To relieve Tua Tagovailoa’s burden, Miami Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick miraculously completed a 26-25 victory over the Las Vegas Raiders on Saturday night.
The offline games played three games on Saturday in the NFL. In other games, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Detroit Lions 47-7 to win their first playoff spot since 2007, while the San Francisco 49ers beat the Arizona Cardinals with a 20-12 victory. The team’s playoff opportunities.
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After the Dolphins tied the game with a score of 16:16 and 4:01 and ended Fitzpatrick’s first goal, the Raiders went from Derek Carr to Nelson with a score of 3:37. Nelson Agholor scored an 85-yard touchdown pass.
But Daniel Carlson missed the extra points to leave Las Vegas with a six-point lead. Carlson (Carlson) entered the game with 125 points to get the AFC scoring lead, and in 2020 to obtain 42 extra points attempts to make a mistake.
The Dolphins took advantage of 2:55 to seize the missed opportunity, defeating Myles Gaskin on Fitzpatrick’s 59-yard touchdown pass and scored extra points.
Despite Carlson’s previous PAT miss, the 49-yard defensive pass interference penalty allowed the Raiders to regain their position, and Las Vegas tried to race against time for the actual goal.
Running Josh Jacobs seemed to have missed two chances to enter the end zone, quarterback Derek Carr quickly bent his knees at the Miami 1-yard line. Carlson converted a 22-yard field goal to give the Raiders a 25-second lead by 25 seconds, with a play time of 19 seconds.
In the first moment after the Dolphins scored a goal, Fitzpatrick completed a 34-yard pass to Mark Hollins, despite the fact that Las Vegas defender Arden Key was distorted by his mask. The head of the shooting guard.
Passes and penalty kicks brought Miami into the Las Vegas 26-yard line, and Jason Sanders scored a second on a 44-yard field goal.
Tagovailoa (Tagovailoa) passed 17 goals in 22 yards, passed 94 yards, a touchdown, no interceptions, and ran 3 consecutive 11 yards before handing over to Fitzpatrick.
Fitzpatrick started the first six games of the season, after which the Dolphins switched to Tachovailoa, who joined the first round of the NFL draft from Alabama on April 23. .
In the post-match press conference, the Dolphins coach Brian Flores said that Tagovailoa will be Miami’s match against Buffalo Bills in the regular season finals. The starting quarterback.
Eight other players from Alabama high school and college played in the Miami-Las Vegas game:
Raiders shooter Daniel Carlson (Oban) created four career-high field goals, connecting from 23 yards, 38 yards, 20 yards and 22 yards, and scored 2-1 on PATS.
· Dolphin guard Chandler Cox (Auburn) was designated as invalid on match day.
Raekwon Davis (Alabama) started snatching the nose for the dolphins. Davis made two tackles and hit the quarterback.
· Rodney Hudson (BC Rain) starts at the center of the strategy.
Dolphin guard Noah Igbinoghene (Auburn, Hewitt Trussville, Auburn) fouled the Special Team. Igbinoghene was also Miami’s kick-off returner, but Carlson made seven replacements in seven kick-offs.
· Josh Jacobs (Alabama) starts running for the Raiders. Jacobs ran for 69 yards on 13 carry.
· Bobby McCain (University of Oxford) started playing for the Dolphins. McCain made three tackles.
Henry Lagos III (Ly Montgomery, Alabama) started with a broad relay from the Raiders. Largs ran for 7 yards.
Las Vegas central defender Nicholas Morrow (Huntsville) was ineligible for the game after being eliminated by the reserve team/COVID-19 last Friday.
Falling to 7-8, Las Vegas was eliminated from the playoffs. The Raiders will complete their game against the Denver Broncos on January 3.
Miami improved to 10-5. If the Dolphins beat Buffalo on January 3, no matter what other teams do, they will enter the playoffs. If the Baltimore Ravens lose one of the last two regular season games, namely against the New York Giants on Sunday and against the Cincinnati Bengals on January 3, then Miami will enter the season regardless of the result against Buffalo. Playoffs.
The Buccaneers led the Lions 34-0 at halftime, which was comfortable enough for quarterback Tom Brady to rest. Detroit lost in the first game of the second half, and Brady’s backup Blaine Gabbert got a TD pass in the first game of the game.
