Raiders vs. Bengals final score, results, highlights: Cincinnati advances to Divisional Round, ends playoff drought

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As the No. 4 seed in the AFC, the Cincinnati Bengals finished the regular reason with a 10-7 record. The Bengals clinched the AFC North title with a last second win against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 17.  The Las Vegas Raiders enter the 2022 NFL Playoffs as the No. 5 seed in the AFC with a 10-7 record as well. The Raiders clinched their playoff spot with a dramatic victory over the Los Angeles Chargers in the final game of the regular season.

Back in Week 11, the Bengals beat the Raiders by a score of 32-13. Joe Burrow threw for 148 yards and a touchdown to rookie WR Ja’Marr Chase while Joe Mixon ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns. For the Raiders, Derek Carr threw for 215 yards with one touchdown, one interception and a lost fumble.

Check out the final score, the game’s scoring plays, highlights and more below.

Bengals vs. Raiders final score, results

Final score: Cincinnati Bengals 26, Las Vegas Raiders 19

4th quarter, 3:37 (LV): Daniel Carlson 28 yard field goal is GOOD

4th quarter, 6:49 (CIN): Evan McPherson 28 yard field goal is GOOD

4th quarter, 14:20 (LV): Daniel Carlson 34 yard field goal is GOOD

3rd quarter, 11:00 (CIN): Evan McPherson 43 yard field goal is GOOD

2nd quarter, 0:13 (LV): Derek Carr pass short middle to Zay Jones for 14 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Daniel Carlson extra point is GOOD

2nd quarter, 2:00 (CIN): Joe Burrow pass short right to Tyler Boyd for 10 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Evan McPherson extra point is GOOD

2nd quarter, 7:58 (LV): Daniel Carlson 28 yard field goal is GOOD

2nd quarter, 10:23 (CIN): Evan McPherson 30 yard field goal is GOOD

1st quarter, 1:18 (CIN): Evan McPherson 31 yard field goal is GOOD

1st quarter, 4:43 (CIN): Joe Burrow pass short right to C.J. Uzomah for 7 yards, TOUCHDOWN. Evan McPherson extra point is GOOD

1st quarter, 9:28 (LV): Daniel Carlson 47 yard field goal is GOOD

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What time and channel is the Raiders vs. Bengals game on?

Coverage of the Cincinnati Bengals vs. the Las Vegas Raiders will start at 3:00 p.m. ET on NBC and Peacock. Viewers can also stream the game live on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports App. Mike Tirico and Drew Brees will call today’s game with Kathryn Tappen as the sideline reporter.

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