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2017 Schedule
5-2, 1st in AFC West
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Source: Peters wants to talk on Lynch's behalf

If he can make it work with his schedule, Marcus Peters wants to speak on Marshawn Lynch's behalf at his hearing to appeal his suspension, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Nolan and Le Batard debate if the Chiefs are good (0:34)
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Raiders' Penn: Lynch protecting Peters in melee

Raiders left tackle Donald Penn said Marshawn Lynch was protecting Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters when Lynch ran onto the field in the middle of a melee Thursday night.


HQ reacts to Marshawn Lynch charging the field.

Dan Le Batard, Papi, and Katie Nolan react to Marshawn Lynch charging the field during last night's TNF action, question if the Chiefs are out of gas, discuss Beverley vs. Ball and more.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Tuens out Mike Mitchell's biggest fine came on the Charcandrick West hit, not the Alex Smith hit. *Mitchell: $48,620 (West, unnecessary roughness, repeat offender), $9,115 (unnecessary roughness, Smith) *Bud Dupree: $24,309 (unnecessary roughness) *Le'veon Bell: $12,154 (excessive celebration) Total: $94,198

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

After losing to the Raiders last night, the Chiefs dropped to No. 2 in FPI's rankings. The Patriots took over the top spot. The model also upgraded Oakland's rating by 1.2 points per game after surpassing expectations against Kansas City.

ESPN Stats & Info

Smith is finding success with deep ball

Although the Chiefs lost 31-30 to the Raiders on Thursday, QB Alex Smith continued his impressive start to the season. The 33-year-old had 342 passing yards and went 4-for-4 on throws of 20 or more yards, including two TDs.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs wasted the chance Thursday night to command the AFC West race.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs coach Andy Reid defended Marcus Peters after the cornerback was penalized for unnecessary roughness for his hit on Oakland quarterback Derek Carr. “He's a runner,'' Reid said of Carr. “That was a QB draw play. Once you do that you're declared a runner until that whistle blows. He was playing and I'm not going to knock him for that . . . Once he's (running), he's no different than a running back. That's the rule.''

Murray says he needs to 'get in a better position to make a play' (0:40)
Woody says he's never seen a game like Chiefs-Raiders (1:30)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt didn't find the end zone tonight, but he produced 117 total yards and 15.7 fantasy points (PPR scoring) vs. the Raiders. The rookie rushed for 87 yards (18 carries) and added another 30 yards receiving on four catches. Hunt continues to rack up consistent numbers and high-volume touches in the Kansas City offense.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill caught six passes for 125 yards and a TD. The scoring play? A straight go route. Win with speed. Hill also added seven yards rushing on two carries (jet sweeps) and finished with 25.2 fantasy points (PPR scoring).

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Carr was second in fantasy scoring tonight with 30.2 points. The Raiders quarterback threw for 417 yards (29-of-52) and three touchdowns -- including the game winner on the sprint-out concept to Michael Crabtree.


Raiders score on final play to beat Chiefs 31-30

Derek Carr threw a 2-yard touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree on the final play after the game was extended by two straight penalties and the Oakland Raiders snapped a four-game losing streak with a 31-30 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Amari Cooper had a breakout game for the Raiders tonight...11 receptions, 210 yards and two touchdowns. That's good for 44 fantasy points (PPR scoring).

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Smart call on the game-winner for the Raiders. Move the pocket with Derek Carr and target Michael Crabtree in the end zone. And how about the throw from Carr? Low and to the outside. Excellent ball placement. The DB in coverage can't make that play.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs have allowed 280 yards to the Raiders in the first half, but they're ahead by six points. That's due to some good offense of their own (257 yards, 20 points). So this game appears destined to become a shootout with each side hoping it's the one that has the ball at the end.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch could be looking at a loss of more than $100,000 for that ridiculous display. First, Lynch is subject to a minimum fine of $30,387 for making contact with an official during that melee. That he came off the bench to join the fight makes him a candidate to be suspended, as well. That would cost him a game check of $79,411.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Peters and Marshawn Lynch are close. Both are from Oakland. Peters has called Lynch a cousin, though they aren't blood relatives. But Lynch is a mentor to Peters.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Ridiculous speed from Tyreek Hill on the deep ball. With no safety help over the top, Hill is going to win that matchup vs. off-man coverage. 64 yards on the score.

Team Stats

Passing Yards263.45th
Rushing Yards129.07th
Points For29.62nd
Points Against23.0Tied-19th

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