Raiders vs. Chiefs final score, results: Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce lead Kansas City to wild comeback win vs. Las Vegas – Sporting News

  • October 11, 2022

The Chiefs and Raiders battled it out in a wild, thrilling and controversial game on “Monday Night Football.” When the dust settled, it was the Chiefs who ended up victorious by the slimmest of margins. 
The Raiders came flying out of the gates, surging to a 17-0 lead in the first half.
Derek Carr found Davante Adams on a deep ball on 4th and 1 to open the scoring. Then, Josh Jacobs powered his way into the end zone to extend the lead in the second quarter. 
But fans watching on probably knew not to count out Kansas City just yet. 
Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce caught fire, with the duo connecting for four touchdowns on the night. It was a new career-high for the tight end, who turned 33 just a few days ago.
Several questionable calls by the officials also nearly changed the outcome of the game.
First, a bizarre roughing the passer call against Kansas City’s Chris Jones negated a fumble and led to a Raiders field goal late in the first half. It left Andy Reid and the Chiefs’ fans at Arrowhead Stadium livid. 
MORE: Jones’ controversial roughing the passer call sparks another NFL rules debate
Later, the Raiders were called for a brutal defensive holding penalty on a Chiefs field goal attempt in the fourth quarter. The attempt missed wide left, and what would have been an empty possession for Kansas City ultimately turned into a touchdown just a few plays later.
The Raiders still had the ball with a chance to take the lead in the final moments, but their hopes were dashed when Adams and Hunter Renfrow collided on 4th down, resulting in an incompletion. 
The Sporting News was tracking live scoring updates and highlights from Raiders vs. Chiefs. Here are all the key moments you might have missed from the “Monday Night Football” matchup.
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(All times Eastern)
11:33 p.m. — That does it for our live coverage. The Chiefs move to 4-1 with a thrilling 30-29 win over their division rivals, the Raiders. 
11:28 p.m. — Wow. That was a heck of a football game. There were so many pivotal moments that could have altered the outcome. In the end, maybe the biggest one of them all was that back-breaking defensive holding penalty on Las Vegas that turned an empty Chiefs possession into a touchdown. On the other hand, if the Raiders had won by a field goal the scrutiny would have been on the bad roughing the passer call in the first half. 
11:27 p.m. FINAL — It’s all over. Kansas City kneels out the clock to secure the win. 
11:23 p.m. TURNOVER ON DOWNS — The Raiders go for another deep shot on 4th down, but Renfrow and Adams collide on their routes and the pass falls incomplete! The Chiefs are going to hang on to win this game!
The Raiders’ wide receivers ran into each other!

Chiefs win, 30-29. 🏈 #MNF
11:21 p.m. — Adams couldn’t quite get both feet down and the pass is incomplete. That sets up 4th and 1 with the game on the line. 
11:18 p.m. — Hunter Renfrow makes a catch with 51 seconds remaining and the Raiders use their last timeout. On 3rd and 1, Carr makes a beautiful throw down the right sideline to Adams, who hauls it in — but he may have been out of bounds. The play is under review. 
11:17 p.m. — The Raiders got a bit lucky there, it looks like the officials may have missed an offensive holding call. But after no whistle, the drive continues and Jacobs picks up another first down. 
11:13 p.m. TWO-MINUTE WARNING — Buckle up, this could be a wild finish. Here’s the situation: It’s Raiders ball on their own 23-yard line. They have one timeout remaining with two minutes left on the clock. They trail by just one, so a score of any kind will give them the lead. Let’s see what happens, shall we?
11:10 p.m. — The Raiders have to start using their timeouts with less than three minutes on the clock. On 3rd and 3, Mahomes throws deep for Hardman but it’s too long and that will more than likely force a punt. The Raiders will get the ball back down by one point with plenty of time left. 
11:06 p.m. — Mahomes connects with Skyy Moore on 1st down for a nice gain of 19 yards. With just about four minutes left, the Chiefs could seal the deal on this drive by working the clock, scoring points or both. 
11:02 p.m. — And here we go, the Raiders are leaving their offense on the field. They’ll go for two and the lead. Another risky call by McDaniels. Josh Jacobs gets the handoff but he’s STOPPED. Kansas City keeps the lead by one point. 
11:00 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — OH. MY. GOODNESS. DAVANTE ADAMS AGAIN. On another big 3rd down play, Carr steps up in the pocket and tosses a bomb downfield to Adams, who makes the catch for his second touchdown of the night. What a huge play! 

