Monday Night Football: Controversial ruthless penalty kicks help the Raiders, who lead the Chiefs 20-10 in the first half

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Another controversial game that dreads the arcade penalty.

The Raiders lead the Leaders 20-10 at the end of the first half of Monday Night Football, with a field goal by each team in the last 17 seconds.

Las Vegas expanded its lead to 20-7 on a 50-yard field goal Daniel Carlson With 17 seconds left in the half. came next Chris Jones article Derek Carr Third and eighth at Las Vegas 46 with 1:07 left in the inning. Jones hits the ball and pulls it in as he descends on Carr’s top.

Jones braced for a fall with his left hand, keeping his entire body weight off Carr. It was reported anyway.

Instead of the leader taking possession of the ball at Las Vegas 40, the Raiders advanced to Kansas City 40 on the penalty kick.

ESPN analyst Troy Aikman, the Hall of Fame quarterback, criticized referee Karl Chivers’ penalty.

This extended Carlson’s goal streak to 37 consecutive goals, seven goals short of Adam Vinatieri’s NFL record.

But The Chiefs finished with a field goal in the last play of the break, going 34 yards in four plays and earning a 15-yard penalty on the Raiders. Matthew Wright, who was really wide at 41 yards earlier in the first half, had the best 59 yards of his career.

The Raiders dominated the first inning, edging the Leaders 198 to 141. Carr went 10 of 14 for 133 yards and a touchdown, while Davant Adams I caught two passes for 76 yards and a touchdown in the first inning and charged my two defensive tackle for 48 yards. Josh Jacobs It had a 1-yard landing track and had 79 yards on 14 cars.

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Patrick Mahomes Complete 12 of 20 passes for 98 yards and touchdowns. Marquis Valdes-Scantling Three receptions at 43 yards, and Gerek McKinnon He has three mounts for 41 yards.

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