It’s week two of the NFL season, and the Kansas City Chiefs have had another great game, scoring another win against the Oakland Raiders. The game was held at the Raiders stadium in Oakland, California. The final score was 28-10. This is the last time the Chiefs and Raiders will meet up on a dirt/grass football field this year. The next time they meet up, it will be at Arrowhead Stadium. And in 2020 the Raiders are moving to Las Vegas with a new stadium.
Winning this game gives the Chiefs a 2-0 game score and another shot at the Superbowl.
A bad Beginning
It was a bad start for the Chiefs. They made no points at all in the first quarter, the Raiders, however, scored 10 points. They made one touchdown, which was the only one they made the entire game, and a three-point field goal. These were the only points they made during the whole game. In the second quarter, the Chiefs made a comeback, scoring a total of 28 points. Four touchdowns and four one-point field goals. The Chiefs made two touchdowns in one minute. At halftime, the score was 28-10, with the Chiefs in the lead. Both teams remained unmoving during the second half of the game, with neither of them scoring any more points.
A Great Finish
Both star quarterbacks started for each team without any injuries. Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs QB, completed 30 of 44, threw for 443 yards, threw for four touchdowns, and had one rush for -1 yard. During the game, Mahomes looked to be fine concerning his ankle, which he had hurt in last weeks game.
During this game Mahomes broke yet another NFL record. He now holds the new record for the most consecutive on-the-road games with three or more touchdown passes. He’s thrown for three or more touchdown passes for seven successive road games going back to his 2018 MVP season. He even passed Patriots QB Tom Brady who had 6.
Patrick Mahomes threw to three different receivers for the four touchdowns. Demarcus Robinson caught two of the touchdowns; Mecole Hardman and Travis Kelce caught the other two.
Raiders quarterback, Derek Carr, completed 23 of 38, threw for 198 yards, threw for one touchdown, threw for two interceptions, and also had two rushes for 18 yards. The receiver that caught the only touchdown for the Raiders was Tyrell William.
In the next game, the Chiefs are going up against the Baltimore Ravens on September 22, 2019. This will take place at noon Central Time. The game will be held at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.