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10:58 p.m. — Facing a pivotal 3rd and 5, Carr tosses to Brandon Bolden, who muscles his way for a first down.
10:55 p.m. — Well, that was a huge swing. The Raiders’ defense finally got the stop it needed, only for a costly penalty to send it right back on the field. With about seven minutes left, Vegas trails by seven points.
10:53 p.m. — Kansas City goes for two to try and make it a two-possession game but Mahomes’ pass is batted down and the try is unsuccessful.
10:52 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — TRAVIS KELCE IS UNSTOPPABLE. He catches his FOURTH touchdown pass of the night. Just a titanic performance by Patrick Mahomes’ favorite red zone target. 
FOUR TDs for @Tkelce ‼️

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10:50 p.m. — The field goal try is NO GOOD. But hang on. The officials are going to call a defensive holding penalty on Las Vegas and that will give the Chiefs a free first down. What a huge break there — just when it looked like they were going to come up empty on this drive, they get another crack at the end zone. 
This was the holding call on Koonce…#LVvsKC #Raiders
10:48 p.m. — The Chiefs quickly find themselves in another 3rd and long situation, and this time they can’t convert. Mahomes has to throw it out the back of the end zone with the blitz in his face. Field goal try upcoming.
10:44 p.m. — Facing 3rd and 15, the Chiefs come up big as Mahomes finds Hardman for a gain of 36 yards. Huge play to keep the momentum on their side. The Raiders’ defense simply cannot get off the field.
10:41 p.m. — In case you missed it, ESPN commentator Troy Aikman got himself into hot water earlier with a comment on the controversial roughing the passer call. He said the NFL should “take the dresses off.” 
10:39 p.m. FIELD GOAL — The kick is good from 49 yards. Carlson has been money tonight. We have a one-point game in Kansas City.
10:37 p.m. — On 3rd and 17, Carr heaves it to the end zone into double coverage and it falls incomplete. That was a risky throw and it could easily have been picked. Carlson will come on for another field goal try, but the Chiefs defense holds to preserve the lead. 
10:33 p.m. — What a game so far. Time to see whether Las Vegas is capable of hanging with this Kansas City offense for four quarters. 
10:32 p.m. — Carr gets dropped for a big loss on 1st down to set up 2nd and 21. That’ll take us to the end of the quarter. 
10:31 p.m. — McDaniels decides to go back to running the football with Jacobs and immediately it pays off. Jacobs explodes down the right sideline for a gain of 37 yards on first down. The Raiders quickly have the ball back on the Chiefs’ side of the field. 
Another BIG gain for Josh Jacobs 💪

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10:25 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — KELCE AGAIN. That’s his third touchdown of the night — a career-high — and it gives the Chiefs their first lead! An incredible comeback after being down 17-0 earlier. 

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10:23 p.m. — Smith-Schuster makes another grab to push Kansas City inside the 5-yard line, but Mahomes gets sacked on the following play. 
10:20 p.m. — On 3rd and 8, Mahomes finds Mecole Hardman down the right sideline. He breaks a tackle and scurries ahead for a gain of 28 yards. After a Mahomes scramble on the ensuing play, the Chiefs are back in the red zone. 
10:13 p.m. — The Raiders’ offense starts the half in sloppy fashion with two straight penalties. That sets up 1st and 25 from their own 10-yard line. After an intentional grounding call, Josh McDaniels plays it safe with a run on 3rd and long. The Chiefs will get the ball back with a chance to tie or take the lead. 
10:12 p.m. — Darren Waller has been ruled out for the rest of this game due to a hamstring injury after playing just 6 snaps. That won’t make his fantasy owners happy…
10:07 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — It’s Kelce again! He secures his second touchdown of the night on a quick pass near the goal line. Wright banks the extra point in off the side of the upright. That’s 10 straight points for the Chiefs on either side of halftime. 
Mahomes to Kelce TD part 2 👀

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10:06 p.m. — Smith-Schuster gets involved with a catch inside the Vegas 5-yard line. That’ll set up 1st and goal for Kansas City. 
10:04 p.m. — The Chiefs start with a few nice gains, moving the ball to near midfield. On 3rd and 8, Mahomes throws a strike to Valdes-Scantling for a big first down.
10:00 p.m. START OF SECOND HALF — The Chiefs will receive the ball first out of halftime. 
9:55 p.m. — That brutal roughing the passer penalty comes just one day after a similar call for a tackle on Tom Brady went viral. Two bad calls in short succession for the same foul. 
MORE: Roughing the passer call against Chiefs sparks another NFL rules debate
9:50 p.m. — Whew. That was a wild end to the half. All the discussion will be about that very questionable call to set up a Vegas field goal, but let’s not forget the Raiders played a great half and deserve to be on top right now. 
Do you agree with this roughing the passer call? 🤔

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9:47 p.m. FIELD GOAL — The kick is GOOD from 59 yards out. Wright redeems himself after an earlier miss. At least Chiefs fans have something to cheer as we head to halftime. 

