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    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Taylor Heinicke threw two touchdown passes and set up new kicker Brian Johnson’s game-winning 48-yard field goal with 37 seconds remaining to lead Washington to its fourth straight win, 17-15 over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. Heinicke threw a 7-yard TD pass to Logan Thomas on the opening drive and a 4-yarder to Antonio Gibson early in the fourth quarter after extending the drive with a key third-down scramble. READ MORE: UPDATE: SF Restaurant Apologizes for Denying Service to Armed, On-Duty Police OfficersBut Washington (6-6) then allowed the Raiders (6-6) to score on successive drives to take a 15-14 lead on Daniel Carlson’s 37-yard field goal that was set up by Nate Hobbs’ interception of Heinicke. But Heinicke responded and drove Washington down the field to set up the kick by Johnson. who was signed earlier this week after Joey Slye went down with an injury. Coordinator Jack Del Rio’s defense then sealed it to give him the win in his first game against the Raiders since being fired by the team following the 2017...
    The Raiders should be upset that a WFT defender got away with pass interference on the biggest play of the game, but Cowboys fans should be just as angry. Whenever the Dallas Cowboys faced the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day, they couldn’t stop drawing pass interference penalties. Cornerback Anthony Brown alone was called for four such infractions totaling 91 yards, including an ultimately decisive call in overtime. Some of those calls were warranted while others were questionable at best. So imagine then watching a division rival such as the Washington Football Team play the same Raiders and experiencing a completely different outcome from the refs, particularly on the biggest play of the game. After WFT took a two-point lead, Las Vegas had the chance to drive down the field and retake the lead, albeit with little time remaining. Derek Carr then seemingly had a deep shot to Zay Jones open but a Washington defender tugged on the jersey and seemingly impeded the wide receiver. When the pass fell incomplete, though, there was no laundry on the field for a PI call....
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Taylor Heinicke threw two touchdown passes and set up new kicker Brian Johnson’s game-winning 48-yard field goal with 37 seconds remaining to lead Washington to its fourth straight win, 17-15 over the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. Heinicke threw a 7-yard TD pass to Logan Thomas on the opening drive and a 4-yarder to Antonio Gibson early in the fourth quarter after extending the drive with a key third-down scramble. But Washington (6-6) then allowed the Raiders (6-6) to score on successive drives to take a 15-14 lead on Daniel Carlson’s 37-yard field goal that was set up by Nate Hobbs’ interception of Heinicke. But Heinicke responded and drove Washington down the field to set up the kick by Johnson. who was signed earlier this week after Joey Slye went down with an injury. Coordinator Jack Del Rio’s defense then sealed it to give him the win in his first game against the Raiders since being fired by the team following the 2017 season. The game was sealed when Derek Carr’s desperation heave from his 43...
    Dabo Swinney was seen on the sideline of the Raiders latest game against the Washington Football Team, spurring some rumors. We’ll start with the obvious — no, Swinney isn’t in the conversation to become the Raiders next head coach, as far as we know. There haven’t been rumors connecting the current Clemson coach to Las Vegas, not to mention his buyout and forfeiture of future earnings make it less than optimal, assuming he’s not getting Jon Gruden money. Speaking of Gruden, who was forced out due to an email controversy that included offensive language, the Raiders need a new head coach. Interim man Rich Bisaccia isn’t expected to be retained after the season. Dabo and The King ????@clemsonfb x @therichardpetty pic.twitter.com/guEl62maGR — Las Vegas Raiders (@Raiders) December 5, 2021 Swinney would be an impact hire, but he’s reshaped the Clemson program into his image, and it’s one of the best jobs in college football. Unless he’s itching to go pro, the Raiders are a weird fit.Why was Dabo Swinney at the Raiders game?Clelin Ferrell, CB Trayvon Mullen, WR Hunter Renfrow,...
