Highlights: Raiders hang with the Chiefs, but unable to complete come-from-behind win

We've got four games left, Raider Nation.

Sunday the Oakland Raiders played host to the Kansas City Chiefs at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, but were unable to complete the come-from-behind win. The Silver and Black eventually fell to their AFC West rival 40-33, but they never gave up from start to finish.

Here are the best highlights from the Raiders' Week 13 outing:

Linebacker Tahir Whitehead got the game started with a big play on the first drive of the game.

Wide receiver Jordy Nelson got his afternoon started with a 24-yard reception.

Derek Carr became the Raiders' second-leading passer all-time Sunday.

Jalen Richard might be the most elusive player on the Raiders, and he showed off his shifty feet against the Chiefs.

Richard got loose once again, this time with a 23-yard scamper.

Jared Cook is making his case for a Pro Bowl bid, and he continues to make grown-man moves on the field.

Nelson had a quiet 97 yards receiving in Week 13, and this 20-yard reception was impressive.

Tight end Lee Smith caught his first touchdown since 2015.

Rookie wide out Marcell Ateman demonstrated his physicality with this touchdown catch.

Carr dropped a pretty pass to Cook in the back of the end zone.

Here are all of Carr's highlights from Sunday's game.

Take a look at some of Jordy's best receptions against the Chiefs.

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