Que paulada de Matthew Wright! #ChiefsKingdom

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9:46 p.m. — Another completion to McKinnon moves KC to the far edge of potential field goal range. They’ll bring on Wright to try a long attempt to close out the half.
9:45 p.m. — The fans in Arrowhead are still raining boos on the officials even as their team begins another drive. Vegas gets penalized for a face mask to move the Chiefs close to midfield. 
9:42 p.m. FIELD GOAL — The Raiders can’t get any further after they were gifted that first down. They settle for a field goal try, which Carlson knocks through from 50 yards out. 
9:40 p.m. — Still trying to make sense of that call. Kansas City’s Chris Jones landed on top of Carr, but otherwise it looked like a totally clean play. The Chiefs rightfully feel very hard done by. 
Chris Jones was called for roughing the passer on this play. #MNF
9:37 p.m. — Wild sequence there. On 3rd and 8, Carr is pressured and sacked from behind, coughing up the ball in the process. The Chiefs recover and think they have a takeaway, but instead the officials call roughing the passer to give Vegas a first down. The fans in Arrowhead are absolutely livid — and for good reason. That was a bizarre call. 
9:31 p.m. TWO-MINUTE WARNING — With two minutes left in the half, Las Vegas has the ball near midfield looking to extend the lead. 
9:28 p.m. — Another nice Jacobs run picks up 9 yards to start the Raiders back up again, but a 2nd down holding call moves them backwards. On 3rd and 6, Carr zips it to Adams. He fumbles it out of bounds, but he had control of the ball before it came out and that’ll be enough for a first down.
9:22 p.m.TOUCHDOWN — Edwards-Helaire thinks he scored, but he gets ruled down just short of the goal line after review. On the next play, Mahomes connects with his favorite target Travis Kelce for the Chiefs’ first score of the night. That was a crucial drive for KC. 
A familiar combo for 6. 🙌@PatrickMahomes | @tkelce

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9:20 p.m. — Mahomes threads the needle and finds Valdes-Scantling again to move inside the Raiders’ 10-yard line. 
9:16 p.m. — The Chiefs face another quick 3rd and 10, but this time they convert on a pass to Valdes-Scantling. That was a desperately needed first down. Two plays later, McKinnon takes off for a tough 30-yard run. Kansas City is moving. 
9:13 p.m. — Injury update: Raiders Darren Waller has been on the sideline for the last few Raiders possessions with an apparent hamstring injury. We’ll see if he makes it back on the field tonight.
9:11 p.m. FIELD GOAL — Daniel Carlson is money from 53 yards out and the Raiders put more points on the board. Who saw this coming? 
Enquanto isso, o kicker dos @Raiders, Daniel Carlson, bota lá dentro de 53 jardas! #RaiderNation

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9:09 p.m. — After an incompletion, a short throw to Hunter Renfrow picks up just 2 yards and brings up 3rd and 8. Carr tosses it to Jacobs, who gets stopped a yard shy of a first down. The Raiders briefly keep their offense on the field, but they call timeout and will send in the kicker.
9:07 p.m. — Josh Jacobs continues to feast on the ground. He rips off runs of 13 and 21 yards to start the Raiders’ drive and move the ball across midfield. 
9:05 p.m. — Kansas City is in desperate need of some points now. A run by Isaiah Pacheco to start the drive does nothing before a 2nd down toss to Travis Kelce pick up 6 yards. On 3rd and 4, Mahomes looks for Jerick McKinnon, but it hits the turf incomplete. That’s another three-and-out. Alarm bells might be starting to ring in Chiefs Kingdom. 
8:57 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — Josh Jacobs powers his way in for a touchdown and the Raiders extend their lead. What a start for Las Vegas in a hostile road environment. 
Josh Jacobs for 6️⃣ @iAM_JoshJacobs

