The Las Vegas Raiders and Miami Dolphins battle it out at Hard Rock Stadium, and it was Tua Tagovailoa and Co. that jumped out to a 14-13 halftime lead.
Tagovailoa threw for two touchdowns on Miami’s first four possessions, hitting Tyreek Hill for a 38-yard score in the first quarter, then Salvon Ahmed for an 11-yard score late in the second quarter. Aidan O’Connell had a nice touchdown throw as well, hitting Davante Adams deep down the field for a 46-yard score late in the first quarter. The Raiders’ defense was active, forcing two fumbles that led to two field goals in the first two quarters.
Devon Atchani, who returned to the field today after coming off injured reserve, suffered a knee injury in the first quarter and is questionable to return. Hill suffered a hand injury that forced him out briefly, but he has since returned to the game.
The Dolphins have dominated at home this season, going 4-0 and averaging 43.5 points per game and 516 yards of total offense per contest in home games. Will the Raiders find a way to pull off an upset win for their third straight win? Or will the Dolphins roll in Miami? Follow along in the live blog below, as we break down this matchup as it happens.
How to watch
when: Sunday 19 November | 1 p.m. ET
where: Hard Rock Stadium (Miami Gardens, Florida)
television: CBS | Live broadcast: Paramount+ (click here)
He follows: CBS Sports app
Prospect: Dolphins -14, O/U 46 (via Caesars Sportsbook)