    Getty Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller. The Las Vegas Raiders had to hold their breath against the Dallas Cowboys when star tight end Darren Waller was forced out of the game with an injury. Luckily, he only had a strained IT band, which isn’t bad considering the alternatives. However, he still could miss some time due to the injury. Waller missed practice for the Raiders all week as he nurses the injury. On Friday, interim head coach Rich Bisaccia announced that the tight end will be doubtful for Sunday’s matchup against the Washington Football Team. Waller is a very important part of the offense so it’ll be a blow if he can’t end up playing. That said, the Raiders pulled off a win against the Cowboys last week despite Waller missing most of the game. The team also beat the Philadelphia Eagles earlier in the season in a game where the tight end didn’t even suit up. Obviously, the Raiders would much rather have him on the field if possible but it’s not a guaranteed loss...
    WASHINGTON (5-6) at LAS VEGAS (6-5) Sunday, 4:05 p.m. EST, Fox BETTING LINE: Raiders by 2 1/2, according to FanDuel SportsBook. AGAINST THE SPREAD: Washington 4-7; Las Vegas 5-6. SERIES RECORD: Raiders lead 8-6. LAST MEETING: Washington beat Raiders 27-10 on Sept. 24, 2017, at Landover, Maryland. LAST WEEK: Washington beat Seahawks 17-15; Raiders beat Cowboys 36-33, OT. WASHINGTON OFFENSE: OVERALL (19), RUSH (9), PASS (20), SCORING (20). WASHINGTON DEFENSE: OVERALL (18), RUSH (4), PASS (30), SCORING (25). RAIDERS OFFENSE: OVERALL (6), RUSH (27), PASS (2), SCORING (17). RAIDERS DEFENSE: OVERALL (21), RUSH (25), PASS (13), SCORING (30). TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Washington minus-4; Raiders 0. WASHINGTON PLAYER TO WATCH: The season-ending injury to veteran linebacker Jon Bostic already thrust first-round pick Jamin Davis into a bigger role than expected during his rookie year. A surprise foot injury to Landon Collins, who had been excelling in a hybrid linebacker/safety role, puts even more onus on Davis against the Raiders. RAIDERS PLAYER TO WATCH: WR DeSean Jackson made his biggest impact last week since joining the Raiders in midseason. Jackson caught a 56-yard...
    (CBS Denver) — The Kansas City Chiefs have returned to the top of the AFC West standings. They’re not the team that blew through opponents the last two seasons, but they are finding ways to beat the teams they should. Four straight wins have moved the Chiefs to 7-4. That’s one win ahead of the rest of the division. The Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders and Denver Broncos have all found their way to 6-5. Week 13 matchups could provide a little separation for the Chiefs. Or they could simply jumble the standings, without really changing much. The Chargers try to bounce back against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Raiders face the the Washington Football Team in a matchup of teams gaining late-season momentum. And the Broncos look to end the Chiefs’ winning streak. All four AFC West teams will be hoping for at least a share of the division lead. READ MORE: Pat McAfee Donates $2 Million Dollars To Plum AthleticsSportsLine‘s Larry Hartstein breaks down AFC West matchups in Week 13. All times listed are Eastern. Los Angeles Chargers...
    Getty NFL free agent DB Natrell Jamerson. The Las Vegas Raiders defense has seen a major boost this year thanks to defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. In his first year with the team, he’s turned the defense from one of the worst in the NFL to an average unit. The group still isn’t great, especially in run defense, but the pass defense has been solid. However, the defense remains a work in progress as the Raiders have given up over 30 points in three straight games after not allowing a single team to break 30 in the first eight games. The weakest area on the Raiders defense is likely the secondary. The group has faced injuries all year, which has made it difficult to be consistent. In an effort to possibly bring in more depth, the team brought in veteran safety Natrell Jamerson for a tryout. Raiders worked out Natrell Jamerson — Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) November 30, 2021 Jamerson originally came into the NFL as a fifth-round draft pick of the New Orleans Saints but never ended up playing...
    The Las Vegas Raiders beating the Dallas Cowboys 36-33 on Thanksgiving Day put up some outrageous TV ratings. According to a Tuesday report from The Hollywood Reporter, the Raiders earning a massive win over Dallas averaged 37.84 million viewers on CBS. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) That number makes it the most-watched Thanksgiving Day game since 1993.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Las Vegas Raiders (@raiders) Next time someone tries to convince you that the NFL is failing or that America isn’t in love with football, just pull up these stats for them. You don’t even really need to say a word because the numbers speak for themselves. It was the most-watched Thanksgiving football game since I was an incredibly young child.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Las Vegas Raiders (@raiders) Not only is the NFL not failing, business is absolutely booming when it comes to TV ratings. Even the Lions/Bears game earlier in the day averaged a staggering 26.75...
    Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill received a two-game suspension. Here is the reason why. The Dallas Cowboys had an eventful Thanksgiving Day game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Days removed from the 36-33 loss, a player on the Cowboys’ defense was handed a punishment by the NFL. And no, it was not for the involvement in that fight following a second-half punt. Dallas defensive lineman Trysten Hill was suspended two games without pay by the league for “violations of unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules” following a postgame altercation with Raiders offensive guard John Simpson. As you can see in the video below, courtesy of The Athletic’s Jon Machota, Hill approached Simpson and threw a punch at him once the game was over and the score was final. Cowboys DT Trysten Hill has been suspended two games by the NFL for this altercation after last week’s game against the Raiders https://t.co/hjVvHsi1ku — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 29, 2021 Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill was suspended two games Here is the letter and reasoning Hill received for his suspension from...
    Getty Trysten Hill with Cowboys teammates. Lost in the shuffle of Thanksgiving Day festivities was the fact that Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill attacked Las Vegas Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson after their matchup. When the game was over and the teams were shaking hands, Hill threw a punch at Simpson’s head that knocked his helmet off. The two men had to be separated. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported after the incident that Hill was not going to be suspended but could get fined. However, the NFL has decided to change course. The league released a statement announcing that Hill will be suspended for two games without pay for violating unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct rules. Official announcement of Trysten Hill’s two-game suspension, with explanation: pic.twitter.com/3VSiDRHHKg — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 29, 2021 NFL Vice President of Football Operations Jon Runyan explained his ruling on the matter: In a letter to Hill, Runyan wrote: ‘After the Las Vegas Raiders-Dallas Cowboys game on November 25, you engaged in conduct that this office considers unnecessary roughness and displays a...
    The NFL suspended Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill for two games Monday for confronting Las Vegas offensive lineman John Simpson and throwing a punch after the Raiders’ 36-33 overtime win on Thanksgiving. Hill, who was sidelined the first eight games of the season while recovering from a torn knee ligament last year, will miss Thursday night’s game at New Orleans and the Dec. 12 game at Washington. He can return Dec. 19 at the New York Giants, the last of three consecutive road games. NFL vice president of football operations Jon Runyan said in a letter to the Hill that the third-year player spent nearly a minute at midfield after the game looking for Simpson and walked the opposite direction from the Dallas locker room to confront the Raiders’ left guard. “You both engaged in a verbal chest-to-chest confrontation which you escalated by throwing an open hand punch to his facemask, forcible enough to cause your opponent’s helmet to come off,” Runyan wrote. The league said the suspension was for violations of rules regarding unnecessary roughness and unsportsmanlike conduct,...
    Getty Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy was left speechless in the wake of Thursday’s penalty-fest against the Las Vegas Raiders. By Friday, though, McCarthy had much to say about the controversial 36-33 overtime loss during which his team was flagged a franchise-record 14 times. And said it. “This game was totally off the trend line, as you can see as far as statistics. I’ve already talked to the league this morning, and I anticipate a second conversation, maybe this afternoon,” McCarthy revealed to reporters on November 26, via Michael Gehlken of the Dallas Morning News. One hundred and sixty-six penalty yards were assessed against the Cowboys in the thrilling Thanksgiving defeat, none more backbreaking than a 33-yard defensive interference charged to cornerback Anthony Brown in OT. The infraction — a judgment call — set up Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson’s 29-yard game-winning field goal. Anthony Brown's fourth DPI penalty of the game ????pic.twitter.com/ZnjmKUQwja — PFF (@PFF) November 26, 2021 With 28 accepted fouls between Dallas and Las Vegas, the Turkey Day affair became the...
    Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson played the hero in Las Vegas’ overtime win on Thanksgiving against the Dallas Cowboys, but he nearly didn't make it onto the field. Carlson told reporters after the game that he was dealing with food poisoning. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Las Vegas Raiders' Daniel Helm (86), place kicker Daniel Carlson (2) and Dallas Cowboys cornerback Nahshon Wright (25) watch Carlson's field goal attempt go through the uprights in the second half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021.  (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth) "I told them, ‘I’ll find a way to play. If I need to, I’ll find some adult diapers or whatever. I’ll find a trash bag on the sideline.’ It was good to go," Carlson said, via Pro Football Talk. The kicker had to deal with three consecutive penalties before he was even able to attempt the kick. ADVICE JON GRUDEN GAVE DEREK CARR THAT HELPED RAIDERS BEAT THE COWBOYS Las Vegas Raiders place kicker Daniel Carlson (2) is congratulated by Jermaine Eluemunor (72), AJ...
    The Las Vegas Raiders-Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving football game turned violent Thursday night with separate fights breaking out between not only the players, but also fans.  Several fights broke out at the NFL game, including two fights between Raiders and Cowboys players erupting with players wrestling each other to the ground, grabbing helmets and violently pushing one another.  The anger and violence spread to the stands, as well, with fans also throwing punches and attacking each other with hair pulling and brutal punches.  A bloody brawl broke out between players during the third quarter, ending with two ejections and a bloody referee.  Scroll down for video  Raiders safety Roderic Teamer and Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph were ejected with personal foul penalties after wrestling off the field in the third quarter  Several players from the opposing teams joined into the fight during the Thanksgiving game Field judge Tom Hill took it on the chin (literally) during the Cowboys/Raiders game and had to get a Band-Aid. pic.twitter.com/2aPVb6q6Cq— Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) November 26, 2021 A second fight between players broke out when Cowboys defensive...
    Getty Raiders OL John Simpson vs. Cowboys On a day for giving thanks, the Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders instead exchanged blows at AT&T Stadium. Literal blows. Caught on camera following Thursday’s 36-33 overtime thriller was a confrontation between Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill and Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson. Seemingly unprovoked, Hill struck the latter’s helmet during otherwise docile postgame festivities, igniting a brief skirmish near midfield. Cowboys DT Trysten Hill taking a swing at Raiders guard John Simpson after the game last night (Video: @espn) pic.twitter.com/Zp7Z8VhrFU — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 26, 2021 Hill, the team’s 2019 second-round pick, will not be suspended for throwing the punch at Simpson, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. But his unsportsmanlike actions leave him open to league discipline that includes a potential fine, Rapoport reported. Hill finished with five tackles (four solo) across 39 defensive snaps in a hot-blooded game that also featured a pair of ejections. Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph and Raiders safety Roderic Teamer were tossed in the third quarter after scuffling on a special teams...
    WOMEN were left covered in nachos after an ugly brawl broke out at the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving match against the Las Vegas Raiders. Footage appears to show a woman jumping over the food counter at AT&T stadium in Texas as she appears to be chasing down another female. 2Women were left covered in nachos after a brawl broke out at the Dallas Cowboys-Las Vegas Raiders match on ThanksgivingCredit: Twitter 2In the clip, the women were fighting and pulling hairCredit: Twitter Within seconds of hauling herself over the counter, she fell to the ground as the floor was covered in nachos and food boxes. Another woman then punched her in the face, knocking her blue baseball cap off. The women were brawling and pulling each other’s hair. It’s not known what caused the fight to break out. Spectators, who were inside the concourse at the time of the brawl, intervened as they tried to separate the parties. Cops told TMZ that they made several arrests for intoxication. It’s unclear if either of the women was taken into custody. Social media users...
    Derek Carr has been around the NFL long enough to know the mood and perception of a team can flip in an instant. Just a few days after looking as down as he ever has publicly after a loss in the NFL, Carr was in a much better frame of mind after his aggressive play helped lead the Las Vegas Raiders to a 36-33 overtime win over the Dallas Cowboys that snapped a three-game skid. “It is really hard when nobody likes you, nobody cares for you, nobody wants to text you before the game anymore, those kinds of things. Not saying it happens to me — maybe some people,” Carr said. “For us to battle through all that — we were up against a wall. There was no doubt about that. That’s just a fact, everyone can see that.” The Thanksgiving day win for the Raiders (6-5) kept them in the playoff hunt in the AFC after they were in danger of falling out of it after being held to 43 points in the three-game skid. The offense had...
