The Las Vegas Raiders take on the Miami Dolphins today inside Allegiant Stadium, and here’s all the info you need for the game.
After a significant effort on both sides of the ball against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Las Vegas Raiders will host the Miami Dolphins in town today in an AFC Week 3 game. Heading into the game against the Dolphins, quarterback Derek Carr leads the NFL in passing yards, racking up 817 yards with four touchdowns against an interception.
While Carr has carved his name into the MVP conversation, the rest of the team have thrived, especially on the defensive end of the ball. They managed to force key turnovers on Lamar Jackson in Week 1, before outscoring Big Ben and the Steelers in a convincing road victory.
Raiders injury report vs Miami Week 3
The Raiders have their fair share of injuries in this one, including two offensive stars who were also out last week. While offensive guard Richie Incognito has yet to play this season, Josh Jacobs played in Week 1 but had to dump him and missed the Steelers with a slew of injuries.
Both will be unavailable against Miami.
Raiders vs Miami Odds, Spread, Over / Under & Betting Pick Week 3
WynnBET’s Week 3 NFL odds have the Raiders favored 3.5 points at home against the Dolphins as the line has moved up and down this week, especially after the exclusion of Tua Tagovailoa. On paper, Las Vegas should easily cover that mark, but it’s about the NFL, and this franchise has been known to downplay its opponents in recent years.
The over / under is set at 44 so this is expected to be a low scoring game inside the Allegiant Stadium. If I had to make a prediction I would say it will be a solid win in Las Vegas, and while the over isn’t hit they should be able to cover the points.
Make your choice now on WynnBET.
What channel is the game Raiders on week 3
Today’s Raiders game will air on CBS at 1:05 p.m. PST / 4:05 p.m. EST.
Raiders vs. Miami Live Stream
Today’s Raiders game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Raiders’ next game and schedule
The Raiders’ next game will be in Week 4, Monday, October 4, on the road against divisional rival Los Angeles. Here’s a look at their schedule for the next four weeks:
Week 4: @ Chargeurs (MNF)
Week 5: against Chicago
Week 4: @ Denver
Week 5: vs Philadelphia