Brady completed 348 passes for 22 of 27 yards, made 4 touchdowns, and did not intercept the Lions in three-quarters of the game. Tampa Bay receiver Mike Evans captured 10 passes for 181 yards and two touchdowns.
Detroit does not have interim head coach Darrell Bevell, defensive coordinator Cory Undlin and three other assistant coaches, all of whom were eliminated by the NFL’s COVID-19 deal. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford (Matthew Stafford) only played after injuries.
Eight players from Alabama high school and college participated in the Tampa Bay-Detroit game:
· Pirate cornerback Carlton Davis (Oban) was designated as inactive on game day. Davis injured his groin on Sunday and did not practice this week.
· Jamel Dean (Auburn) starts from the cornerback of the pirates. Dean made two tackles.
· The Lions running back to Kyrie Johnson (Oban Madison College) caught two passes from 17 yards.
· Lions guard Reggie Ragland (Bob Jones, Alabama) scored two tackles.
· Pirates nose tackle Steve McLendon (Carol Ozark, Troy) made a tackle.
· Rakeem Nunez-Roches (Middle Phoenix) begins to attack pirates. Nunez-Roches hit the quarterback.
· Lions guard Logan Steinberg (James Clemens) was designated as invalid on game day.
Nick Williams (Sanford Jr.) started while making a defensive tackle for the Lions. Williams hit a goal and the quarterback hit.
Tampa Bay will end the regular season with a 10-5 record and will play a home game against the Atlanta Falcons on January 3. The Pirates have not won 11 games in the regular season since 2005.
Detroit has a 5-10 record. It will host the Minnesota Vikings on January 3 to complete the fourth consecutive season without a playoff trip.
If the Cardinals beat San Francisco and the Chicago Bears lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, then Arizona will have a chance to get a playoff spot. Instead, the Cardinals gave Chicago an open chance to get the final wildcard in the NFC playoffs.
Arizona had a chance to tie the game with 12:08, but was missed in a 2-point conversion pass. San Francisco blocked the Cardinals from their next offense 4-2 on the 35-yard line in Arizona, and changed the field position in an 8:36 TD pass from 3-pointback quarterback CJ Beathard Play with eight points ahead. In the Cardinals’ next game, 49ers cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon intercepted Arizona quarterback Kyler Murray with 4:37 left on the goal line.
San Francisco guard Jeff Wilson ran for 183 yards on 22 occasions and caught a 21-yard touchdown pass. Beathard’s other two TD passes were supported by defender Kyle Juszczyk.
Six players from Alabama high school and college in the San Francisco-Arizona game:
· Angelo Blackson (Auburn) begins to defend the Cardinals. Blackson was fired, raising the total this season to 2.5 to tie his career high.
· Kenya Drake (Alabama) started running for the Cardinals. Drake ran for 45 yards, scored a touchdown on an 18 carry, and caught two passes from 5 yards. With 12:08 left in the game, Drake was 1 yard above the goal line and entered the season for his 10th touchdown.
Dray Kirkpatrick (Gadsden, Alabama) participated in the game but did not participate. Due to hamstring and calf injuries, Kirkpatrick did not practice this week.
· Forty-year-old receiver Jordan Matthews (Madison Academy) made his debut since November 24, 2019, making his debut in 2020. Matthews did not record any data.
· Cardinal safety Deionte Thompson (Alabama) broke the pass and fouled the special team.
· Forty-year-old safety officer Jimmy Ward (Davidson) was designated as inactive on game days. Sunday’s concussion prevented Ward from practicing this week.
Nick Mullens (Spain Park) started the previous six games in San Francisco’s quarterback. But when the 49ers lost 41-33 to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, he was injured due to an elbow injury. He entered the injured reserve this week.
The Cardinals are seeking their first playoff berth since 2015. However, Arizona trailed by 8-7, which delayed Chicago’s game opportunity. 7-7 Bears visited the Jaguars on Sunday and hosted the Green Bay Packers on January 3 to end the regular season schedule. Arizona ended in a road game against the Los Angeles Rams on January 3.
If Chicago beat Jacksonville, the Bears will join the Cardinals to enter the final Sunday of the regular season and have a tiebreaker in Arizona. Chicago has a better record against four common opponents.
After last season’s Super Bowl game, San Francisco will score 6-9 in the final game against the Seattle Seahawks on January 3.
Mark Inabinett is a sports reporter for the Alabama Media Group.Follow him on Twitter Ark AMarkG1.
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