The Oakland Raiders Defeat KC Chiefs and Referees In OT Victory 23-20

 There's a new player in the game and his name is Jacoby Ford. Let me start off by thanking and congratulating this speedy WR for a great catch at the end of the Oakland Raiders OT drive to get the Raiders into field goal range.

 It was an absolutely nail-biting game as the Oakland Raiders played hard to stay in competition only to be brought down by the worst NFL officiating the NFL has ever seen. Yet, this speedy rookie receiver with great, great hands won the game for the Raiders.

 It was a pleasure to see the takeaway catch in the 4th from CB Flowers. How sweet it is:)

The first half was not at all what the Oakland Raiders were expecting as the Kansas Chiefs managed to get turnovers that were simply given to them by the bad calls or shall we say biased referees.

   When it came to the officiating of this game it was simply bad. The referees threw flags at good coverage and fumbles that didn't exist. Absolutely mind-blowing. This is the 21st century so lets get with the technology for these guys.

  It was fine for the Kansas City Chiefs to hold onto receivers such as Brandon Myers, he was held for nearly three seconds in the completed task of interrupting a certain catch.

Then in the second half, it was gut wrenching to watch Nick Miller go down on the ball, and the NFL referees decide to "gift" the ball to the Chiefs since the Raiders were out of time outs. This allowed the Chiefs to score a TD, and I believe at this point, Coach Tom Cable had about enough.

The Oakland Raiders and Coach Tom Cable still maintained that legendary Silver and Black professionalism, and although this game was against the Chiefs, the refs were also playing hard against them. Does the NFL have it out for the Raiders? WR Tim Brown thought so after the tuck rule, lol.

 Or could these guys just be too old? cant see well or even keep up with the younger faster playe...

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