    The Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders Thanksgiving matchup featured fights on the field and apparently fights off the field as well. A fan attending the game at AT&T Stadium captured a brawl between a female concession stand worker and a female Cowboys fan. Other bystanders then jumped into the mix to try and break up the fight. The concession stand worker jumped over the counter, slipped and then engaged the ticket holder. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Fans cheer during the fourth quarter of the NFL game between the Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Nov. 25, 2021, in Arlington, Texas.  (Tim Nwachukwu/Getty Images) Dallas Texas TV posted the video on Thursday. WARNING EXPLICIT LANGUAGE It’s unclear what exactly sparked the brouhaha. ADVICE JON GRUDEN GAVE DEREK CARR THAT HELPED RAIDERS BEAT THE COWBOYS It wasn’t the only action taking place at AT&T Stadium on Thursday night. Cowboys Kelvin Joseph and Trysten Hill got into separate scraps with Raiders players Roderic Teamer and John Simpson.  Trysten Hill of the Dallas...
    Getty Trysten Hill attempting to tackle Josh Jacobs. The Thanksgiving Day game between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Dallas Cowboys ended up being a chippy affair. There was a sizable brawl in the third quarter that Kelvin Joseph and Roderic Teamer started that led to both players being ejected. However, there was another notable scuffle that most fans missed. After the game was over and the two teams were shaking hands, Cowboys defensive lineman Trysten Hill was upset about something and took a swing at Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson. Oooooooh I Didn’t Know This Happened At The End Of The Game.???????????????????????????????????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/IZhbP6uNxT — JESSE (With No “i”) (@Mr4thAndLong) November 26, 2021 It’s unclear what prompted Hill to go after Simpson. It could’ve been due to frustration from the game as the two certainly battled throughout. The NFL doesn’t want players starting fights ever, especially when a game is already over. However, they are going to go easy on Hill. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the defensive lineman won’t be getting suspended, but a fine is...
    Some women at the Cowboys/Raiders game got in an insane melee Thursday. In a video tweeted by @OldRowSports, a woman came out from the concession stand, immediately fell after slipping and then proceeded to get her world rocked during the brawl. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) If you only watch one fight video today, I highly suggest you make it this one. It’s absolutely out of control. Cowboys fans not taking the loss well! pic.twitter.com/LqShuXX94N — Old Row Sports (@OldRowSports) November 26, 2021 If this isn’t proof that America is all the way back, I don’t know what is. In 2020 and parts of 2021, stadiums were kept empty because of the coronavirus pandemic, and that meant we were deprived of great fight videos. Now, stadiums are packed again and fans are trying to beat the living hell out of each. College Football Fans Get In An Absurd Brawl In Wild Video https://t.co/El0ZMzUiHR — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 24, 2021 Having said that, I truly don’t understand this situation. What could upset...
    Jon Gruden resigned from his job as the Las Vegas Raiders head coach seven weeks ago, but his advice was echoing in Derek Carr’s head during Thursday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. The Raiders, in the midst of a disappointing three-game losing skid, were locked in a passing battle with the Cowboys that would eventually see Carr throw for 373 yards while Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott threw for 375 yards. But it wasn’t the yardage Carr was thinking about, but rather being the aggressor and getting more points. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) celebrates after Marcus Mariota scored a touchdown on a run in the second half of an NFL football game against the Dallas Cowboys in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth) "One thing I’ve tried to do this year especially when [Henry Ruggs III] was here was I was going to try to be so aggressive," Carr said Thursday evening after the Raiders’ 36-33 overtime victory was in the books. "And it leads sometimes...
