2022 Las Vegas Raiders season

63rd season in franchise history
2022 Las Vegas Raiders season
OwnerMark Davis
PresidentSandra Douglass Morgan
General managerDave Ziegler
Head coachJosh McDaniels
Home fieldAllegiant Stadium
Results
Record0–3
Division place4th AFC West
Uniform
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The 2022 season is the Las Vegas Raiders' 53rd season in the National Football League, their 63rd overall, their third in Las Vegas and their first under the head coach/general manager tandem of Josh McDaniels and Dave Ziegler. The Raiders look to return to the playoffs in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 2001 and 2002, when the franchise was based in Oakland.

Offseason

Front office changes

On January 17, the team announced that general manager Mike Mayock had been fired after three years with the team.[1][2] On January 30, the Raiders named longtime New England Patriots' executive Dave Ziegler as their new general manager.[3][4] On May 6, Raiders' owner Mark Davis announced that team president Dan Ventrelle was no longer with the organization.[5] Following this, Ventrelle alleged that Raiders' owner Mark Davis created a hostile work environment, and once the former president acknowledged this, he was fired.[6] Around May 21, Marcel Reece, already senior advisor and then chief people officer, became team senior vice president, chief of staff.[7] On July 7, the team announced Sandra Douglass Morgan as new president.[8] Morgan is the first black woman in NFL history to assume this role.[9]

Coaching changes

Interim coach Rich Bisaccia, who replaced Jon Gruden after his resignation after five games in the 2021 season, was not assured of returning as head coach despite the Raiders making the playoffs the previous season. Bisaccia did interview for the permanent coaching position.[10] However, the Raiders conducted other interviews as well.[11]

On January 31, the team officially named New England Patriots' offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels the team's new head coach.[12] McDaniels named Mick Lombardi offensive coordinator[13] and Patrick Graham defensive coordinator.[14]

Notable free agent acquisitions

Position Player Age 2021 team
LB Chandler Jones[15] 32 Arizona Cardinals
LB Kenny Young[16] 27 Denver Broncos
WR Keelan Cole[17] 29 New York Jets
WR Jordan Veasy[18] 27 Houston Texans
DL Tyler Lancaster[19] 28 Green Bay Packers
TE Jesper Horsted[20] 25 Chicago Bears
CB Chris Jones[21] 27 Tennessee Titans
WR Isaiah Zuber[22] 25 San Francisco 49ers /
Cleveland Browns /
New York Jets
S Matthias Farley[23] 30 Tennessee Titans

Trades

March 17, 2022[24]
To Las Vegas Raiders
Rock Ya-Sin
To Indianapolis Colts
Yannick Ngakoue
March 18, 2022[25]
To Las Vegas Raiders
Davante Adams
To Green Bay Packers
2022 1st round pick
2022 2nd round pick
May 13, 2022[26]
To Las Vegas Raiders
2023 5th round pick
To Atlanta Falcons
Bryan Edwards
2023 7th round conditional pick
May 13, 2022[27]
To Las Vegas Raiders
Jarrett Stidham
2023 7th round pick
To New England Patriots
2023 6th round pick
August 17, 2022[28]
To Las Vegas Raiders
2024 7th round conditional pick
To Tennessee Titans
Tyree Gillespie
August 22, 2022[29]
To Las Vegas Raiders
2024 7th round conditional pick
To Minnesota Vikings
Nick Mullens
August 30, 2022[30]
To Las Vegas Raiders
2023 7th round conditional pick
To Arizona Cardinals
Trayvon Mullen
September 21, 2022[31]
To Las Vegas Raiders
Justin Herron
2024 7th round pick
To New England Patriots
2024 6th round pick

Notable players released

Position Player Age 2022 team
LB Nick Kwiatkoski 28 Atlanta Falcons
LB Cory Littleton 28 Carolina Panthers
DE Carl Nassib 28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
RB Kenyan Drake 28 Baltimore Ravens
OT Alex Leatherwood 23 Chicago Bears

Draft

2022 Las Vegas Raiders Draft
Round Selection Player Position College
3 90 Dylan Parham OG Memphis
4 122 Zamir White RB Georgia
126 Neil Farrell Jr. DT LSU
5 175 Matthew Butler DT Tennessee
7 227 Thayer Munford OT Ohio State
250 Brittain Brown RB UCLA
2022 Las Vegas Raiders undrafted free agents
Name Position College Ref.
Darien Butler LB Arizona State [32]
Qwynnterrio Cole S Louisville
Bryce Cosby CB Ball State
Cole Fotheringham TE Utah
Chase Garbers QB California
Justin Hall WR Ball State
Luke Masterson LB Wake Forest
Sincere McCormick RB UTSA
Malkelm Morrison CB Army
Bamidele Olaseni OT Utah
Isaiah Pola-Mao S USC
Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa DE Notre Dame
Tré Turner WR Virginia Tech
Zach VanValkenburg DE Iowa
Sam Webb CB Missouri Western

