Marshawn Lynch ejected for fighting, shoving referee

Marshawn Lynch Ejected for Pushing Referee After Marcus Peters' Late Hit

Marshawn Lynch ejected for fighting, shoving referee

Cook was also over 100 yards receiving for Oakland.

On the next play, Crabtree would be called for offensive pass interference.

The 31-year-old Pro Bowler, who came out of retirement in April to sign with Oakland, has rushed for 257 yards and two touchdowns on 70 carries this season. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers come to town this week, and they are giving up the third-most points per game to opposing quarterbacks. On the other hand, the Chiefs were in first place in the AFC West and looked to rebound from their first loss of the season last week.

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected during the second quarter of Thursday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

The two grew up together in Oakland and are the best of friends, so much that the latter markets an underwear line under the Beast Mode brand of the Raiders star.

The final play, after the final play, after the final play, after the final play, saw quarterback Derek Carr hit wide receiver Michael Crabtree with a 2-yard scoring pass. The veteran running back was later seen watching the game from the stands. While Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington did their best to man the depleted running back corps, Lynch chose to watch the rest of the game from the bleachers because Oakland.

Alex Smith threw for 342 yards and three touchdowns as the Chiefs lost their second straight game after a 5-0 start.

It never did defend Kansas City wide receiver Tyreek Hill (eight catches for 125 yards and a 64-yard TD) and allowed 425 yards and an average of 7.1 per play.

If you missed the Thursday night matchup between #The Raiders and #Chiefs, you missed arguably the game of the year.

The kickers, though, have provided the difference: Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker made kicks of 53 and 39 yards, while Raiders kicker Giorgio Tavecchio had a 53-yard attempt blocked by Eric Murray and missed a 45-yarder. Carr hit Crabtree in the front corner of the end zone to tie it at 30. Despite that, they stopped Hunt for no gain on first down, stopped him after a six-yard pickup on second down, and then the only sack of the game came at just the right time to force the Chiefs to punt.

Oakland also gave up 30 points through the first three quarters.

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