Cowboys vs Raiders: Dallas suffered a heartbreaking Thanksgiving overtime loss to Las Vegas

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In a free throw-heavy NFL game at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, interference with the pass of Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown kept the Raiders alive in overtime and the score tied.
The free throw allowed Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carl to put his team within a controllable field goal and scored a famous victory, while Carlson duly converted his fifth in the game. A field goal is scored.

This victory ended the Raiders’ three-game losing streak and was their first Thanksgiving victory since 1968.

For the Cowboys with Super Bowl ambitions this season, this is a disastrous defeat.

After the game, as in the tradition of the NFL on Thanksgiving Day, a player of the winning team celebrated in a stylish way-with a bite of a turkey leg. This time it was Carlson’s turn to kick the key ball.

“Every victory is important. We have been working hard,” Carlson said afterwards. “When things don’t go your way in a few weeks, it’s very difficult. Having such a victory in just one week helps us move forward. Like I said, I think it’s just an illustration. This is the team and our willingness to win.”
Every season, the Cowboys play on Thanksgiving Day, which is one of the most watched NFL games of the year.

But this time, they were understaffed when they entered the game, missing their two best wide receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb.

This caused the Cowboys’ offense to start slowly, as the Raiders led 17-13 at halftime.

Despite losing star tight end Darren Waller due to injury in the game, the Raiders continued to score and lead Dallas.

Carlson hit his fourth field goal with 1:57 left in the fourth quarter, providing a three-point buffer for the Raiders, but Dallas kicker Greg Zurlein was left in the game. In a few seconds, he hit a 45-yard shot, tied the score to 33-33 and sent it to overtime.

After the Cowboys’ offense stalled in overtime, Brown’s big pass jammed-calling him for the fourth time in the game-and set Carlson’s winning ball in the third quarter and 18 minutes.

The Dallas Cowboys Zach Martin and Mika Parsons left the field after losing to the Las Vegas Raiders.

This defeat is the fourth defeat of the Cowboys in the past five Thanksgiving games.

Karl threw for 373 yards and a touchdown, while Cowboys quarterback Dark Prescott finished with 375 yards and two touchdowns.

There were 28 extraordinary penalties, 276 yards, and a melee between the two teams in the game, which resulted in two ejections and an official bleeding in the third quarter.

“It feels like we showed the core of our team today,” Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow said. “Fight like us, let them down and score, let us respond. I feel good about the character of our team, especially what we have experienced in the past few weeks. To get that victory, I hope we can Continue on this basis.”
Carl celebrated against the Cowboys in the third quarter.

The drought for the Lions continues

After losing to the Chicago Bears 16-14 early on Thanksgiving, the Detroit Lions will have to wait longer to get their first victory of the season.

The last-second shot from the Bears kicker Cairo Santos ensured the desperate Lions start this season without victory, which means that their record this season has slipped to 0-10-1.

The game started with a strange opening coin toss, and the Lions chose to postpone after winning the coin toss. When the officials asked if they wanted the ball, the Bears players chose to postpone, and they were told they could not do so because the Lions had chosen to postpone.

But this victory may be a crucial victory for Bears coach Matt Najib under pressure, and his future at the helm of the team this week has been the subject of speculation.

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Matt Nagy and Andy Dalton collided in the second half against the Detroit Lions.

“When there is interference, in every sport, in all the facts of life-there will always be interference,” he told the media after his team improved their record to 4-7 with victory.

“It depends on how you deal with them. Again, we won today, there may be many different ways. But the reason we won is because of how they deal with distractions, do you know?

“This is what it is for me. When you lead people in this industry, my job is to ensure honest and open communication. For me, that’s how I can’t tell you how much this victory means today. I’m Because of what they did.”

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