Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
First, the good news for the Raiders at halftime…they looked primed, tanned and ready to roll in building a 10-0 lead over the high-flying Chiefs. Oh, and Derek Carr surpassed Ken Staber as the Raiders' all-time leader in passing yards. The bad news? There was a lot of it as the Chiefs scored 28 unanswered points with Patrick Mahomes simply raring back and throwing deep ball after deep ball and dicing up an already-suspect Raiders secondary. Indeed, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes had 313 passing yards, with his last five attempts to close the half a 42-yard TD to Mecole Hardman, a 32-yard pickup to Damien Williams, a 43-yard pickup to Demarcus Robinson, a 27-yard TD to Travis Kelce and a 39-yard TD to Robinson. Yeah, the Raiders, who lost rookie safety Johnathan Abram to shoulder surgery this week, could use someone like Minkah Fitzpatrick.