Minnesota Vikings Vs Las Vegas Raiders Live Stream, Score Online, Prediction, TV Channel

 Minnesota Vikings Vs Las Vegas Raiders Live Stream, Score Online, Prediction, TV Channel


 Minnesota Vikings Vs Las Vegas Raiders Live Stream, Score Online, Prediction, TV Channel

NFL Preseason Week 1

Game: Minnesota Vikings Vs Las Vegas Raiders
Date: August 14th, 2022
Kick-off start time: 4:25 pm ET.
Location: Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas, NV
Tickets: as low as $48
TV channel: NFL.

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In a few moments, we will share the latest information on the Vikings vs Raiders, in addition to the events that arise from Allegiant Stadium. Do not miss any details of the match minute by minute and live online from VAVEL.

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8:57 PM8 hours ago

Derek Carr, is a must-see player!

The Las Vegas quarterback faces a new season with the aim of maintaining his great performance, last season was the best for him and his numbers show it with 4,804 yards on offense, 23 touchdown passes, and 14 intersections. The team entered as one of the wildcard participants but failed to advance to the next round. Derek Carr’s goal is for the team to improve in all offensive aspects and try to improve all their numbers from last season so that Las Vegas can go much further.

How do the Raiders get here?

The Las Vegas team continues its path in the preseason, after getting its first victory against the Jaguars by a score of 27-11. They finished last season in second place in the American Conference West with a record of 10 wins and 7 losses. With this, the Raiders qualified for the Wildcards round where they were eliminated by the Bengals with a score of 26 to 19. The objective of this campaign is to fight the Chiefs for the direct ticket to the divisional round and to be able to compete for a spot in Superbowl LVII. Dereck Carr, Josh Jacobs, and Hunter Renfrow will be in charge of making the Raiders’ offense one of the deadliest and they will rely heavily on the work of Yannick Ngakoue and Denzel Perryman to avoid taking points against.

8:47 PM8 hours ago

Kirk Cousins is a must-see player!

The Vikings quarterback begins a new season, after having had a very successful 2021, which culminated with 4,221 yards on offense, 33 touchdown passes, and 7 interceptions. With these numbers, Cousins was considered for the 2022 ProBowl and made his team one of the most interesting to watch. However, the Vikings’ great offense was overshadowed by the team’s poor defense, which despite having the ninth-best quarterback of the season, they failed to get into the postseason. The quarterback’s connection to Dalvin Cook and Justin Jefferson will be critical to having a good year.

How do the Vikings arrive?

The Minnesota team did not have the best of seasons, this one was mostly negative despite finishing second in the NFC North with a negative record of 8 wins and 9 losses. The team was alternating between victories and defeats very often in the season, when it seemed that they came out of the losing streak, they fell again. The team’s problem was focused on the defense, this was one of the worst, averaging 24 points per game, meaning that despite the great offense they had, the team received somersaults and lost in the final moments or in extra time. The defense this season will be handled by Eric Kendricks, Anthony Barr, and DJ Wonnum, so it is expected to be a better year.

8:37 PM8 hours ago

Where’s the game?

The Allegiant Stadium located in the city of Kansas City will host this duel between two teams that seek to advance to the final of the American Conference. This stadium has a capacity of 65,000 fans and was inaugurated in 2020.


Good day to all VAVEL readers! Welcome to the live broadcast of the game between Minnesota Vikings vs. Las Vegas Raiders, corresponding to the duel of Week 1 of the 2022 NFL Preseason. The match will take place at Allegiant Stadium at 4:25 p.m.

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