The Raiders Thought They’d Won. But They Hadn’t. Until They Did.

A wild Monday night victory gives Las Vegas a victory, and leaves Baltimore wondering about one that got away.

Anyone watching the Baltimore Ravens-Las Vegas Raiders game on Monday night got their money’s worth in the first 60 minutes.

The underdog Raiders fell behind by 14-0, then rallied to go toe-to-toe with the Super Bowl-contending Ravens all night. Marcus Mariota turned upfield for a 30-yard gain on a keeper. Derek Carr led three game-tying drives in the fourth quarter alone. And Daniel Carlson kicked a 55-yard field goal with two seconds left.

But it was the overtime that followed Carlson’s kick that made this game one to remember.

The Raiders got the ball

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