Staff

Current staff

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Front office
  • Owner – Mark and Carol Davis
  • President – Sandra Douglass Morgan
  • Senior vice president/chief strategy officer – Marcel Reece
  • General manager – Dave Ziegler
  • Assistant general manager – Champ Kelly
  • Senior vice president/director of football administration – Tom Delaney
  • Vice president of football operations – Tom Jones
  • Director of pro personnel – Dwayne Joseph
  • Director of football systems – Brad Goldsberry
  • Director of college scouting – Brandon Yeargan
  • Senior personnel advisor – Shaun Herock
  • Senior national scout – DuJuan Daniels
  • Senior national scout – Lenny McGill
  • National scout – Andy Dengler
Head coaches
Offensive coaches
 
Defensive coaches
  • Defensive coordinator – Patrick Graham
  • Senior defensive assistant – Rob Ryan
  • Defensive line – Frank Okam
  • Linebackers – Antonio Pierce
  • Defensive backs/pass game coordinator – Jason Simmons
  • Defensive backs – Chris Ash
  • Defensive quality control – Matt Feeney
  • Defensive assistant/pass rush specialist – Matt Edwards
Special teams coaches
  • Special teams coordinator – Tom McMahon
  • Assistant special teams – Maurice Drayton
Strength and conditioning
  • Head strength and conditioning – AJ Neibel
  • Strength and conditioning assistant – Deuce Gruden
  • Strength and conditioning assistant – D'Anthony Batiste
  • Strength and conditioning assistant – Rick Slate
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53 active, 6 inactive, 16 practice squad (+2 exempt)

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Preseason

On February 28, the NFL announced that the Raiders would play the Jacksonville Jaguars in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 4, at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton, Ohio, at 5:00 p.m. PDT. The Raiders had two former players enter the Hall of Fame, wide receiver Cliff Branch, who died in 2019, as well as defensive tackle Richard Seymour.[33] The two teams will meet again during the regular season in Jacksonville. On May 12, the rest of the Raiders' preseason opponents were announced.[34] The complete preseason schedule was announced on May 18.[35]

The Raiders won all of their preseason games closing with a 4–0 record; it was the first time in team history the Raiders went undefeated in the preseason.[36]

Week Date Opponent Result Record Venue Recap
HOF August 4 vs. Jacksonville Jaguars W 27–11 1–0 Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium (Canton) Recap
1 August 14 Minnesota Vikings W 26–20 2–0 Allegiant Stadium Recap
2 August 20 at Miami Dolphins W 15–13 3–0 Hard Rock Stadium Recap
3 August 26 New England Patriots W 23–6 4–0 Allegiant Stadium Recap

Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Time (PT) Opponent Result Record Venue TV Recap
1 September 11 1:25 p.m. at Los Angeles Chargers L 19–24 0–1 SoFi Stadium CBS Recap
2 September 18 1:25 p.m. Arizona Cardinals L 23–29 (OT) 0–2 Allegiant Stadium CBS Recap
3 September 25 10:00 a.m. at Tennessee Titans L 22–24 0–3 Nissan Stadium Fox Recap
4 October 2 1:25 p.m. Denver Broncos Allegiant Stadium CBS
5 October 10 5:15 p.m. at Kansas City Chiefs Arrowhead Stadium ESPN
6 Bye
7 October 23 1:05 p.m. Houston Texans Allegiant Stadium CBS
8 October 30 10:00 a.m. at New Orleans Saints Caesars Superdome CBS
9 November 6 10:00 a.m. at Jacksonville Jaguars TIAA Bank Field CBS
10 November 13 1:05 p.m. Indianapolis Colts Allegiant Stadium CBS
11 November 20 1:05 p.m. at Denver Broncos Empower Field at Mile High Fox
12 November 27 1:05 p.m. at Seattle Seahawks Lumen Field CBS
13 December 4 1:25 p.m. Los Angeles Chargers Allegiant Stadium CBS
14 December 8 5:15 p.m. at Los Angeles Rams SoFi Stadium Prime Video
15 December 18 5:20 p.m. New England Patriots Allegiant Stadium NBC
16 December 24 5:15 p.m. at Pittsburgh Steelers Acrisure Stadium NFLN
17 January 1 1:05 p.m. San Francisco 49ers Allegiant Stadium Fox
18 January 7/8 TBD Kansas City Chiefs Allegiant Stadium TBD

Notes

  • Intra-division opponents are in bold text.
  • Networks and times from Weeks 7–13, Week 15 and Week 17 are subject to change as a result of flexible scheduling.
  • The date, time and network for Week 18 will be determined at the end of Week 17.

