OAKLAND, CA – In one of the craziest endings to a game you’re likely to see, the Oakland Raiders edged the Kansas City Chiefs 31-30 on Thursday night.
Oakland thought they’d connected on the game-tying touchdown to Jared Cook, but on review Cook was ruled down inside the 1-yard line. On the next play, the Raiders thought they’d connected on the game-tying touchdown to Michael Crabtree, but Crabtree was called for offensive pass interference.
On the next play, Derek Carr’s pass to Cook fell incomplete, but the Chiefs were called for a penalty. On the untimed down that followed, Carr’s pass was incomplete, but again the Chiefs were called for a penalty. On the second untimed down, Carr and Crabtree connected again and this time it counted. Giorgio Tavecchio made the extra point to give Oakland the win.
Tom McCarthy and Tony Boselli called the action on Westwood One.