The Las Vegas Raiders know that getting to the top of the AFC West means overcoming Kansas City and its electric quarterback, Patrick Mahomes. Mahomes spoke about how he’s handled his early success and his desire to stay in KC for his entire career during a media event during Super Bowl LIV week. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Terrell Suggs, a 17-year veteran pass rusher who was a late-season addition to the Chiefs, finds himself back in the Super Bowl at the twilight of his career. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
San Francisco 49ers’ offensive tackle Joe Staley discusses his long tenure in the NFL, being a role model to the younger players on the team and what to expect from the Kansas City Chiefs defensive front in Super Bowl LIV. Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark also sings the praises of the 13-year offensive lineman and what it means to face him on Sunday. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy was passed over for head coaching jobs after being interviewed by the Giants, Browns and Panthers once the NFL regular season came to end, prompting the media to ask NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell during his Super Bowl LIV news conference what the league is doing to hire minorities in coaching and front office roles. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The San Francisco 49ers’ defense knows Kansas City Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes is a dual-threat quarterback. Conversely, the Chiefs know how dangerous their opponent’s defense is. Ahead of Super Bowl LIV, players from both teams talk about how they’re preparing to handle the challenges ahead of them. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Ahead of Super Bowl LIV, Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu said at a media day that their team’s defense is prepared for almost anything since they’ve seen it all with quarterback Patrick Mahomes. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, tight end Travis Kelce and San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle shared their memories and paid tribute to NBA legend Kobe Bryant, who died along with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna and others in a helicopter crash on Sunday, during Super Bowl LIV’s opening night ceremonies in Miami. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
At Opening Night ahead of Super Bowl LIV in Miami, San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce both spoke about their admiration for each other’s playing style. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
After defensive end Dee Ford’s neutral zone infraction cost the Kansas City Chiefs a shot at making Super Bowl LIII, Ford made it to Super Bowl LIV with the San Francisco 49ers and discussed all the things that happened en route to getting there. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
With their loss to the Chiefs, the Raiders wont win the AFC West, however a shot at a wildcard slot is still in the picture if they can regroup down the stretch. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
With AFC West supremacy on the line the Raiders took a huge loss to Patrick Mahomes as the Kansas City Chiefs losing 40-9. Turnovers and Penalties were a big factor as quarterback Derek Carr was unable to shake his demons in the cold.
The Raiders fell to the Chiefs, 40-9, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Following the loss, players said they have to learn from their mistakes, but are proud that the team kept fighting until the end. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders finish their 2-game road trip facing their AFC West rival, the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium. Vegas Nation’s Myles Simmons and Vinny Bonsignore preview the game, explain what the Raiders need to do to win and what it means for the team’s playoff hopes. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
If the Raiders hope to take first place in the AFC West Standings this Sunday, they’ll have to limit the big plays from a very explosive Chiefs offense led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders promoted wide receiver Rico Gafford from the practice squad this week to help fill in the role vacated by the injured Hunter Renfrow. Defensively, they’re hoping to limit big plays from an explosive Chiefs offense. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders have a huge test in Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead stadium where it is sure to be a cold game. Quarterback Derek Carr went sleeveless at practice despite the cold temperature.
The Raiders have not won at Arrowhead stadium since 2012. This Sunday they’re looking to bring home a win and supremacy in the AFC West standings.
After suffering a blowout loss against the Jets, the Raiders look towards a rematch with the Kansas City Chiefs who are coming off a bye week. Chiefs coach Andy Reid is 17-3 following a bye.
Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow suffered an injury to his ribs in the teams loss to the Jets. Keelan Doss and Derek Carrier are among the options to replace Renfrow as the team prepares for the Kansas City Chiefs. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders’ players say they will bounce back from their loss to Jets when they head in to face division rival Kansas City Chiefs next week. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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After Sunday’s loss to the Chiefs, the Raiders are leaning on their veteran players to help the team get back on track in their upcoming stretch of games away from the Coliseum. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders lost to Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the second game of the season. The Raiders will be hitting the road next week for a stretch of games away from Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum including a game in London. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, quarterback Derek Carr, and wide receiver Hunter Renfrow reflect on Sunday’s 28-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in Oakland. In the 2nd quarter Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs put up 28 unanswered points that would turn the tide of the game. Gruden said the Raiders, “Ran into a buzz-saw for about 7 minutes” (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders suffered the team’s first loss of the season on Sunday afternoon versus the Chiefs. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was too much for the Silver and Black’s secondary, as the Raiders defense allowed 28 unanswered points. Vegas Nation hosts Cassie Soto and Heidi Fang discuss the loss and three takeaways from the game.
The Raiders have officially put rookie safety Johnathan Abram on IR and in a corresponding move signed defensive back Juston Burris. Cornerback Gareon Conley is expected to play in Sunday’s game while wide receiver J.J. Nelson is out with an ankle injury. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther talked about staying disciplined when playing Patrick Mahomes and the explosive Chiefs offense. Offensive coordinator Greg Olson praised the offensive line, and spoke about bringing back wide receiver Keelan Doss. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley expected to play against the Chiefs after being listed as limited in Thursday’s practice. Offensive Coordinator Greg Olson talks about Kolton Miller and his matchup against Frank Clack in Sunday’s game. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review Journal)
With Safety Johnathan Abram out for the rest of the season, the Raiders turn their focus to the NFC Runner Up Kansas City Chiefs. Derek Carr reflects on the life of former Raider Neiron Ball. (LeA’ndre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders’ Monday Night Football victory over the Denver Broncos marked Head Coach Jon Gruden’s 100th career win as a head coach in the NFL. Gruden was pleased with the performances of Tight End Darren Waller and rookie Running Back Josh Jacobs, but realizes the Kansas City Chiefs present a tough challenge on a short week. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)