Raiders Marshawn Lynch ejected for pushing official

Derek Carr Oakland Raiders

Raiders Marshawn Lynch ejected for pushing official

Cook was also over 100 yards receiving for Oakland.

Crabtree then caught a one-yard touchdown pass with three seconds left, but he was called for offensive pass interference.

Oakland marched 85 yards in 11 plays for Carr's touchdown pass, tying the game 30-30. Most people expected the Chiefs to come out on fire, and they did, leading 30-21 heading into the fourth quarter.

Even when they played balls correctly and took smart calculated risks and were in ideal position, the Raiders did things like safety Keith McGill II letting an interception bounce off his hands and into those of Albert Wilson for a 63-yard touchdown.

The Oakland Raiders beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night after a mad finish to the game which saw the Raiders score a touchdown to tie the game with time expired. Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill has a 64-yard touchdown reception, catching three passes for 80 yards in the first half.

The two grew up together in Oakland and are the best of friends, so much that the latter markets an underwear line under the Beast Mode brand of the Raiders star.

The Chiefs were then called for holding on the ensuing play, after Jared Cook wasn't able to come down with the ball. While Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington did their best to man the depleted running back corps, Lynch chose to watch the rest of the game from the bleachers because Oakland. The team allowed Alex Smith to throw for 342 yards and three touchdowns.

Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper has touchdown catches of 38 and 45 yards, though he also has a big drop. After a short run, Tyreek Hill beat David Amerson for a 64-yard touchdown pass that gave the Chiefs their first 99-yard drive since doing it December 3, 2006, against Cleveland. The Raiders only sacked Smith once, putting last year's top sack leader Khalil Mack at just 4.5 sacks through the first seven games of the National Football League season.

Giorgio Tavecchio booted the extra point in front of a crowd of 55,100 at the Oakland Coliseum stadium.

LONG DRIVE: After Marquette King pinned the Chiefs at their own 1 with a ideal punt early in the second quarter, Kansas City needed little time to turn the momentum. Carr finally got the score to Crabtree after three shots at the end zone.

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