Raiders' Marshawn Lynch ejected for contact with official

Raiders' Marshawn Lynch ejected for contact with official

Raiders' Marshawn Lynch ejected for contact with official

This time they will play an AFC West rival, the Oakland Raiders, on Thursday Night Football. Giorgio Tavecchio kicked the extra point to give the Raiders a 31-30 victory.

Lynch has rushed for 266 yards and two touchdowns in seven games. On the first, Cooper appeared to push Terrance Mitchell but the officials picked up the flag and gave Cooper the 38-yard TD.

Alex Smith threw for 342 yards and three touchdowns but it wasn't enough for the Chiefs (5-2). He should be the frontrunner in the MVP race, and this game only adds to his extensive resume. After a short run, Tyreek Hill beat David Amerson for a 64-yard touchdown pass that gave the Chiefs their first 99-yard drive since doing it December 3, 2006, against Cleveland. Kareem Hunt added 87 yards on the ground.

It all started when Oakland quarterback Derek Carr was hit late on a run by Kansas City's Marcus Peters midway through the second quarter.

Lynch then sprinted onto the field from the sidelines and immediately inserted himself into the brawl, shoving multiple Chiefs players. Lynch got a personal foul and was ejected for making contact with the official.

The action was slowing down until Lynch made a decision to take his frustration out on the ones breaking it up. It was a Beast Mode moment, but Lynch had to pay the price. An offensive pass interference on Crabtree wiped out another touchdown on the next play. The Raiders had one more chance to score and it was incomplete pass to Cook.

But holding calls on Ron Parker and Eric Murray set the stage for the final play. That doesn't mean it's not an important one for Kansas City though.

Three untimed downs would follow, the third of which saw Crabtree score the winning touchdown.

Raiders rookie linebacker Marquel Lee will miss his second-consecutive game and starting will linebacker Cory James is also inactive for Thursday night's home contest against the Chiefs.

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