National Football League reviewing Marshawn Lynch incident Thursday night for fine or possible suspension

  • National Football League reviewing Marshawn Lynch incident Thursday night for fine or possible suspension

National Football League reviewing Marshawn Lynch incident Thursday night for fine or possible suspension

The Oakland Raiders beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night after a mad finish to the game which saw the Raiders score a touchdown to tie the game with time expired. He did not make an early exit from the stadium. Running back Marshawn Lynch was on the sideline when all of this occurred, and he sprinted onto the field to push Peters away from the clutter. But while doing so, Lynch pushed an offical and was ejected from the game.

Lynch also reportedly was in the locker room after the game.

Carr finished the game with 417 yards and three touchdowns, as he looked like the MVP candidate a year ago. Still, the fact that he didn't change his clothes and leave the building in a huff will go a long way toward quieting the hot-take short-order cooks who would be calling for the Raiders to cut Lynch for leaving.

Wins have been so hard to come by for the Oakland Raiders that it took three tries at the final play for them finally to pull this one out and possibly save their season.

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

"I was disappointed he ran out because I knew we had a 15-yard penalty and we'd be in good shape", Del Rio said.

Peters was called for a personal foul for the late hit. Tyreek Hill had a dominant night, catching six passes for 125 yards and a touchdown. That doesn't mean it's not an important one for Kansas City though. Cooper finished with 210 yards.

Wide receiver Michael Crabtree grabbed the decisive TD for the Raiders.

Lee suffered an ankle injury in the Week 5 30-17 loss to the Ravens and sat out last week's contest against the Chargers. Tavecchio also had a false start on an extra point in the third quarter.