Las Vegas Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs Live Game Updates – Sports Illustrated

  • October 11, 2022

The Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) are taking on the Kansas City Chiefs (3-1) at Arrowhead Stadium today.
The Raiders are looking to remain in the won column, and enter their bye week ona two-game win streak.
Coach Josh McDaniels spoke about how difficult it is to defend against the likes of Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs quarterback.  "He's going to make some plays. That's not going to be a mystery. There's going to be some things that he does in the game, he's a great player." 
McDaniels added, "Try to make them have to earn everything that they get. But, again, you can't get discouraged because he makes a great play. I mean there's probably going to be a few of those. That's why it's a team sport and we're going to have to come back and score some points on our end too. It's just one of those things that you're going to have to live with sometimes."
Remember the rule of five. If the Las Vegas Raiders win that key statistical battle, the game is over. For those who don't remember it, it has to do with sacks and turnovers. If the Raiders have three sacks and give up two, that means they are plus one. If they then get four turnovers and give up only one, that means they are plus three. That would give them a plus-four for the day. They want to get to a plus-five ratio every game. Teams that reach the rule of five scenarios win 91 percent of their NFL games on average.
I asked McDaniels about the importance of his defenders maintaining gap integrity against an offense that masters misdirection.  “Really important. We use the phrase ‘eye candy’. They want you to look over here and then all of a sudden, the ball is over here and your kind of like, ‘What happened?’" 
McDaniels expounded adding, "What's always impressed me is how precise they are and how detailed they are when they do those things. Look, players like to run things that are fun. They enjoy that. Andy has always been somebody that you, as an offensive coach, watch their things and you say, 'Can we steal that from them? Or would we call that?' And some things are no, you don't feel comfortable enough."
Here’s how to watch it:
TV: ESPN
Venue: Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium
Kick-Off: 5:15 PM PDT / 8:15 PM EDT
ESPN is the host of Monday’s primetime game on Monday Night Football. The booth features Joe Buck on Play-by-play and Troy Aikman as color analyst. Please check your local TV provider for further channel information. You can also catch tomorrow’s game on FuboTV by using the link here.
In addition, if you are located in-market, Raiders.com on mobile devices and the Raiders Official app will carry tomorrow’s game. The Raiders app is available on both iOS and Android devices.
Radio: KOMP 92.3 FM/Raider Nation Radio 920 AM
Today’s game will air on both KOMP 92.3 FM and Raider Nation Radio 920 AM, the latter as the flagship radio station for all Raiders games.
Jason Horowitz replaces Brent Musburger in the booth for play-by-play beginning this season. Horowitz most recently called Army Football games for CBS Sports Network and covered both Westwood One’s NCAA Football and Basketball coverage for the past 13 years. His color analyst is former All-Pro tackle, Lincoln Kennedy, who returns for the third season running.
In addition, the Raiders have affiliate stations throughout the nation. Click on the link here for more details.
Here is a link to our exclusive analytics that allows you all of the in-depth analysis of the game as it happens.  YOU CAN CLICK HERE.
Today’s game will also be available to listen live on the Official Raiders mobile app.
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START OF FIRST QUARTER: 
PENALTY: Chop block called on Raiders. Penalty results in 14 yards. Will be 2nd and 21. 
SCORING UPDATE #1: Raiders Derek Carr passes to Davante Adams for a 58-yard touchdown. PAT is Good. Raiders lead 7-0 with 8:27 left to go in the first quarter. 
TIMEOUT: Chiefs take their first timeout of the first half. Raiders lead 7-0. 
END OF FIRST QUARTER: Raiders lead 7-0, and will have the ball, 3rd and 4, from the Chiefs 42-yard line. 
START OF SECOND QUARTER: 
PENALTY: Pass interference called on Chiefs. Results in an automatic first down. 
PENALTY: Pass interference called on Chiefs. Raiders will have the ball at the one-yard line. 
SCORING UPDATE #2: Raiders Josh Jacobs runs for a one-yard touchdown. PAT is Good. Raiders lead 14-0 with 14:00 left to go in the first half. 
TIMEOUT: Raiders take their first timeout of the first half with 4th down coming up. 
SCORING UPDATE #3: 53-yard field goal attempt by Raiders placekicker Daniel Carlson is Good. Raiders lead 17-0 with 9:22 left to go in the first half. 
SCORING UPDATE #4: Chiefs Patrick Mahomes passes to Travis Kelce for a one-yard touchdown. PAT is Good. Raiders lead 17-7 with 4:40 left to go in the first half. 
PENALTY: Holding called on Raiders. 10-yard penalty. Remains 2nd down. 
TIMEOUT: Raiders take their second timeout of the first half. They lead 17-7. 
TWO-MINUTE WARNING: Raiders lead 17-7, and will have the ball, 2nd and 8, at their own 46-yard line. 
PENALTY: Roughing the passer called on the Chiefs. 15-yard penalty results in an automatic 1st down. 
SCORING UPDATE #5: 50-yard field goal attempt by Raiders placekicker Daniel Carlson is Good. Raiders lead 20-7 with 17 seconds to go in the first half. 
PENALTY: Personal foul called on Raiders. 15-yard penalty results in an automatic 1st down. 
SCORING UPDATE #6: 59-yard field goal attempt by Chiefs placekicker Matthew Wright is Good. Raiders lead 20-10 at halftime. 
HALFTIME: Raiders lead 20-10. Chiefs will have the ball to start the second half. 

