Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Winners and Losers for Raiders in Week 13 vs. Chiefs

Winners and Losers for Raiders in Week 13 vs. Chiefs

Meanwhile, the Raiders will host the Tennessee Titans, winners of five of their last six. Oakland had just 208 yards for the game, with Derek Carr being pulled in the second half due to the lopsided nature of the contest.

With a chance at grabbing the lead in the AFC West, the Oakland Raiders traveled to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs, hoping to erase memories of their loss at the hands of the New York Jets the week before.

The Chiefs swept the Raiders for a second consecutive season. The Chiefs seemed to know what was coming as evidenced by the two interceptions they got - one by Mathieu, and another that Juan Thornhill returned for a touchdown.

The Raiders actually moved the ball pretty decent against the Chiefs with a strong running game out-gaining the Kansas City Chiefs 332-259 on the day but had 3 turnovers and allowed a defensive touchdown.

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In the second quarter, Davis was again involved when he was taken down on a fourth-down attempt. He finished the game with four tackles.

The Chiefs' defense was needed for the second straight game to pick up the KC offense. That would not be the first interception Carr would throw in the first half, but at least the first one was not returned to the house for a touchdown. Carr is now 2-10 in his career against Kansas City.

The Chiefs' running game, already down Damien Williams, saw Darrel Williams leave with a left hamstring injury in the third quarter, which had the team relying on LeSean McCoy and Darwin Thompson the rest of the way.

Overall, the offense wasn't really needed on a day when the defense utterly stymied Carr. Rookie running back Darwin Thompson drove for his first National Football League score from four yards out as Kansas City took over nine minutes off the clock.

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