With each the Broncos and Raiders eradicated from playoff competition, Monday evening’s matchup will affect the NFL draft order greater than something.

Oakland (3-12) at present has the No. 2 choice, and a loss to Denver (6-8) would put it in a tie with Arizona for the worst file within the league. The Broncos left the postseason image extra lately, however might wind up with a high ten choice relying on how their ultimate two video games prove.

Monday might be the Raiders’ ultimate dwelling recreation ever on the Oakland Coliseum, with the workforce anticipated to decide on a brand new venue in 2019 earlier than they transfer to Las Vegas. 

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The Broncos have a number of offensive weapons approaching milestones as they wrap up their season. Undrafted rookie operating again Phillip Lindsay is 9 yards in need of the 1,000-yard mark, which he ought to shortly surpass on Monday.

Emmanuel Sanders is 132 yards shy of 1,000 receiving yards for the season. He has achieved that whole in three earlier seasons.

Sporting Information will present stay updates of Broncos vs. Raiders, which is the ultimate “Monday Evening Soccer” recreation of the season.

Broncos vs. Raiders: Rating, stay updates, highlights

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Broncos: 0
Raiders: 17

10:15 p.m.: Keenum prevented a sack within the backfield then stayed on his ft lengthy sufficient to select up 17 yards and a primary down into Oakland territory.

10:05 p.m.: Each groups are reasonably succesful at movign the ball on their first drives of the half nevertheless it’s a punt for each side.

Halftime: Raiders 17, Broncos 0

9:39 p.m.: A kickoff out of bounds and full go to Courtland Sutton units up a 58-yard try for Brandon McManus, nevertheless it falls simply brief.

9:34 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, RAIDERS. Daniel Carlson knocks in a 43-yard area aim after Carr’s go in the long run zone is incomplete. It is the primary time this season that the Raiders have scored greater than 14 factors within the first half. Raiders 17, Broncos 0

9:27 p.m.: Doug Martin is doing what he can so as to add to the Raiders lead earlier than the tip of the half. He rushes for 11 yards to the Broncos’ 39-yard line out of the two-minute warning.

9:17 p.m.: 5 drives, 5 punts for the Broncos to start out this recreation. 

9:09 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAIDERS. An enormous gap within the Broncos protection permits for Doug Martin to waltz into the tip zone untouched from 24 yards out. Raiders 14, Broncos 0

9:08 p.m.: Hastily the Raiders offense is rolling. They only picked up their third first down of the possession, all on passes, and have the ball on the Broncos’ 30-yard line.

9:02 p.m.: The Raiders get their first first down of the sport within the second quarter on a 12-yard completion from Derek Carr to Jordy Nelson.

Finish of the primary quarter: Raiders 7, Broncos 0

8:55 p.m.: No delay of recreation on this fourth-and-1 for the Broncos because the Raiders deflect an possibility pitch however Lindsay picks it up and runs for a primary down anyway.

8:52 p.m.: The primary massive offensive play of the sport seemed to be a 47-yard deep ball from Case Keenum to Courtland Sutton, however upon a problem from the Raiders, it is decided the ball hit the bottom and was incomplete.

8:46 p.m.: Broncos had plans to go for it on fourth-and-1, however a delay of recreation pushes them again and results in a punt. Three drives, three punts for the highway workforce.

8:42 p.m.: Lindsay takes a carry for 11 yards and crosses the 1,000-yard marker in his rookie season.

8:37 p.m.: After one other punt by Denver, Oakland lastly will get possession on offense however its a fast three-and-out. 

8:22 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, RAIDERS. Dwayne Harris’ threat pays off, as he picks up the punt that the Broncos had been trying to pin contained in the 5 and takes all of it the best way to the tip zone for a landing. Raiders 7, Broncos 0

8:21 p.m.: Broncos get one third down conversion on their opening drive, however a holding penalty put them in a gap they could not climb out of and they’re compelled to punt.

8:06 p.m.: Defensive stud Von Miller is getting his workforce in the appropriate mindset for Monday evening’s recreation.

6:58 p.m.: Tonight’s inactives: 

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