The Las Vegas Raiders had their last chance to beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night, but unfortunately, they lost it.
During the 5th week of the NFL, the Las Vegas Raiders had a match against Kansas City Chiefs Monday Night Football.
The Raiders were lost from one point on 4th-and-1. The Raiders would have had a fresh start and more chances if they had got another yard.
Adams and Hunter, the Raiders ran into each other
Davante Adams and Hunter Renfrow, the wide receivers of the Las Vegas Raiders were positioned on the left side of Derek Carr, the quarterback of the Raiders.
As Derek popped the ball, he encountered an immediate strike, and the ball flipped down the field.
The ball fell on the ground just as the wide receivers of the Raiders smashed on the field. Derek Carr, the quarterback of the Raiders was looking for pass interference but due to the fall of Hunter and Adams, it didn’t happen. After replays, it was clear that Hunter Renfrow came running towards Davante Adams which caused the drastic fall of the two.
Davante Adams walked back to the bench and smashed his helmet down with anger. As Adams was going through the tunnel, he shoved a cameraman.
As per the reports, Adams apologized to the cameraman. Davante Adams, explained later that he acted that way with the cameraman, out of frustration and he added that he should not have reacted that way. He also apologized for his actions on Twitter.
The Las Vegas Raiders were outscored by 20-9, during the second half of the match against the Kansas City Chiefs. Derek Carr was 19-for-30 with 241 passing yards and two touchdown passes.
Davante Adams had three catches for 124 yards and two scores. Hunter Renfrow had four catches for 25 yards.
The Reason behind the Raiders’ fall
The Las Vegas Raiders had a great start, and they overshadowed Kansas City Chiefs in the first half but later they started losing the match because of their problematic decisions.
The Las Vegas Raiders let the Kansas City Chiefs offenses do what they are best known for, and that is to exploit opposing defenses.
Travis Kelce go-to person for the Chiefs, yet the Raiders let him score four times.
The Raiders stopped the Chiefs in the red zone, something which is very difficult for teams to do, but this was also undone by their own mistake.
The Raiders then decided that they should play the game to win it rather than have a tie. Down 30-29, they went for two rather than taking the assured points from the extra point. The two-point try failed, and so they lost the match.
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