Game summaries

Week 1: at Los Angeles Chargers

Week 1: Las Vegas Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Raiders 3 0 10619
Chargers 3 14 7024

at SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, California

Game information

First quarter

  • LAC – Dustin Hopkins 43-yard field goal, 9:03. Chargers 3–0. Drive: 12 plays, 50 yards, 5:57.
  • LV – Daniel Carlson 23-yard field goal, 2:29. Tied 3–3. Drive: 14 plays, 70 yards, 6:34.

Second quarter

  • LAC – Zander Horvath 1-yard pass from Justin Herbert (Dustin Hopkins kick), 9:34. Chargers 10–3. Drive: 9 plays, 67 yards, 3:44.
  • LAC – DeAndre Carter 23-yard pass from Justin Herbert (Dustin Hopkins kick), 0:35. Chargers 17–3. Drive: 2 plays, 31 yards, 0:10.

Third quarter

  • LV – Brandon Bolden 18-yard pass from Derek Carr (Daniel Carlson kick), 12:39. Chargers 17–10. Drive: 5 plays, 75 yards, 2:21.
  • LAC – Gerald Everett 18-yard pass from Justin Herbert (Dustin Hopkins kick), 6:42. Chargers 24–10. Drive: 11 plays, 73 yards, 5:57.
  • LV – Daniel Carlson 55-yard field goal, 1:03. Chargers 24–13. Drive: 11 plays, 38 yards, 5:39.

Fourth quarter

  • LV – Davante Adams 3-yard pass from Derek Carr (Two-Point pass conversion failed), 4:32. Chargers 24–19. Drive: 7 plays, 61 yards, 3:01.

Top passers

  • LV – Derek Carr – 22/37, 295 yards, 2 TD, 3 INT
  • LAC – Justin Herbert – 26/34, 279 yards, 3 TD

Top rushers

Top receivers

  • LV – Davante Adams – 10 receptions, 141 yards, TD
  • LAC – Keenan Allen – 4 receptions, 66 yards

The Raiders began the season on the road facing their division rival, the Los Angeles Chargers, at SoFi Stadium.

The Chargers got the ball first and moved quickly into Raider territory before the Vegas defense stiffened and forced the Chargers to settle for a 43-yard field goal and an early 3–0 lead. The Raiders answered by also moving into their opponent's territory and, helped by a Davante Adams catch and run, reached the Charger four yard line. However, a loss on a Josh Jacobs run and two incomplete passes led to Daniel Carlson's 23-yard field goal to tie the game. Following punts by both teams, the game moved to the second quarter and Justin Herbert hit Zander Horvath on a one-yard touchdown pass to give LA the 10–3 lead. The Raiders were again forced to punt and the Chargers moved to the Raider 28. However, they chose to go for it on fourth down and were stuffed by the Raider defense giving Vegas the ball with 1:38 left in the half. Following a sack on the first play of the ensuing possession, Derek Carr was intercepted at midfield and the Chargers returned the ball to the Vegas 31 with 45 seconds left in the half. Two plays later, Herbert threw his second toudown pass of the game, a 25-yard score to DeAndre Carter to extend the LA lead to 17–3 with 35 seconds left in the half. The Raiders chose to kneel on the final play of the half and entered halftime trailing by two touchdowns.

In the second half, the Raiders scored quickly as Carr his Adams for a 41-yard play that moved the ball into LA territory. Three plays later, Carr hit Brandon Bolden for an 18-yard touchdown to narrow the score to 17–10. However, the Chargers quickly responded as Herbert hit Gerald Everett for an 18-yard touchdown of his own, returning the Charger lead to 14. The Raiders moved into LA territory on the next possession, but were forced to settle for a 55-yard field goal to move within 10. Following a punt by the Chargers early in the fourth quarter, Carr hit Darren Waller for a 23-yard gain, but was intercepted for the second time a play later on a pass intended for Adams at the Charger two yard line. Following a punt by the Chargers, Carr was intercepted for the third time in the game, giving the Chargers the ball at midfield. After forcing the Chargers to attempt a 49-yard field goal that was no good, Carr moved the Raiders into LA territory. with less than five minutes remaining in the game, Carr hit Adams for a three-yard touchdown to narrow the score to 24–19. Following an LA punt, the Raiders took over with 3:30 left in the game. However, Carr was sacked by former Raider Khalil Mack and fumbled the ball giving the Chargers the ball with 1:52 left in the game. The Chargers were able to run out the clock to win the game 24–19.

