The owners of the National Football League met Sunday as the league owner's meetings began in Phoenix where it's expected to be a big week for Mark Davis and the Raiders.
Davis and the Silver & Black applied for relocation over a month ago, and now it is expected that the other owners will vote on the said application on Monday.
The city of Las Vegas has approved a plan to build the Raiders a $1.9 billion stadium, using $750 million of public money raised by an increased hotel tax. Meanwhile, the city of Oakland submitted a last-ditch effort on Friday that produces a $1.3 billion stadium that was largely funded by loans and the city of Oakland providing just $200 million for infrastructure upgrades.
There's a growing sentiment around the league that the owners will approve the Raiders application for relocation to Las Vegas.
Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is betting tomorrow will be a day to celebrate for Sin City.
Meanwhile, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell expects a positive vote as well.