Raiders' shocking win vs. Chiefs is first at KC since 2012 originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea
The Raiders and quarterback Derek Carr finally overcame their demons of playing at Arrowhead Stadium as they beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 40-32, the Silver and Black's first win in KC since 2012.
Carr earned his first win in Kansas City with the Raiders, as he lost his first six starts against the Chiefs on the road.
The Raiders’ offense was red-hot Sunday, putting up 40 points in Kansas City for the first time since 2000, when Jon Gruden was in his first stint as the team's head coach.
Carr threw three touchdown passes and outdueled reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs, who took their first loss of the 2020 season.
Overall, the Raiders had won just one of their last 11 games against the Chiefs, and were double-digit underdogs going into Sunday's game.
After back-to-back losses, the Raiders came back with a vengeance in Week 5 and now sit at 3-2 going into the bye week .