The loss moved the Raiders to 0–1 on the season. Carr threw for 295 yards in the loss, but had four turnovers (three interceptions and a fumble) in the loss. Adams had 10 receptions for 141 yards and a touchdown in his first game for Vegas.

Week 2: vs. Arizona Cardinals

Week 2: Arizona Cardinals at Las Vegas Raiders – Game summary
1 2 34OTTotal
Cardinals 0 0 716629
Raiders 7 13 30023

at Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada

  • Date: September 18
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. PDT
  • Game weather: None (indoor stadium)
  • Game attendance: 61,707
  • Referee: Clete Blakeman
  • TV announcers (CBS): Greg Gumbel, Adam Archuleta and AJ Ross
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Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • LV – Daniel Carlson 32-yard field goal, 11:40. Raiders 10–0. Drive: 9 plays, 66 yards, 4:41.
  • LV – Darren Waller 3-yard pass from Derek Carr (Daniel Carlson kick), 7:00. Raiders 17–0. Drive: 7 plays, 59 yards, 2:02.
  • LV – Daniel Carlson 55-yard field goal, 0:00. Raiders 20–0. Drive: 8 plays, 36 yards, 1:51.

Third quarter

  • ARI – Greg Dortch 5-yard pass from Kyler Murray (Matt Prater kick), 6:03. Raiders 20–7. Drive: 11 plays, 79 yards, 5:27.
  • LV – Daniel Carlson 25-yard field goal, 1:38. Raiders 23–7. Drive: 8 plays, 68 yards, 4:25.

Fourth quarter

  • ARI – Darrel Williams 1-yard run (Kyler Murray run), 8:13. Raiders 23–15. Drive: 9 plays, 54 yards, 3:54.
  • ARI – Kyler Murray 3-yard run (AJ Green–Kyler Murray pass), 0:00. Tie 23–23. Drive: 18 plays, 73 yards, 4:33.

Overtime

  • ARI – Byron Murphy 59-yard fumble return, 4:05. Cardinals 29–23.

Top passers

  • ARI – Kyler Murray – 31/49, 277 yards, TD, INT
  • LV – Derek Carr – 25/39, 251 yards, 2 TD

Top rushers

  • ARI – Darrel Williams – 8 rushes, 59 yards, TD
  • LV – Josh Jacobs – 19 rushes, 69 yards

Top receivers

The Raiders, playing in their home opener at Allegiant Stadium, stormed out to a 20–0 at halftime against a struggling Cardinals team still reeling from a Week 1 home defeat. Derek Carr logged two touchdown passes, one to Davante Adams and the other to Darren Waller, and Daniel Carlson nailed two field goal to provide the 20-point margin to Las Vegas. However, in the second half, Arizona began to come back. It started when Greg Dortsch caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Kyler Murray to cut the lead to 20–7. The Raiders however, responded with Carlson nailling a chip shot 25-yard field goal to give Vegas a 23–7 lead to start the fourth quarter. However, from there onwards it was all Cardinals as Darrel Williams ran in from a yard out, followed by Murray scrambling over 80 yards for the two-point conversion, which set the record for the longest distance run for a conversion. The Cardinals forced several key punts from the Raiders, who appeared to have lost their offensive groove throughout the second half. Arizona again forced Vegas to punt with four minutes left, and drove down the field on a relentless 18-play drive capped off with Murray running in for a 3-yard touchdown and throwing for a two-point conversion to tie the game at 23–23 as time expired. In overtime, the Cardinals received the ball, but turned it over on fourth down, giving the ball back to the Raiders. However, Raiders receiver Hunter Renfrow fumbled the ball on the ensuing Raiders drive, which Cardinals defender Byron Murphy recovered and returned to the end zone for the game-winning touchdown. The Raiders lost 23–29 and fell to 0–2 on the season.