    Marred by a three-game losing streak, Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr ignored fans calling for him to be benched and turned to words of wisdom from his disgraced ex-coach Jon Gruden. Carr desperately needed a strong performance against the Dallas Cowboys on Thanksgiving, and he delivered, leading the Raiders to an overtime victory on the big stage. After the win, Carr told reporters he leaned on advice from his former coach. “Gruden used to tell me, ‘don’t ever take your arm out of a game,’ so when we call these things, let’s rip em,” Carr said, referring to the need to stay aggressive with their vertical game. Gruden and the Raiders parted ways last month, after leaked emails showed the head coach using racist, sexist and homophobic language between 2011 and 2018. Rich Bisaccia took over as head coach of the Raiders after Gruden’s unceremonious exit. But Carr listened to the old advice of his former coach on Thursday, the quarterback stayed aggressive and relied on his arm during a shootout with Cowboys star Dak Prescott, converting 24...
    Getty The Cowboys' Mike McCarthy vents to referees during the Cowboys' loss to the Raiders. The Dallas Cowboys fell to the Las Vegas Raiders in overtime on Thanksgiving Day. The Cowboys lost in overtime, 33-30, as Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson nailed a 29-yard game-winning field goal to hand Dallas their third straight loss against AFC West opponents. While that is certainly concerning enough in itself, the amount of penalties called during the game were even more concerning. The Cowboys were flagged for 14 penalties for 166 total yards. But none was more controversial than cornerback Anthony Brown’s fourth penalty — the last occurring on a 3rd-and-18 conversion by the Raiders. The 33-yard penalty automatically gave the Raiders the ball on the Cowboys’ 24-yard-line. This one decided it. Four pass interference calls against Anthony Brown today pic.twitter.com/FoJO5ks1b9 — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 26, 2021 Needless to say, media and fans had a field day with the game, which had 28 accepted penalties for 276 total yards. Cowboys staff writer Nick Eatman ripped the game by calling it the “most...
    Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill got into an incident with Las Vegas Raiders offensive lineman John Simpson after their Thanksgiving game. Cowboys and Raiders players were talking with each other after the Raiders’ overtime victory. As the camera focused on kicker Daniel Carlson eating his turkey leg, an ESPN segment captured Hill punching Simpson in the face. The two teams then skirmished in the middle of the field before getting sent off. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Trysten Hill of the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Oct. 20, 2019, in Arlington, Texas. (Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images) It was the second fight to happen between the teams Thursday. With about 13 minutes left in the quarter and the Raiders up 17-13, Las Vegas punter A.J. Cole booted the ball down the field and out of bounds. The play seemed to be over but Raiders safety Roderic Teamer and Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph started to fight each other after the whistle. Offensive guard John Simpson of the Las Vegas Raiders during the NFL game at Allegiant...
    The Dallas Cowboys lost a close game to the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving in a matchup that was overshadowed by the number of penalties that were assessed. Between both teams, there were 28 accepted penalties. Both teams were penalized 14 times. Dallas was hit for 166 yards while the Raiders were hit for 110 yards. Cowboys players were a bit confused over why there were so many flags thrown during the game. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy watches play against the Las Vegas Raiders in the first half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins) Among those complaining was Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who described the game as "throw-up ball" as the Raiders were launching the ball deep hoping for a defensive back to cause a penalty. Las Vegas got its wish as cornerback Anthony Brown was penalized four times for pass interference for a total of 91 yards. "I call it ‘throw-up ball.’ This will arguably be the most-watched game...
    Getty Dak Prescott had a message for those doubting the Cowboys. After the Dallas Cowboys’ disappointing loss to the Las Vegas Raiders, Dak Prescott threw a bit of shade at “bandwagon” fans. Prescott addressed the idea twice during his postgame media session, admitting that “a bunch of people are jumping off the bandwagon.” The Cowboys quarterback was one of several players to discuss the officials after the team’s loss to the Raiders. Both teams were penalized 14 times, but the Cowboys’ infractions amounted for 166 yards compared to the Raiders’ 110 yards. Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown was flagged for a critical pass interference penalty that put the Raiders in field goal territory. Prescott emphasized that the Cowboys need to be able to “keep the officials out of the game.” “We’ve got to get back to believing in the basics and just playing fundamental football and being smarter,” Prescott explained during his postgame press conference. “Being smart, as I said, being able to keep the officials out of the game, playing complimentary football, scoring touchdowns when the defense...
