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Raiders Cheeks Now what an offensive game.
This WAAS Onley Two punts, one by each team, was done in this game, and the first punch by the Chiefs didn't even happen until the fourth quarter.
My goodness, the offense just went off the difference of this game.
The Chiefs never settled for a field goal.
Raiders settled for a field goal once.
That's the difference of the game.
The Raiders Derek Carr look very good.
20 to 31 to 75 3 touchdowns, one interception.
Josh Jacobs ran with a lot of power, even though it did not have, you know, the yardage average wise 17 carries, 55 yards and a touchdown.
There were a lot of place where the Chiefs were all over him, however.
He would break tackles to get more yardage.
A goal are, and Darren Waller was the story of this Raiders team in this game Combined, they had 13 catches, six for a goal are seven for Waller.
Both had 88 yards.
Both had a touchdown.
Wow, what a performance offensively for this Raiders team and the defense brought Heat against Kansas City.
Patrick Mahomes threw the ball 45 times.
He was 34 45 348 yards, two touchdowns, toe, one interception.
Even Travis Kelsey got in there with Mahomes like little pitch underneath near the near the goal line to get them, UH, one or two yards closer to the goal line in this game.
Hilaire carried the ball 14 times for 69 yards and two touchdowns.
And Bell? That's right. Leave.
Ian Bell had his first touchdown, Um, through.
I think it was four games.
Now that he's been with the Chiefs running the football, he was seven carries, 25 yards.
This offense was just clicking between Travis Kelsey and Tyreek Hill.
These two guys had 19 catches for 229 yards and two touchdowns between them.
My goodness, here's the problem that happened in this game.
The Raiders had the lead most of the time.
It would be Raiders score than the Chiefs would score than the Raiders would score than the Chiefs would score than the Raiders would score than the Chiefs would score the Raiders scored with a minute 43 left in the game to take the lead, 31 28.
Kansas City had a minute 43.
Patrick Mahomes had one time out with a minute 43 left in the game.
That's too much time.
Patrick Mahomes Chunk the yards down the field.
10 yards here, 12 yards.
They're 10 yards here, 12 yards there until he finally found the end zone and won the game with a few ticks left on the clock.
Winning the game, 35 31.
This is a Raiders team, however.
Even in this game, you cannot look at the Raiders and go well. They lost.
They lost to the Chiefs and barely with only a few seconds left offensively and defensively, they played their hearts out.
A ton of penalties in this game.
Penalties in this game.
10 on Kansas City, eight on the Raiders.
My goodness, let's talk about third down.
Kansas City was 55% on third downs, Las Vegas was 66% on third downs.
Neither team gave up a sack.
Both teams got an interceptions.
There was no fumbles in this game. This was an offensive.
This was, ah, defensive nightmare, your defensive guy.
You did not wanna watch this game.
You did not wanna watch again.
That has 66 points on the board and only two punts with on Lee, each team giving the ball away one time and third down conversions just being through the roof.
I expect the Raiders to be a tough out in this.
Even though they dropped the six and four, I expect them to be a wild card team.
Kansas City, now nine in one, still in the shot for the first seed in the playoffs, even though the Steelers are 10 and, oh, the Steelers still have a couple of games left.
That could be tough for them, including Baltimore and Indianapolis left on their schedule, where the Raiders have a pretty soft schedule other than happen to play Indianapolis later this season as well.
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