Chiefs vs. Riders, Score: Las Vegas leaves plenty of time for Patrick Mahoms

Chiefs vs. Riders, Score: Las Vegas leaves plenty of time for Patrick Mahoms

The rematch between Chiefs and the raiders on “Sunday Night Football” was another penalty shoot-out, but this time Patrick Mahoms and Kansas City lead 35-31.

Las Vegas led 31-28 in the late fourth quarter from a 1-yard touchdown pass from Derek Carr to the narrow end of Jason Witten. The problem was that they left 1:43 on the clock – too much time for Mahomes.

With surgical precision, Mahomes drove seven rounds, 75 yards, all passes and six completed. The final spike was a 22-yard hit to Travis Kelsey wide open in the middle of the end zone with 28 seconds remaining.

Mahomes finished the night with 34 passes of 45 (75.6 percent) 348 yards and two touchdowns, with one interception. Tyreek Hill had 11 catches high for 102 yards and a TD, and Kelce had a 127-yard spike received at eight grips.

The passing game in Kansas City was excellent as usual, but so was the game on the ground. Clyde Edwards Hellyer led the way with 14 gigs for 69 yards and two TDs, while Le’Veon Bell added 25 yards and a TD on seven wagons.

Carr had another great outing against the bosses, completing 23 of 31 passes (74.2 percent) for 275 yards and three TDs, with one interception (which finished off his last Las Vegas drive at the end of the game). Hard to blame him or anyone else for the raiders’ crime; They left a lot of clock time for Mahomes in the end.

Kansas City (9-1) went to three games in Las Vegas (6-4) in West Asia. The Chiefs will travel to Tampa next weekend to face Tom Brady and the Buccaneers, while the Raiders will travel to Atlanta to face the Falcons.

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Chiefs vs. Raiders

Q 1 Q 2 Q3 Q 4 Final
Heads 7 7 7 14 35
Raiders 14 3 14 31

Chiefs vs. Highlights Raiders from ‘Sunday Night Football’

(All times are oriental)

Final: Chiefs 35, Raiders 31

11:26 pm – Objection. Carr throws it to catch it and then Daniel Sorenson chooses it with 19 seconds remaining.

11:23 PM – TOUCHDOWN, bosses. Mahomes buys times with his legs and finds Travis Kelce wide open 22 yards TD above middle. Kansas City led 35-31 28 seconds left. Raiders need to get it in the End Zone now.

11:16 PM – TOUCHDOWN, RAIDERS. Carr creeps into the ball for a one-yard pass to Jason Witten out of all of them. Raiders progressed 31-28 with a 1:43 left to play. Presidents have one deadline remaining.

11:11 PM – 2 minute warning. The forwards possess the ball, second and goal at an 8-yard line.

10:56 PM – TOUCHDOWN, heads. Leveon Bell takes the toll for TD 6 yards and leads Kansas City 28-24 with 5:54 remaining. Another long ride for the Chiefs, that’s 12 plays, 91 yards.

10:41 PM – Punt Raiders. Aguilor couldn’t hold onto Carr’s pass down the right sideline in third. The Chiefs will get the ball back to their 9-yard line after pausing on the return throw, 11:33 left to play.

10:36 p.m. – Pont heads. Nicholas Morrow gives a great play to break Mahomes’ pass in third and long place. The attackers recover the ball in the 32-yard line, and 13:14 remains in regulation.

10:29 PM – TOUCHDOWN, RAIDERS. Carr sprints to find Darren Waller wide open across the middle to score 3 yards in first game in the fourth quarter. Las Vegas advanced 24-21 with 14:54 remaining in this period.

10:25 PM – End of 3Q: 21 Chiefs, 17 Raiders. Las Vegas has the second goal and goal on the 3-yard KC streak to start the fourth quarter.

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10:16 PM – TOUCHDOWN, bosses. The long opening campaign ends with a 14-yard drop managed by Clyde Edwards Hillier and leads Kansas City 21-17 with 6:23 remaining in the third quarter. 16 plays, 93 yards on the drive.

9:46 pm – Objection. Mahomes is caught by Trivon Mullen near the goal line. It appears that there was a misunderstanding between Mahomes and Demarcus Robinson. A missed opportunity for Kansas City. Half: Raiders 17, Chiefs 14.

9:33 PM – Punt Raiders. A drop of Agholor is in second and Carr has to throw it away in third. Chiefs retake the ball at the 13-yard line with 1:24 remaining, and they still have all three timeouts.

9:25 pm – Chief’s Pont. KC is backed up after a second-place face mask penalty and cannot make up the yards. The attackers recover the ball at the 32-yard line, 2:07 left to play the half.

9:15 pm – Field goal, Raiders. Carr couldn’t complete it to Brian Edwards in third place and goal 1. Bench Raiders wanted a pass on the play, and instead took a penalty for unsportsmanlike behavior. Daniel Carlson scored the field goal at 35 yards to give Las Vegas a 17-14 lead with 4:36 remaining in the first half.

9:03 pm – TouchDown, Presidents. Clyde Edwards Hellyer beat her from 3 yards to equalize the match at 14-14, leaving 11:16 in the second quarter.

8:52 PM – TOUCHDOWN, RAIDERS. Derek Carr does a great job luring the defense for a free play and throws it at Nelson Agholor for 17 yards TD as time runs out in the first quarter. End of 1 Q: Raiders 14, Chiefs 7.

8:43 pm – TOUCHDOWN, heads. Patrick Mahomes uses the wrong steering and hits Tyreek Hill on the tow road for an easy 3-yard TD. Hill had five catches for 37 yards in the KC Opening Campaign.

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8:28 PM – TOUCHDOWN, RAIDERS. Josh Jacobs punched her from two yards outside, and Raiders led 7-0 in the opening round, leaving 11:25 in the first quarter.

8:20 pm – Leaders win the lottery. Choose adjournment and the strikers will get the opening match kick off.

Raiders vs. Raiders

All “Sunday Night Football” matches for 2020 have the same start time at 8:20 PM ET. There are Sunday night matches scheduled for every week of the season except for Week 17, although the NFL has the ability to bend the game into the Week 17 “SNF” window.

Sunday Night Football 2020 schedule

Week 1 September. 10 (Thursday) Kansas City Chiefs opposite Houston Texas
September 13 Los Angeles Rams vs the Dallas Cowboys
Week 2 September 20 Seattle Seahawks vs New England Patriots
Week 3 September 27 New Orleans Saints opposite Green Bay Packers
fourth week October 4 San Francisco 49 against the Philadelphia Eagles
The fifth week October 11 Seattle Seahawks vs Minnesota Vikings
the sixth week October 18 San Francisco 49 against Los Angeles Rams
Seventh week October 25 Seattle Seahawks vs. Arizona Cardinals
The eighth week November 1 Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys
Ninth week November 8 Tampa Bay Pirates opposite New Orleans Saints
The tenth week November 15 New England Patriots vs Baltimore Ravens
Week 11 November 22 Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs
Twelfth week November 29 Green Bay Packers vs Chicago Bears
Week 13 December 6 Kansas City Chiefs opposite the Denver Broncos
Fourteenth week December 13th Buffalo Bills opposite Pittsburgh Steelers
The fifteenth week December 20 Dallas Cowboys vs San Francisco 49ers
Sixteenth week December 27 Green Bay Packers vs Tennessee Titans
Seventeenth week January 3 to be announced later on

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