After defeating the Denver Broncos at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum last week, the Oakland Raiders were unable to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2. There were a lot of takeaways from Sunday's action; let's take a look at the Game Notes, presented by Microsoft Surface.
Chiefs 28, Raiders 10
- The Raiders fall to the Chiefs by a score of 28-10, moving to 1-1 on the season.
- Oakland’s all-time regular season series record against the Chiefs falls to 52-64-2.
Starters - Offense
WR Tyrell Williams
LT Kolton Miller
LG Jordan Devey
C Rodney Hudson
RG Denzelle Good
RT Trent Brown
TE Darren Waller
TE Derek Carrier
QB Derek Carr
RB Josh Jacobs
TE Foster Moreau
Starters - Defense
DE Clelin Ferrell
DT Johnathan Hankins
DT Maurice Hurst
DE Josh Mauro
SLB Tahir Whitehead
MLB Vontaze Burfict
CB Lamarcus Joyner
CB Daryl Worley
CB Gareon Conley
S Erik Harris
S Karl Joseph
- QB Derek Carr has passed Hall of Fame QB Ken Stabler to become the Raiders all-time leader in passing yards with 19,196.
- The Raiders defense allowed 32 rushing yards in the contest, marking the fewest rushing yards allowed against the Chiefs in a single contest in franchise history.
- DE Benson Mayowa became the first Raiders player since sacks became an official statistic in 1982 to record at least one sack and one forced fumble in each of his first two games of the season.
- QB Derek Carr
- Carr led the offense down the field on the Raiders’ opening drive of the game, orchestrating a 10-play, 65-yard lasting 4:39 culminating with a 28-yard field goal by K Daniel Carlson.
- On the Raiders’ second scoring drive, Carr orchestrated a six-play, 74-yard drive lasting 2:38 that was capped by WR Tyrell Williams’ four-yard touchdown reception.
- On a 16-yard pass to TE Darren Waller in the second quarter, Carr surpassed Hall of Fame QB Ken Stabler for most passing yards in franchise history with 19,090. Carr’s total is 19,196 for his career.
- Carr finished the day completing 23-of-38 attempts for 198 yards with one touchdown. He also added two carries for 18 yards on the afternoon.
- RB Josh Jacobs
- Jacobs recorded a game-high 99 yards rushing on 12 carries (8.3 avg.), with a 51-yard long. His 51-yard rush marks the longest run by a rookie this season.
- His 51-yard rush is fourth-longest in the NFL this season.
- Jacobs’ 99 rushing yards are the most by a Raiders rookie running back in a single game since 2016, when DeAndre Washington recorded 99 rushing yards in Week 12 against the Colts.
- Jacobs’ 184 yards on the ground through Week 2 of his rookie season rank second-most in franchise history among all rookies through the first two weeks of play, trailing only Darren McFadden’s 210 yards posted in 2008.
- Jacobs currently ranks fourth in the NFL and second in the AFC with 184 rushing yards.
- DE Benson Mayowa
- Mayowa recorded his third sack of the season by taking down QB Patrick Mahomes for a loss of seven yards in the third quarter.
- Mayowa has recorded at least one sack and one forced fumble in consecutive games for the first time in his career, becoming the first Raiders player in franchise history to record at least one sack and one forced fumble in each of his first two games to start the season.
- Mayowa finished the day with three tackles, 1.5 sacks and one forced fumble.
- TE Darren Waller
- Waller has recorded at least 50 receiving yards in each of his first two weeks of the season to become just the third Raiders tight end to do so since 1986 (Todd Christensen - 1986, Brandon Myers - 2012).
- Waller recorded five-plus receptions in back-to-back contests for the first time in his career.
- Three of Waller’s six receptions went for a first down in the contest. Waller’s six receptions for first downs ranks tied for fifth in the NFL among tight ends following today’s game.
- Waller led all Raiders receivers with six receptions for 63 yards (10.5 avg.).
- WR Tyrell Williams
- Williams hauled in a four-yard TD, culminating a six-play, 74-yard drive lasting 2:38 to give the Raiders a 10-0 lead in the first quarter.
- Williams’ TD reception in the contest marks the first time in his career he has recorded at least one TD catch in each of his first two weeks to start a season.
- Williams finished with five receptions for 46 yards (9.2 avg.) and one touchdown.
- K Daniel Carlson converted on a 28-yard field goal and one extra point.
- P A.J. Cole punted six times for 264 yards (44.0 avg.) with a long of 60 yards, placing two punts inside the 20-yard line.