Ever since their move to Las Vegas, the Raiders fan base has remained loyal to the franchise, no matter where they live.
Being that it is only a four-hour drive to Los Angeles from Las Vegas, many fans are more than happy to make the drive when the team has “away” games in California.
This appears to be the case for tonight’s game, as the Raiders will be taking on the Los Angeles Rams in LA.
— Bill Williamson (@BWilliamsonNFL) December 7, 2022
Nearly two-thirds of tonight’s stands will be filled with Raider faithful.
Will The Rams Be Able To Overcome The Noise?
In their two-and-a-half seasons at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, the Rams boast a 13-10 record in the 23 games that they have hosted in their new home.
While this number is certainly promising as a whole, for the 2022 campaign, the Rams are only 3-4 at home this season.
The three times that the Rams have won at home this season also happen to be their only three wins.
The Raiders, on the other hand, have a record of 5-7, but are currently on a three-game winning streak and looking to extend it to four.
With news that recently acquired Baker Mayfield could start for the Rams tonight, the Raiders’ defensive front will look to take advantage of a quarterback who just learned the Rams’ playbook in less than 48 hours.
Will the Rams be able to snap their six-game losing streak?
Or, will the Raiders, surrounded by their fans at an away game, steal yet another road victory?