The Oakland Raiders turn around on a short week and stay at home in Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum to face the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2 of the regular season. The matchup will mark the earliest the two clubs have squared off in regular season action since 2009, when the two teams played at Arrowhead Stadium, also in Week 2, and the Raiders escaped with a 13-10 victory. The Chiefs have won the last three contests and hold a 63-52-2 advantage over the Raiders in the all-time regular season series. Kickoff is set for 1:05 p.m. PT this Sunday, Sept. 15 as both teams enter the Week 2 AFC West showdown 1-0.
The Silver and Black opened 2019 on Monday Night Football against the Denver Broncos in Week 1 and left with a 24-16 victory, giving Head Coach Jon Gruden his 100th career regular season win. QB Derek Carr led the team down the field on the opening possession on a 10-play, 72-yard drive that culminated in a TD pass to newcomer WR Tyrell Williams. The team never looked back after scoring on the opening series, as Carr went on to set a new season-opener career-high with a passer rating of 121.0 after completing 84.6 percent of his passes (22-of-26) for 259 yards and one TD. RB Josh Jacobs scored two times on the ground and totaled 85 rushing yards on 23 carries, while Williams ended up tallying his first 100-yard game as a Raider. On the defensive side of the ball, DE Benson Mayowa tallied two sacks and a forced fumble, one of just two players in the NFL to do so in Week 1, and first-round pick DE Clelin Ferrell chipped in with his first career sack.
|Date:||Sunday, September 15, 2019|
|Kickoff:||1:05 p.m. PT|
|Site:||Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum|
|Regular Season:||Chiefs lead, 63-52-2|
|Postseason:||Chiefs lead, 2-1|
With 23 carries for 85 yards and two rushing scores, while adding one reception for 28 yards on Monday Night Football, RB Josh Jacobs became the first player since LaDainian Tomlinson to tally two rushing TDs and 100 yards from scrimmage in his rookie debut. Jacobs also became the first player in franchise history to score two rushing TDs in his NFL debut. He is currently tied for the NFL lead in rushing TDs and ranks eighth in rushing yards with 85 yards. His 85 yards on the ground ranks third in franchise history among all rookies in their NFL debut
|Broadcast Information (Television)|
|Color Analyst:||Tony Romo|
• Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden and Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid spent time on the same coaching staff in Green Bay from 1992-94, serving as a wide receivers coach and tight ends/offensive line coach, respectively.
• Raiders C Rodney Hudson was originally drafted by Kansas City in the second round (55th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft and spent four years with the Chiefs from 2011-2014, playing in 51 games with 35 starts.
• Raiders OL Jordan Devey spent three years with the Chiefs from 2016-18, playing in 17 games with four starts.
• Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy spent time on the same coaching staff at UCLA as Raiders offensive line coach Tom Cable from 2004-05, serving as the running backs coach and offensive coordinator, respectively.
• Chiefs assistant special teams coach Rod Wilson and Raiders assistant special teams coach Byron Storer played together on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2009.
• Raiders DE Arden Key was teammates at LSU with Chiefs RB Darrel Williams from 2015-17.
• Raiders C Rodney Hudson and Chiefs OL Cam Erving teamed together on the offensive line at Florida State in 2010.
• Chiefs LB Dorian O’Daniel was teammates at Clemson with Raiders CB Trayvon Mullen (2016), WR Hunter Renfrew (2014-16) and DE Clelin Ferrell (2015-16).
• Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes and Raiders RB DeAndré Washington were teammates at Texas Tech from 2014-15, earning Big-12 Honorable Mention honors at quarterback and Big-12 First Team honors at running back in 2015, respectively.
• Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid coached at San Francisco State as the offensive coordinator/offensive line coach from 1983-85.
• Chiefs LB Darron Lee and Raiders CB Gareon Conley were teammates at Ohio State from 2013-15.
• Chiefs G Andrew Wylie was teammates at Eastern Michigan with Raiders DE Maxx Crosby in 2016.
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|Raiders Radio Network|
|Color Analyst:||Lincoln Kennedy|
The Chiefs come to town following a Week 1 road victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars by a score of 40-26. Following this week's contest, the Raiders will hit the road to face the Minnesota Vikings and Indianapolis Colts, while kicking off a 49-day stretch away from the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. The Chiefs will return to Kansas City for their first home contest of the season to face the Baltimore Ravens before traveling to Detroit to play the Lions.