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By Josh Alper

When Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch sprinted off the sideline to join a scuffle that started after Raiders offensive linemen Donald Penn and Kelechi Osemele took offense to Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters hit Derek Carr late, the immediate thought was that Lynch was also upset about the hit. Lynch wound up being ejected for grabbing [more]
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By Michael David Smith

Some questionable calls went against the Chiefs in their 31-30 loss to the Raiders last night, but Kansas City coach Andy Reid didn’t want to talk about it afterward. A long touchdown catch by Amari Cooper was initially flagged for offensive pass interference, but the officials decided to pick up the flag without explaining why. [more]
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By Josh Alper

One of the constants during the first six weeks of the Raiders season was subpar production from wide receiver Amari Cooper. After two seasons leading the way for the Raiders passing game, Cooper was in a major rut. He had a three-game stretch with four catches for 23 yards and only had 18 catches for [more]
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By Mike Florio

Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch made an early exit from Thursday night’s game against the Chiefs. He did not make an early exit from the stadium. Contrary to multiple reports that Lynch made like a tree and got out of the Oakland Coliseum after he ran in from the sidelines to defend quarterback Derek Carr, [more]
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By matthewschiefs

1. Got the short end of the stick in this one. THe push-off TD the turnover that was disallowed on a BS call. This one was just frustrating. Chiefs hurt themselves some to but They got the better end of the officials tonight and it impacted the game and the outcome makes it all the more aggravating

2. The offense outside of a play here or there was just outstanding tonight. They did their part to win that game. That hasn’t happened a lot over the last few years but tonight they were the better side of the football and Read more…

By Charean Williams

CBS sideline reporter Tracy Wolfson reported that two Raiders players got into a pushing match on the sideline. Wide receiver Michael Crabtree and offensive tackle Donald Penn exchanged shoves and words before assistant coach Mike Tice broke it up. Crabtree had two catches for 22 yards in the first half as the Raiders trailed 20-14. [more]
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By Charean Williams

Alex Smith threw 15 touchdowns last season. His 15th touchdown pass of this season came in the third quarter Thursday. His career high was the 23 touchdowns he threw in 2013. The Raiders took a 21-20 lead on the first possession of the second half, with DeAndre Washington scoring on a 4-yard run to complete [more]
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