Derek Carr threw 435 yards, two touchdowns and one interception, while Darren Waller made 10 interceptions for 105 yards when the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Baltimore Ravens in extra time; Lamar Jackson finished with 235 yards of touchdown pass and 86 yards of lead.
Derek Carr threw a 31-yard pass to Zay Jones overtime when the Las Vegas Raiders beat the Baltimore Ravens 33-27 in the Monday Night Football thriller at Allegiant Stadium.
Trailing 14-0 early on, the Raiders rallied to put the game into overtime after a shot from the field by Daniel Carlson with two seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
The home team made it to the one yard line on first possession in the extra period, but Carr was intercepted as the Ravens took over in search of the winning score.
Karl Nassib subsequently forced Ravens defender Lamar Jackson to grope the ball by passing the ball to Jones after the Raiders again nearly missed their chances by delaying an in-game penalty.
Las Vegas thought they had won it earlier in extra time when Carr connected with Brian Edwards for a 33-yard pass that was ruled out as a touchdown and then canceled.
Carr finished the night 34 of 56 with a 435-yard pass, two touchdowns and one interception, while Jackson went 19 of 30 for 235 yards and one point for the Ravens, and rushed for a team result of 86 yards at the end of the season. cessation of injuries to J.K.Dobbins and Gus Edwards running backs.
Speaking at a post-match press conference, Raiders head coach John Gruden hailed the impasse. Darren Waller as the best player he has ever coached. And on the pitch, he treats him the same way he does on the pitch, with Carr targeting him 19 times – more than a player in the first week.
His faith continues to be rewarded with the production of one of the most dominant players in his position in the league, a one-off Raven finish with 10 catches at 105 yards and a touchdown.