Daniel Carlson hit a 33-yard field goal with eight seconds left, and the Oakland Raiders beat the Green Bay Packers 22-21 on Thursday night on an 80-yard field in Winnipeg.

The teams played with both end zones moved 10 yards closer to midfield due to concerns about holes in the turf -- caused by goal posts for the Canadian Football League -- in the actual end zones. No kickoffs were allowed, with teams starting at their own 15-yard line (labeled the 25-yard line) instead.

Nathan Peterman, the Raiders' second quarterback in, finished 23 of 37 for 210 yards and two touchdowns, hitting a 25-yard pass on fourth-and-7 with 1:32 remaining to get Oakland in field-goal range. Derek Carr did not play, with Mike Glennon (4 of 9, 38 yards) starting in his place.

The Packers sat 33 players, including Aaron Rodgers, and quarterback Tim Boyle started ahead of incumbent backup DeShone Kizer. Boyle finished 16 of 25 for 191 yards and touchdowns of 23 yards to Trevor Davis and 26 yards to Jake Kumerow. Kizer went 4 of 7 for 24 yards and an interception on a prayer attempt as time expired.

--Field Level Media

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