Here are the game notes following the Oakland Raiders' 26-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, presented by Microsoft Surface.
The Raiders lost 10-26 to the Chiefs, bringing them to 4-2 on the season.
The Chiefs improve their advantage in the all-time regular season series to 59-51-2.
The victory by the Chiefs extends their winning streak over the Silver and black to four games, their sixth victory in the last seven versus Oakland.
WR Amari Cooper
WR Amari Cooper's ninth reception of the game, a 15-yard grab from QB Derek Carr, brought his career total to 107 marking the most by a Raider through their first two seasons, passing Marcus Allen (106 from 1982-83).
Cooper is the first Raiders receiver to record nine-plus catches in the first half since Jerry Rice caught 10 against Pittsburgh in 2002.
For the third time in his career, Cooper eclipsed 100 receiving yards in the first half of a game with 117, becoming just the second Raider to post 100-plus receiving yards in the first half of play in three games. Cooper's third 100-plus-yard first half ties Tim Brown's record of three.
Cooper's two previous games in which he surpassed 100 receiving yards in the first half came last year in Week 3 at Cleveland and Week 7 at San Diego.
In the fourth quarter, Cooper hauled in a 12-yard pass, marking his 10th of the day and becoming the first Raider with 10 receptions since Brandon Myers recorded 14 on Dec. 2, 2012 against Cleveland.
Cooper finished the day with 10 receptions for 129 yards (12.9 avg.), recording 100-plus receiving yards for the eighth time in his career and first against the Chiefs.
QB Derek Carr
On the game's opening drive, QB Derek Carr orchestrated a 7-play, 46-yard drive lasting 3:02 which culminated with a 3-yard touchdown to WR Andre Holmes.
With Carr's touchdown, he extended his streak of games with a touchdown pass to 12, the third longest active streak in the NFL.
Carr finished with 225 yards on 22-of-34 completions with one touchdown and one interception for a passer rating of 81.1.
WR Andre Holmes
On the opening drive, QB Derek Carr connected with WR Andre Holmes for a 3-yard touchdown. The touchdown marks Holmes' second of the season, bringing his career total to 11.
Holmes ended the day with two receptions for 11 yards (5.5 avg.) and one score.
**RB Jalen Richard
On the opening kickoff, RB Jalen Richard returned the ball 50 yards, the longest return by an undrafted rookie Raider since Chris Carr's 62-yard return in 2005. The return put the Raiders' offense in position for their first scoring drive of the afternoon, taking a 7-0 lead over the Chiefs.
The 50-yard kickoff return bested Richard's previous best of 26 yards. He totaled four kickoff returns for 108 yards (27.0 avg.).
DE Khalil Mack
With 9:17 left in the first quarter,DE Khalil Mackrecorded a sack when he took down QB Alex Smith for the third time in his career for a one yard loss.
Mack concluded his day with seven tackles (five solo) and one sack.
S Karl Joseph
S Karl Josephled the team in tackles for the second time this season. Joseph finished with nine tackles (seven solo) on the day.
K Sebastian Janikowski
On the final play before halftime, K Sebastian Janikowski recorded a 46-yard field goal to pass Nick Lowery's mark of 1,711 and move in 12th on the NFL's all-time scoring list.