    (CNN)Daniel Carlson kicked a 29-yard field goal in overtime to condemn the Dallas Cowboys to a heartbreaking home 36-33 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving. In what was a penalty-ridden NFL game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, a pass interference called on Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown kept the Raiders drive alive in overtime with the scores knotted up. The penalty allowed Las Vegas quarterback Derek Carr to set his team up within manageable field goal range to claim a famous victory, and Carlson duly converted his fifth field goal of the game. The win ends a three-game losing streak for the Raiders and is their first Thanksgiving victory since 1968. It is a crushing defeat for the Cowboys who have Super Bowl aspirations this season. Read MoreAfter the game, as is Thanksgiving NFL tradition, a player from the winning team celebrates in style -- taking a bite out of a turkey leg. And this time it was Carlson's turn after his clutch kick. "Every win's important. We've been working really hard," Carlson said afterwards. "It's tough when...
    FOX Sports’ Skip Bayless posted a bizarre video on Twitter after the Dallas Cowboys lost to the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving. It was not a great Thanksgiving for Dallas Cowboys fans. Even though they forced overtime against the Las Vegas Raiders, the Cowboys lost following a costly pass interference by Anthony Brown that set up the game-winning field goal by Daniel Carlson. FOX Sports’ Undisputed host and diehard Cowboys fan Skip Bayless took to Twitter and posted a bizarre video of his reaction following the loss. .@RealSkipBayless reacts to the Cowboys loss on Thanksgiving to the Raiders… pic.twitter.com/dx87RQ0qPp — UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) November 26, 2021 Skip Bayless, Shannon Sharpe react to Cowboys Thanksgiving loss to Raiders The only thing we can really say here is that Bayless was speechless following Dallas’ defeat. In case you were wondering, yes, Bayless’ “Undisputed” co-host Shannon Sharpe reacted to the game as well. You can check out his thoughts in the video he tweeted out below: Sorry kids, but I had to do it ????????????#HowBoutThemCowboys #HappyThanksgiving #ClubShayShay #HotLs #LePortierCognac pic.twitter.com/4KTxbU51Df — shannon sharpe (@ShannonSharpe)...
    Getty Jerry and Stephen Jones with Mark Davis. From a penalty standpoint, the matchup between the Las Vegas Raiders and Dallas Cowboys was one of the ugliest games of the year. There were a total of 28 penalties called in the game – 14 by each team. Penalties were a major factor at each stage of the game, including in overtime when Cowboys cornerback Anthony Brown was called for pass interference that put the Raiders in field goal range. The team ended up hitting the game-winning field goal on that drive. It was certainly a game where the referees inserted themselves as a major factor regarding the final outcome. Despite the fact that each team was penalized 14 times, the Cowboys were quick to blame officiating for the 36-33 loss. Dallas owner Jerry Jones came out immediately after the game and called out the referees. “This will arguably be the most-watched game other than the Super Bowl,” Jones said, via Jon Machota. “I hate that it got down to just throwing the ball up and getting the penalties...
    Getty Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy The biggest star at AT&T Stadium this Thanksgiving was not Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott or Las Vegas Raiders counterpart Derek Carr or even halftime performer Luke Combs. It was Shawn Hochuli, son of legendary NFL referee Ed Hochuli, who garnered the most television time inside Jerry World, much to the chagrin of the home team. Hochuli announced 28 accepted penalties amid Dallas’ 36-33 overtime loss to Las Vegas on Thursday — an unfathomable 14 for each side. “Twenty-eight penalties, I don’t know what the hell you want me to say,” Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy uttered after the game, via NFL Network’s Jane Slater. McCarthy’s squad suffered its third defeat over the last four weeks, and did so in the sloppiest fashion imaginable. The Cowboys were called for 166 yards on 14 infractions, including consecutive neutral-zone infractions on the Raiders’ game-winning field goal attempt. The most in the franchise’s 61-year history. “We thought it might come down to a (bad-call) penalty,” McCarthy said of the affair versus Vegas, via Mike Fisher of...
