Raiders got what they deserved for disrespecting Chiefs pregame

The Las Vegas Raiders taunted the Kansas City Chiefs ahead of Sunday’s kickoff and that has proven to be a major mistake. 

Just what in the world were the Las Vegas Raiders thinking? On Sunday before the kickoff against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Raiders decided to gather on the Chiefs logo and taunt the AFC West rivals. The players were hyped up, ready to try and give it to KC.

Well, things haven’t gone according to plan here. The Chiefs have destroyed Las Vegas and they even went into the halftime break holding a 35-3 lead. Sheesh, you think the Raiders regret their idiotic move now?

Kansas City has completely embarrassed the Raiders in Week 14

Patrick Mahomes is having the time of his life taking on the Raiders. Mahomes has thrown for two touchdowns as of this writing, while Clyde Edwards-Helaire also has a pair of scores to his name. The Raiders have simply had no answers in trying to stop the Kansas City offense.

For Las Vegas, they were underdogs for this one, but were hoping to try and pull off an upset to keep things interesting in the AFC West. The Raiders are 6-6 on the year, while the Chiefs are 8-4. With a win on Sunday, the Raiders could have provided plenty of nerves for Chiefs fans.

Instead, Kansas City is living the dream right now, making easy work of the Raiders. This was supposed to be a see-saw battle, with the two teams exchanging blows from start to finish. Kansas City landed the first punch with a 23-yard fumble return for a touchdown by Mike Hughes and they haven’t looked back. This all has really made Vegas’ pre-game move all the more pathetic.

Source: FanSided

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