Week 3: at Tennessee Titans

Week 3: Las Vegas Raiders at Tennessee Titans – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Raiders 3 7 3922
Titans 7 17 0024

at Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee

Game information

First quarter

Second quarter

  • TEN – Derrick Henry 1-yard run (Randy Bullock kick), 14:25. Titans 14–3. Drive: 6 plays, 75 yards, 2:54.
  • LV – Davante Adams 5-yard pass from Derek Carr (Daniel Carlson kick), 9:44. Titans 14–10. Drive: 7 plays, 75 yards, 4:41.
  • TEN – Ryan Tannehill 1-yard run (Randy Bullock kick), 4:55. Titans 21–10. Drive: 8 plays, 79 yards, 4:49.
  • TEN – Randy Bullock 48-yard field goal, 0:00. Titans 24–10. Drive: 3 plays, 19 yards, 0:21.

Third quarter

  • LV – Daniel Carlson 32-yard field goal, 6:57. Titans 24–13. Drive: 14 plays, 61 yards, 8:03.

Fourth quarter

  • LV – Daniel Carlson 35-yard field goal, 3:29. Titans 24–16. Drive: 7 plays, 63 yards, 2:39.
  • LV – Mack Hollins 9-yard pass from Derek Carr (two-point pass failed), 1:14. Titans 24–22. Drive: 14 plays, 81 yards, 1:43.

Top passers

  • LV – Derek Carr – 26/44, 303 yards, 2 TD, INT
  • TEN – Ryan Tannehill – 19/27, 264 yards, TD, INT

Top rushers

  • LV – Josh Jacobs – 13 rushes, 66 yards
  • TEN – Derrick Henry – 20 rushes, 85 yards, TD

Top receivers

  • LV – Mack Hollins – 8 receptions, 158 yards, TD
  • TEN – Robert Woods – 4 receptions, 85 yards

Week 4: vs. Denver Broncos

Week 4: Denver Broncos at Las Vegas Raiders – Game summary
1 2 34Total
Broncos 0 0 000
Raiders 0 0 000

at Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada

  • Date: October 2
  • Game time: 1:25 p.m. PDT
  • Game weather: None (indoor stadium)
  • Referee: Land Clark
  • TV announcers (CBS): Kevin Harlan, Trent Green and Melanie Collins
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Standings

Division

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W L T PCT DIV CONF PF PA STK
Kansas City Chiefs 2 1 0 .667 1–0 1–1 88 65 L1
Denver Broncos 2 1 0 .667 0–0 1–0 43 36 W2
Los Angeles Chargers 1 2 0 .333 1–1 1–2 58 84 L2
Las Vegas Raiders 0 3 0 .000 0–1 0–2 64 77 L3

Conference

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# Team Division W L T PCT DIV CONF SOS SOV STK
Division leaders
1 Miami Dolphins East 3 0 0 1.000 2–0 3–0 .556 .556 W3
2 Jacksonville Jaguars South 2 1 0 .667 1–0 2–0 .389 .417 W2
3 Kansas City Chiefs West 2 1 0 .667 1–0 1–1 .389 .333 L1
4 Cleveland Browns North 2 1 0 .667 1–0 1–1 .333 .333 W1
Wild Cards
5 Denver Broncos West 2 1 0 .667 0–0 1–0 .278 .250 W2
6 Baltimore Ravens North 2 1 0 .667 0–0 2–1 .556 .333 W1
7 Buffalo Bills East 2 1 0 .667 0–1 1–1 .667 .500 L1
In the hunt
8 Indianapolis Colts South 1 1 1 .500 0–1–1 1–1–1 .500 .667 W1
9 Tennessee Titans South 1 2 0 .333 0–0 1–1 .444 .000 W1
10 New York Jets East 1 2 0 .333 0–0 1–2 .556 .667 L1
11 New England Patriots East 1 2 0 .333 0–1 1–2 .667 .333 L1
12 Pittsburgh Steelers North 1 2 0 .333 1–1 1–2 .444 .333 L2
13 Cincinnati Bengals North 1 2 0 .333 0–1 1–1 .444 .333 W1
14 Los Angeles Chargers West 1 2 0 .333 1–1 1–2 .444 .000 L2
15 Houston Texans South 0 2 1 .167 0–0–1 0–1–1 .611 .000 L2
16 Las Vegas Raiders West 0 3 0 .000 0–1 0–2 .333 .000 L3
Tiebreakers[a]
  1. ^ When breaking ties for three or more teams under the NFL's rules, they are first broken within divisions, then comparing only the highest ranked remaining team from each division.
Legend
w — Clinched wild card
x — Clinched playoff berth
y — Clinched division
z — Clinched first-round bye and home-field advantage

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