    Getty Las Vegas Raiders TE Darren Waller. The Las Vegas Raiders are back in the win column with a gutsy win over the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday Night Football. Fresh off a three-game losing streak, not many people expected them to pull off the win. It took some drama and overtime to make it happen but the Raiders are winners and back over .500 with a 6-5 record. However, it wasn’t all good news for the team as star tight end Darren Waller was forced out of the game in the second quarter with a knee injury. He tried to return to the game before the end of the first half but came out in street clothes when the third quarter started and was ruled out. The Raiders didn’t have anything to say about the extent of the injury after the game so fans are left to speculate. Dr. David J. Chao had a chance to take a look at the play in which Waller was injured. The TV broadcast said that Waller had a bone bruise. That...
    Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was not happy with how the referees called their Thanksgiving game against the Las Vegas Raiders. The Dallas Cowboys played in probably one of the best Thanksgiving games in recent memory. They forced overtime against the Las Vegas Raiders while trailing the entire game, but they fell by the score of 36-33 on a game-winning field goal by Daniel Carlson. But one thing that did take away from the game was the amount of penalties called in the game by the officials. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was not too fond of how the game was called, and said that the Raiders took advantage of the situation, which he called “throw up ball.” As in, throw up the ball and get the penalty. Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is not pleased with the way today’s Cowboys vs. Raiders game was officiated: “(The Raiders) took advantage of the situation. I call it ‘Throw up ball.’” pic.twitter.com/trMKgyfBw2 — Jon Machota (@jonmachota) November 26, 2021 Jerry Jones, Micah Parsons take aim at officiating in Cowboys-Raiders game Tell us how you...
    Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders players broke out into a massive brawl in the third quarter of their Thanksgiving matchup. With about 13 minutes left in the quarter and the Raiders up 17-13, Las Vegas punter A.J. Cole booted the ball down the field and out of bounds. The play seemed to be over but then Raiders safety Roderic Teamer and Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph started to fight each other after the whistle. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Dallas Cowboys cornerback Kelvin Joseph leaves the field after being ejected following a fight that included Joseph and Las Vegas Raiders' Roderic Teamer in the second half of an NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, Thursday, Nov. 25, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth) The players rolled with each other toward the stands when special teams players from both teams started to push and shove each other more as they were trying to break up the skirmish. The fight didn’t go into the stands but it appeared at least one player got a full hand of the opposing...
    The Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders threw hands in the second half of their Thanksgiving Day game. If you were looking for some excitement to fight off a post-Thanksgiving meal nap, the Dallas Cowboys and Las Vegas Raiders had you covered. In the second half, the Raiders punted the ball to the Cowboys, which fell out of bounds. But all attention was on Kelvin Joseph and Roderic Teamer, who were grabbing and throwing each other on the sidelines. Then, hands were thrown and a skirmish ensued. A FIGHT BREAKS OUT IN THE RAIDERS-COWBOYS GAME!!! PUNCHES THROWN!!#RaiderNation  #Raiders #Cowboys #DallasCowboys  #NFL  #HappyThanksgiving pic.twitter.com/jKHpn0pV79 — Mr Matthew F1 (@NotMrMatthewF1) November 25, 2021 Raiders, Cowboys get into a Thanksgiving Day fight At the conclusion of the fight, a referee actually had a bloody chin during his attempts to break up the fight. Both Joseph and Teamer were both disqualified for the remainder of the game.
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    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dallas Cowboys receiver CeeDee Lamb is out against the Las Vegas Raiders on Thanksgiving with a concussion, and left tackle Tyron Smith is returning after missing three games with an ankle injury. Lamb practiced the day before Thursday’s game in an effort to get cleared to play, but the clearance didn’t come. The second-year player sustained the concussion just before halftime in Sunday’s 19-9 loss to Kansas City. The absence of Lamb leaves the Cowboys without their top two receivers. Amari Cooper is missing his second consecutive game after testing positive for COVID-19. Cooper isn’t vaccinated, and the short week after the loss to the Chiefs cost him the second game because of the NFL’s protocols. Smith hurt the ankle in a victory over Minnesota on Oct. 31, and the Cowboys lost twice without him in the two worst offensive performances of the season for Dallas. Las Vegas left guard John Simpson is active after being listed as questionable with an oblique injury, and running back Jalen Richard (ribs) was cleared for a full practice...