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The Los Angeles Raiders’ 38-6 win over Washington in Super Bowl XVIII remains the only Super Bowl win by a L.A. based team SU or ATS in the Super Bowl.

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Vikings vs. Raiders: NFL preseason game live streaming options, kick-off time

Vikings vs. Raiders: NFL preseason game live streaming options, kick-off time

The Vikings and Raiders are playing in the NFL preseason on August 14, 2022 at 4:25 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on NFL Network. If you don't have pay TV or a working antenna, you'll need to stream the game. NFL+ streaming service is probably the best option for those who don’t have a subscription.

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Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas Raiders Preseason: Television, radio, streaming

Minnesota Vikings at Las Vegas Raiders Preseason: Television, radio, streaming

Minnesota Vikings take on Las Vegas Raiders in the first of three preseason games on Sunday afternoon. The game will be broadcast on TV, radio and streaming.

Aug 13dailynorseman.com
NFL Preseason odds: Vikings-Raiders prediction, odds, and pick

NFL Preseason odds: Vikings-Raiders prediction, odds, and pick

Minnesota Vikings and Las Vegas Raiders are playing each other in the preseason. The game is a rematch of Super Bowl XI. Kevin O'Connell will be the first-year coach for the Vikings. Las Nevada has a new head coach, Josh McDaniels, who helped them clinch a playoff berth last season.

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Vikings vs. Raiders Week 1 preseason picks and odds: Fade Minnesota without Kirk Cousins

Vikings vs. Raiders Week 1 preseason picks and odds: Fade Minnesota without Kirk Cousins

Minnesota Vikings and Las Vegas Raiders play in the lone NFL preseason game on Sunday.

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Josh McDaniels takes you inside Las Vegas Raiders camp

Josh McDaniels takes you inside Las Vegas Raiders camp

The Las Vegas Raiders conclude week three of training camp by hosting the Minnesota Vikings at Allegiant Stadium on Sunday. Josh McDaniels took the time to take you inside the trainingcamp.

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Proposed Trade Has Raiders Landing Cowboys DL Trysten Hill

Proposed Trade Has Raiders Landing Cowboys DL Trysten Hill

The Las Vegas Raiders added many defensive tackles during the offseason and the draft. Now that training camp is in full gear, the team might still need to address the position. Johnathan Hankins and Bilal Nichols are injured and they can't practice. The rest of the defensive line doesn't provide much pass rushing ability.

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2022 NFL Preseason Vikings vs. Raiders line, odds: Minnesota expert reveals picks for Sunday's game

2022 NFL Preseason Vikings vs. Raiders line, odds: Minnesota expert reveals picks for Sunday's game

Minnesota Vikings and Las Vegas Raiders meet in the preseason on Sunday at 4:25 p.m. ET. It's the first time the teams have met since 2015. Las Vega is a four-point favorite. The Over-Under for total points scored is 33.5. SportsLine's No. 1 NFL expert, R.J. White, has gone 445-378-24 on his NFL picks from 2017-21. He's also gone 41- 21-3 on 65 bets involving the Vikings.

Aug 13sportsline.com
Vikings vs Raiders Odds, Picks and Predictions

Vikings vs Raiders Odds, Picks and Predictions

The Vikings and the Raiders are playing each other in Las Vegas this Sunday. It's the first time Kevin O'Connell will be an NFL Head Coach. Vegas has already won two games this season.

Aug 13covers.com
Vikings Game Sunday: Vikings vs. Raiders odds and prediction for Week 1 preseason matchup

Vikings Game Sunday: Vikings vs. Raiders odds and prediction for Week 1 preseason matchup

The Minnesota Vikings are playing their first preseason game without Mike Zimmer as their head coach. Kevin O'Connell will be the new head Coach. Kirk Cousins won't make the trip to Las Vegas. The Vikings will play a 3-4 base defensive scheme.  The Vikings have not won a game in the preseason since 2013.

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Las Vegas Raiders Game Schedule 2022: (30 games)

Sunday, 29 Aug: Las Vegas Raiders vs San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium

Sunday, 26 Sep: Miami Dolphins vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 07 Nov: Las Vegas Raiders vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Thursday, 25 Nov: Las Vegas Raiders vs Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: Las Vegas Raiders vs Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium

Saturday, 14 Aug: Seattle Seahawks vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Monday, 13 Sep: Baltimore Ravens vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 10 Oct: Chicago Bears vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 24 Oct: Philadelphia Eagles vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 14 Nov: Kansas City Chiefs vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 21 Nov: Cincinnati Bengals vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 05 Dec: Washington Football Team vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Saturday, 18 Dec: Las Vegas Raiders vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Saturday, 15 Jan: Las Vegas Raiders vs Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium

