Sport Raiders vs. Bengals live score, updates, highlights from NFL wild-card playoff game

00:53  16 january  2022
00:53  16 january  2022 Source:   sportingnews.com

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The Bengals will host the Raiders in the NFL's first wild-card game in 2022.

Cincinnati clinched the No. 1 seed in the NFC after the team defeated the Chiefs 34-31 in Week 17. Joe Burrow was benched the following week, during the Bengals' 21-16 loss to the Browns, and got some extra time to prepare for his first playoff game. Meanwhile, Derek Carr is coming off a wild 35-32 overtime win against the Chargers that granted Las Vegas the No. 7 seed in the playoffs.

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Carr will also be making his first playoff start after missing the 2016 postseason with a broken fibula. A win in Cincinnati will mark the Raiders' first playoff win since 2002. Meanwhile, the Bengals will attempt to earn their first playoff win since 1991. The Bengals are favored by 5.5 point favorites to win and end the team's 31-year drought, according to FanDuel.

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While both quarterbacks are making their playoff debut, several key players will make their first postseason appearances. Bengals rookie wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase is expected to light up the Bengals' offense since he broke the league's record for most receiving yards by a rookie during the win against the Chiefs. Raiders running back Josh Jacobs, who rushed for 132 yards and scored a touchdown during the win against the Chargers, will also make his first playoff appearance.

Sporting News is tracking live scoring updates and highlights from Bengals vs. Raiders on Saturday. Follow below for complete results from the NFL's first wild-card game.

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Raiders vs. Bengals score

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 F
Bengals 10 3 - - -
Raiders 3 0 - - -

Raiders vs. Bengals live updates, highlights from NFL playoffs

All times Eastern.

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5:19 p.m.: FIELD GOL BENGALS. McPherson makes a 30-yard attempt to keep the Bengals ahead 13-3.

5:16 p.m.: Burrow connects with Chase for 28 yards and gives the Bengals a fresh set of downs at the 6.

5:12 p.m.: Carr is sacked by Hubbard in the end zone for a loss of 7 yards. Cole punts and Taylor returns for 15 yards to the Las Vegas 45.

First Quarter: Bengals 10, Raiders 3

5:05 p.m.: FIELD GOAL BENGALS. McPherson makes a 31-yard attempt and keeps the Bengals on top 10-3.

5:00 p.m.: FUMBLE, RAIDERS. Hendrickson sacks Carr for a loss of 9 yards and strips the ball loose. Ogunjobi recovers and gives the Bengals a first down at the Las Vegas 15.

4:55 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN BENGALS. Burrow connects with Uzomah for 7 yards and scores the first playoff touchdown. Bengals lead 7-3 with 4:43 remaining in the first.

4:52 p.m.: Burrow connects with Mixon for 21 yards and positions the Bengals at the Las Vegas 10.

4:50 p.m.: Burrow completes to Chase for 11 yards, then completes another pass to Chase on second down for 17 yards.

4:45 p.m.: FIELD GOAL RAIDERS. Carlson makes a 47-yard attempt that puts the Raiders on the board.

4:42 p.m.: Hilton makes a stop on third down that forces the Raiders to attempt a field goal.

4:35 p.m.: Carr completes to Jones, who picks up a first down at midfield for 17 yards.

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4:30 p.m.: Bengals win the coin toss and defers. Raiders will start with the ball on the kickoff.

Raiders vs. Bengals start time

  • Date: Saturday, Jan. 15
  • Time: 4:30 p.m. ET, 1:30 p.m. PT

Saturday’s game between the Bengals and Raiders will kick off at 4:30 p.m. ET from Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is projected to be 23 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday afternoon with wind gusts of 17 miles per hour.

This will be the first game of six Wild Card contests to open the NFL playoffs. Since the league expanded its postseason to 14 teams, 12 have to play in the first round. The Packers (NFC) and Titans (AFC) received first-round byes.

What channel is Raiders vs. Bengals on today?

  • TV channel (national): NBC
  • TV channel (Cincinnati): WLWT
  • TV channel (Las Vegas): KSNV
  • Live stream: NBCSports.com, NBC Sports App, fuboTV

The Bengals vs. Raiders game will be broadcast nationally on NBC. Play-by-play host Mike Tirico will be on the call with former All-Pro quarterback Drew Brees.

You can stream the game live via NBC Sports or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

In Canada, viewers can watch Raiders vs. Bengals with a subscription to DAZN, which includes every NFL game.

NFL playoff schedule: Wild Card round

Saturday, Jan. 9

Matchup Start time TV channel
Raiders at Bengals 4:30 p.m. ET NBC
Patriots at Bills 8:15 p.m. ET CBS

Sunday, Jan. 10

Matchup Start time TV channel
Eagles at Buccaneers 1 p.m. ET FOX
49ers at Cowboys 4:30 p.m. ET CBS
Steelers at Chiefs 8:15 p.m. ET NBC

Monday, Jan. 11

Matchup Start time TV channel
Cardinals at Rams 8:15 p.m. ET ABC, ESPN, ESPN2

Chiefs vs. Steelers live score, updates: Highlights, results from NFL playoff Wild Card game tonight .
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