How the Chiefs prevailed over the Raiders in a thriller, 30-29: Live updates

Travis Kelce caught four touchdown receptions from Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs overcame an early 17-point hole and a questionable roughing-the-passer call, and Kansas City continued to dominate the Las Vegas Raiders by holding on to win 30-29.

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The Bosses did it notwithstanding guarded breakdowns, including TD gets of 58 and 48 yards by Davante Adams, and a punishment for roughing on protective tackle Chris Jones that refuted what might have been a turnover before halftime.

Adams’ second TD gathering came just after Kelce’s last score get, when Kansas City (4-1) bombed on 2-point attempt that left the score 30-23. But instead than kick a tying additional point, Bandits mentor Josh McDaniels likewise went for 2, and Josh Jacobs — who had destroyed the Bosses protection the entire evening — was full at the objective line with 4:29 to go.

The Marauders got the ball back one final time with 2:29 left, and a long third-down pass to Adams down the Kansas City sideline seemed to get them in field-objective reach. Yet, the play was explored and Adams neglected to get the two feet in limits, and Carr tossed deficient on fourth-and-1 with 47 seconds left before the Bosses ran out the clock.

Carr wrapped up with 241 yards passing, and Jacobs ran for 133 yards and a score, as the Marauders (1-4) lost to the Bosses for the fourth consecutive time. Daniel Carlson was 3 for 3 on field objectives, stretching out his streak to 38 in succession.

What he could not have possibly allowed for an opportunity at No. 39.

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The round of exciting bends in the road started with the Pillagers neglecting to score on their initial drive interestingly throughout the season.

They compensated for it on the following one.

Confronting fourth-and-crawls an in their own area, McDaniels sent his offense back on the field. Yet rather than run Jacobs up the center, or sneak with Carr, he circulated it out to Adams, who ran past cornerback Rashad Fenton for the 58-yard TD get.

Adams and the Looters kept on singling out Fenton later in the half, when a pass impedance moved Las Vegas profound into Bosses an area. Adams attracted one more punishment on Jaylen Watson the end zone, setting up Jacobs’ short TD plunge.

It was 17-0 when Kelce at last arrived at the end zone for the Bosses, yet maybe the energy had diverted when Jones took Carr from behind and landed him. Be that as it may, regardless of the ball obviously emerging, and the Master Bowl guarded tackle leaving away with it, ref Carl Cheffers tossed a punishment banner and called Jones for roughing the passer.

Bosses mentor Andy Reid stomped off the sideline to contend. Also, after the groups exchanged field objectives the last minutes, leaving the Plunderers ahead 20-10, Reid cornered Cheffers and lit into him again as the groups went to the storage space.

The questionable punishment came day after day problematic roughing call by arbitrator Jerome Boger on Atlanta’s Grady Jarrett against Tampa Sound quarterback Tom Brady fixed the Marauders’ success over the Hawks.

The entire episode appeared to start up the Bosses.

They opened the final part with a 75-yard walk that Kelce covered with his second score gathering. What’s more, after they constrained a speedy dropkick, the Bosses went 57 yards and watched Kelce pull in his third to give Kansas City a 24-20 lead.

Halfway through the final quarter, it was the Bosses getting a punishment gift.

They were driving 24-23 when fill-in kicker Matthew Wright, whose 59-yarder before halftime set the establishment standard for longest field objective, yanked a 37-yarder left. In any case, protective end Malcolm Koonce was called for holding, giving Kansas City a programmed first down, and Mahomes found Kelce by and by four plays later to stretch out the lead to 30-24.

The groups exchanged scores — and missed transformations — down the stretch as the Bosses got away with the success.


Looters: TE Darren Waller left with a hamstring injury in the main half. TE Cultivate Moreau (knee) as of now was inaccessible in spite of getting back to rehearse Saturday.

Bosses: DT Tershawn Wharton (knee) was precluded in the main quarter. … Old Three pointer Smith (pectoral muscle) was idle in the wake of beginning the initial 21 rounds of his vocation. DE Mike Danna (calf) and K Harrison Butker (lower leg) likewise were dormant.


The Pillagers get one week from now off prior to confronting the Texans on Oct. 23 in Las Vegas.

The Bosses have the Bills on Sunday in a rematch of January’s season finisher extra time thrill ride.

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