Raiders take advantage of Cowboys on field goal in Thanksgiving thriller

Raiders take advantage of Cowboys on field goal in Thanksgiving thriller ...

Two of the first three games, the Las Vegas Raiders continued their game losing streak with 33 victories on Thursday - at Arlington, Texas.

Vegas (6-5) nabbed the crucial victory. Carlson kicked five field goals and Derek Carr completed 24 of 39 passes for 373 yards and one touchdown.

A TD was caught in the path of Josh Jacobs (87 rushing yards) and Marcus Mariota ran for touchdowns, DeSean Jackson (102 yards) received a TD and Hunter Renfrow established career highs for eight receptions and 134 yards.

The Cowboys have lost 3 of their last four games without losing three of their last four games. Ezekiel Elliott grabbed a rebound, Dalton Schultz and Sean McKeon had a touchdown reception and Tony Pollard scored a kick for Dallas.

Carlson kicked a career-long 56-yard field goal to give the Raiders a 33-30 lead with 1:52 remaining in regulation before Greg Zuerlein put a double-send 45-yard field goal for Dallas with 19 seconds remaining to play.

The Cowboys rounded off the goal to 30 at the same time that Prescott took a 32-yard pass to Schultz and the pair combined to force a two-point conversion with a second-card conversion.

As in their absences, Michael Gallup and Cedrick Wilson stepped up 5 catches, 106 yards, and 27 receptions, 104 yards.

The Raiders lost playmate Darren Waller early in the second quarter.

Las Vegas outgained Dallas 509 to 437 in a game with 28 penalties for 276 yards. The Cowboys dinged for 166 yards and the Raiders for 110 yards.

Mariota scored a three-yard run to give Las Vegas a 24-13 lead with 7:13 remaining in the third quarter.

While Pollard returned his kickoff from 100 yards for a touchdown, Dallas did not lead the way by five.

Carlson kicked a 46-yard field goal to halt Las Vegas' 27-19 lead with 3:28 left in the third. Zuerlein was successful from 29 yards to pull Dallas back within five with 12 minutes left in the second.

Carlson struck a 30-yard field goal with 8:21 left to keep it 30-22.

The Raiders take the lead early when Carr teamed with Jackson on a 56-yard scoring play. Dallas answered on the next possession with Prescott's 10-yard touchdown pass to McKeon. Zuerlein was wide left with the extra point.

The Raiders drilled a two-yard field goal to lead the Raiders to an 11-point advantage with 8:43 left in the quarter. Carlson kicked a 22-yard field goal before Elliott capped the victory with a swindling 20 seconds left in the quarter.

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