak, they fell again. The team’s problem was focused on the defense, this was one of the worst, averaging 24 points against per game, meaning that despite the great offense they had, the team received somersaults and lost in the final moments or in extra time . The defense this season will be handled by Eric Kendricks, Anthony Barr and DJ Wonnum, so it is expected to be a better year.
Where is the game?
Good morning to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the transmission of the match between Minnesota Vikings vs. Las Vegas Raiders live, corresponding to the duel of Week 1 of the 2022-2023 NFL Preseason. The match will take place at Allegiant Stadium at 3:25 p.m.
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Minnesota Vikings vs. Las Vegas Raiders LIVE: Today (6-10) | 08/14/2022