It's hard to imagine any fans of the Las Vegas Raiders expected a first half that could have gone much better than that. 
On the road against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Raiders were able to control the vast majority of the first half. 
They've controlled the line of scrimmage on both sides of the ball, with running back Josh Jacobs averaging 5.6 yards per carry. 
Quarterback Derek Carr has had enough time to complete 71.4 percent of his passes, including a 58-yard touchdown to wide receiver Davante Adams on fourth down. 
The Raiders offense has also benefitted from several penalties against the Chiefs.
Their second touchdown drive featured Adams drawing two pass interference penalties, and a Chiefs strip sack was negated by a roughing the passer call. 
The Raiders have done their part to take advantage, which is why they have a 10-point lead at halftime. 
Defensively, pass rushers Maxx Crosby and Chandler Jones have done their job in making Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes uncomfortable. 
Crosby has two sacks in the game, and the Raiders defense have been able to make Mahomes settle for short gains. 
If they can continue to limit him in the second half, the Raiders have a shot at pulling off a big road upset. 

START OF THIRD QUARTER: 
PENALTY: Illegal contact called on Raiders. Five-yard penalty results in an automatic 1st down. 
SCORING UPDATE #7: Chiefs Patrick Mahomes passes to Travis Kelce for a four-yard touchdown. PAT is Good. Raiders lead 20-17 with 9:25 left to go in the third quarter. 
PENALTY: Pass interference called on Raiders. 10-yard penalty. Remains 1st down. 
PENALTY: Delay of game called on Raiders. Five-yard penalty. Remains 1st down. 
PENALTY: Intentional grounding called on Raiders. Will be 3rd down, half the distance to the goal. 
SCORING UPDATE #8: Chiefs Travis Kelce catches a eight-yard touchdown pass. PAT is Good. Chiefs lead 24-20 with 3:20 left to go in the third quarter. 
END OF THIRD QUARTER: Chiefs lead 24-20. Raiders will have the ball, 2nd and 21, at the Chiefs 33-yard line. 
START OF FOURTH QUARTER: 
SCORING UPDATE #9: 47-yard field goal attempt by Raiders placekicker Daniel Carlson is Good. Chiefs lead 24-23 with 14:05 left to go in the game. 
PENALTY: False start called on Chiefs. Five-yard penalty. Remains 3rd down. 
PENALTY: Illegal motion called on Chiefs. Five-yard penalty. Remains 3rd down. 
PENALTY: Holding called on Raiders. Five-yard penalty results in an automatic 1st down. 
SCORING UPDATE #10: Chiefs Travis Kelce catches a one-yard touchdown. Two-point attempt is no good. Chiefs lead 30-23 with 7:25 left to go in the game. 
SCORING UPDATE #11: Raiders Davante Adams catches a 48-yard touchdown. No-point attempt is no good. Chiefs lead 30-29 with 4:27 left to go in the game. 
TWO-MINUTE WARNING: Chiefs lead 30-29. Raiders will have the ball, 1st and 10, at their own 23-yard line. 
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