Las Vegas Raiders win see-sawing NFL match

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Derek Carr has lofted a 31-yard touchdown pass to a wide-open Zay Jones in overtime to give the Las Vegas Raiders a wild NFL 33-27 victory over the visiting Baltimore Ravens.

The winning score came two plays after Carl Nassib forced a fumble by Lamar Jackson, and Darius Philon recovered at the Baltimore 27.

Las Vegas appeared to win the game earlier in overtime when Carr hit Bryan Edwards with a 33-yard pass up the right sideline that was ruled a touchdown on the field.

The call was reversed following a replay review that showed that Edwards' knee hit the ground before he extended the ball over the goal line.

Carr was then stopped on a sneak, and after rookie right tackle Alex Leatherwood picked up a 5-yard false start penalty, Carr's pass intended for Willie Snead was deflected and intercepted in the end zone by Anthony Averett.

Carr completed 34-of-56 passes for 435 yards and two touchdowns and an interception for Las Vegas (1-0) which was playing a regular-season game with fans for the first time in the $US1.9 billion ($A2.6 billion) Allegiant Stadium and an announced crowd of 61,756.

Darren Waller finished with 10 catches for 105 yards and a touchdown while Josh Jacobs, hampered by a toe injury, rushed for 34 yards and two touchdowns.

Daniel Carlson kicked two field goals, including a career-best 55-yarder with two seconds left in regulation to force overtime.

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