Sunday, 11 Sep: Las Vegas Raiders vs Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 18 Sep: Arizona Cardinals vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 25 Sep: Las Vegas Raiders vs Tennessee Titans at Nissan Stadium

Sunday, 02 Oct: Denver Broncos vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Monday, 10 Oct: Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Saturday, 22 Oct: Houston Texans vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 30 Oct: Las Vegas Raiders vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 06 Nov: Las Vegas Raiders vs Jacksonville Jaguars at TIAA Bank Field

Sunday, 13 Nov: Indianapolis Colts vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Sunday, 20 Nov: Las Vegas Raiders vs Denver Broncos at Empower Field at Mile High

Sunday, 27 Nov: Las Vegas Raiders vs Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field

Sunday, 04 Dec: Los Angeles Chargers vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Thursday, 08 Dec: Las Vegas Raiders vs Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 18 Dec: New England Patriots vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

Saturday, 24 Dec: Las Vegas Raiders vs Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field

Sunday, 01 Jan: San Francisco 49ers vs Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium

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Las Vegas Raiders

Yes, NFLbets knows that relocation of a franchise is always sad news, particularly in cases of a historically solid fanbase, but doesn’t “Las Vegas Raiders” just sound cool, with the assonance and all? Plus, what other town is more appropriately glitzy-yet-rowdy enough to hold the Raiders? (I mean, besides Los Angeles.)

Here’s to thinking that Las Vegas is also particularly well-equipped to host a controversy magnet like the Raiders. In fact, would-be Las Vegas Raiders fans should *hope* their new(ish) team is such a magnet, because the entire history of the franchise has demonstrated just two modes of existence: controversial and irrelevant.

Naturally, the Oakland Raiders were born as part of the most successful rogue football league of all-time. As one of the inaugural eight teams in the AFL in 1960, the Raiders were (you guessed it) completely irrelevant over their first three years, going a cumulative 9-33. The hiring of a head coach named Al Davis for the ’63 season didn’t exactly turn things around, but once Davis moved into the front office and started doing the hiring (not to mention ascending to the AFL presidency in time for the AFL/NFL merger), things in the burgeoning Raider Nation started looking up.

John Rauch was Raiders head coach for just three seasons but during his brief while on the sidelines brought over Daryle Lamonica from the Buffalo Bills, drafted/signed Fred Biletnikoff and got the team into Super Bowl II. The team’s season ended the following year with a loss to the upstart New York Jets in the “Heidi Game”; Rauch had grown weary of Davis’s interference and so took the head coaching job in Buffalo. And this, of course, paved the way … for Madden.

John Madden was promoted from linebackers coach to head coach in Rauch’s wake and, before he’d leave the Raiders 10 years later for color commentary and video game divinity, compiled a best-ever 103-32-7 mark. Eight Madden-coach Raiders teams made the playoffs, seven times after winning the AFC West. And Madden’s Raiders may also boast one of the greatest-ever single seasons in NFL history, namely that of the 16-1, Super Bowl XI-winning 1976 squad. Tom Flores later took many of Madden’s chosen players and plugged in redemption story QB Jim Plunkett to win Super Bowl XI.

And although Flores got the Raiders through a subsequent rebuild and back to winning in one season, the biggest news surrounding the team involved now-owner Davis’s legal tussles with league officials and franchise owners. Even during the Super Bowl run, Davis and his legal team were working on the dreaded anti-trust suit he’d brought against the NFL after the league helped block his effort to move the Raiders to Los Angeles. Though Davis ultimately lost the anti-trust case, by 1982 his franchise was based in L.A. anyway and the City of Angels was digging on its first Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl XVIII.

Perhaps the karmic police silently started taking paybacks. From the outside, it appeared a combination of counterproductive “help” from Davis plus a string of lame head coaches (Art Shell, Mike White and Joe “24-56 career” Bugel, none of whom coached again after leaving the Raiders) were the cause of 12 seasons with just three playoff appearances. In ’95, the Raiders returned to their original home and few outside the Bay Area even noticed.

Jon “Chucky” Gruden brought some life back into the team with his boundless energy, ballsy play-calling and generally psychotic demeanor. In his third season as coach, his 12-4 team advanced to the AFC Championship game, only to lose in the “Tuck Rule” game. Apparent difficulties between Gruden and – stop us if you’ve heard this before – Davis led to Gruden getting traded (!) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, followed by Chucky’s new team stomping his old one in Super Bowl XXXVII.

This was in turn followed by an even longer string – 15 seasons – of incompetent to comatose coaches which included one anomalous 12-4 season. Another move, to Las Vegas in 2020, is planned and this time was given the consent of an NFL apparently ready to eschew the Bay Area along with St. Louis. And perhaps due to desperation and/or willingness to tank for a few seasons more, the late Davis’s son Mark has dusty off ol’ Chucky, mercifully taking him out of the ESPN Monday Night Football rotation.

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