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8:56 p.m. — The Raiders lose a chunk of yardage on 1st down, but another throw to Adams in the end zone draws yet another pass interference penalty. This time it was the rookie Jaylen Watson at fault. It’ll be 1st and goal from the 1-yard line. 
8:55 p.m. — On the first play of the second quarter, Carr goes deep for Adams once again and it draws a defensive pass interference call. That’ll move the Raiders inside the red zone.
8:52 p.m. — Jacobs continues to be effective on the ground as he trundles for another first down. That’ll be the final play of the first quarter. 
8:47 p.m. — The Raiders start the ensuing drive with a couple of handoffs to Josh Jacobs, who picks up 6 yards. Then, Carr finds Hunter Renfrow on 3rd down to *just barely* move the chains. They brought the marker out for a measurement and it was a matter of inches. Maybe even millimeters. 
8:43 p.m. — The kick is NO GOOD. Wright sends it wide right from 41 yards out. He’s filling in tonight for the Chiefs due to Harrison Butker’s continued absence with a sprained ankle. Missed opportunity for KC. 
8:42 p.m. — A pair of passes intended for JuJu Smith-Schuster both fall incomplete to bring up 3rd and 10. The Raiders send a heavy blitz and Mahomes is forced to toss it into the ground. That’ll set up a field goal try for Matthew Wright.
8:40 p.m. — After a pass to Marquez Valdes-Scantling moves the chains again, Mahomes scrambles for a big pick up on 2nd down to move down to the Vegas 23-yard line. The Kansas City offense is starting to find its rhythm.
8:35 p.m. — Mahomes starts the drive with three straight completions to push forward to around midfield. 
8:32 p.m. — After a dull first few minutes, that huge play came out of absolutely nowhere. The Raiders have the lead on the road and it’s now up to the Chiefs to respond.
8:29 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — OH WOW. What a call by McDaniels! Carr heaves it deep down the field for Davante Adams, who has nothing but empty field ahead of him. He hauls it in and sprints into the end zone for an improbable 58-yard touchdown!
CARR. ADAMS. @Raiders are on the board first.

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8:27 p.m. — Brandon Bolden makes the catch on 3rd down and fights for extra yards, but he is short of the line to gain. However, it looks like Josh McDaniels will be aggressive and try to go for this on 4th and 1 at his own 42-yard line.
8:25 p.m. — The Raiders have the ball back but Carr is immediately sacked for a big loss. A decent gain on 2nd down sets up 3rd and 3, but an illegal block penalty on the ensuing play pushes it back to 3rd and 13. 
8:22 p.m. — Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense starts the night from their own 21-yard line. Clyde Edwards-Helaire picks up a couple yards on 1st down before an incompletion on 2nd. On 3rd and 8, Maxx Crosby breaks loose and wraps up Mahomes for an early sack. That’ll be a three-and-out.
Maxx Crosby didn’t take long to announce his presence 😤 @CrosbyMaxx

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8:19 p.m. — Las Vegas fails to covert on 3rd and 21. Here comes the punting team.
8:18 p.m. — The Raiders’ offense gets off to a shaky start after a chop block penalty backs them up on the second play from scrimmage. One play later, Carr goes deep down the right sideline for Mack Hollins and it hits the receiver in the chest but he can’t hang on. That could have been a big gain.
8:16 p.m. — Matthew Wright boots it for a touchback and we are underway. 
8:14 p.m. — The Raiders will receive the ball first. The crowd at Arrowhead is electric as usual and kickoff is just moments away. It’s a beautiful night for football in the midwest.
8:10 p.m. — Patrick Mahomes takes the field in KC. He was stellar last week against the Bucs and he’ll be looking to keep that momentum rolling tonight.
The home crowd is making noise for @PatrickMahomes. 🔥

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7:48 p.m. — Derek Carr getting loose. He’s 6-3 in his career on “Monday Night Football” and the Raiders have won 5 of their last 6 Monday night games. Can they make it 6 of 7 tonight?
QB1 🫡@derekcarrqb | #RaiderNation
7:37 p.m. — Kansas City’s Justin Reid was out playing catch with the fans at Arrowhead ahead of kickoff. 
Justin Reid, man of the people. @JustinqReid

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The Raiders and Chiefs will kick off at 8:15 p.m. ET (7:15 p.m. local time) from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. 
The “Monday Night Football” game will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will be handling commentary. Lisa Salters will report from the sideline. 
There will be no “Manningcast” featuring Peyton and Eli Manning for this game.
Viewers in the U.S. can also live stream the game with fuboTV, which offers a free trial. Viewers in Canada can watch with DAZN, which features every NFL game.


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