Highlights From The Oakland Raiders Showdown With The Chiefs

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Running Back Latavius Murray

Thursday night, the Oakland Raiders suffered a tough loss to their division rival, the Kansas City Chiefs. In the brisk 22 degree weather, the Silver and Black fell to the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium 21-13. The Raiders trailed for a majority of the game, and were unable to get much of anything going on offense.

All of the Chiefs scoring came in the second quarter, as the Raiders defense was able to shut them out the rest of the game, but it didn't matter. Per usual, defensive end Khalil Mack made his presence felt, securing a strip sack on quarterback Alex Smith, as well as being aggressive in stopping the run.

Defensively, the team played a nice game forcing a pair of takeaways, and the special teams unit contributed as well with a fumble recovery on a muffed punt return. The opportunities seemed to be there, but the Silver and Black were unable to capitalize.

Let's take a look back at some of the highlights from the Thursday night showdown.

**On the Raiders first punt of the game, the special teams unit recovers a muffed punt by Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

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**Wide receiver Amari Cooper shows off the impressive toe-drag for a Raiders first down.

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**Sebastian Janikowski connects on a field goal for his 10th career 100-plus point season.

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**Derek Carr completes the 18-yard pass to tight end Clive Walford for a first down.

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**Running back Latavius Murray pounds the football into the end zone for the 1-yard score.

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**Cornerback TJ Carrie picks off quarterback Alex Smith to force the Chiefs second turnover of the game.

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**Khalil Mack puts the moves on Chiefs offensive lineman Eric Fisher to strip sack Smith.

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**Carr finds wide receiver Seth Roberts for a 13-yard reception.

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**Here are the highlights from Murray's outing against the Chiefs.

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**Below are all of the highlights from the Raiders game against the Chiefs.

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