Carr found James Jones in the end zone with 1:42 for the GW 9-yard touchdown, which capped off the GW 17-play, 80-yard drive. This all came after Oakland built a 14-point lead, before the Chiefs would make it close.
Oakland's Latavius Murray ran for 112 yards and 2 touchdowns on just 4 carries before leaving the game with a concussion. With the win, the Raiders are just the 3rd team since the merger to beat a first place team for their first win after at least 10 games. They join the 1997 Colts against the Packers, and the 1984 Bills against the Cowboys.
Kansas City QB Alex Smith threw 2 touchdown passes for a Chiefs team that fell to 7-4 on the year, after winning the previous 5. Smith finished 20/36 for 234 yards on the night, while his counterpart Carr finished 18/35 for 174 yards.
The Raiders nearly blew it with about 30 seconds left in the game. Khalil Mack and Sio Moore decided to celebrate in the backfield following a 3rd down sack to Smith. The clock continued to run, so the Chiefs were ready to snap the ball on 4th down with Mack and Moore still in the backfield. This would've caused an offsides penalty and a 1st down, but the veteran DE Justin Tuck wisely called timeout to save his team.
Murray's first touchdown was the first rushing touchdown for Oakland since October 19th against the Cardinals. The Chiefs were looking to become the first team since the 2011 49ers to not allow a rushing touchdown through the first 11 games.
The Raiders have a long week to celebrate, and look to ride the momentum of their first win into St. Louis on November 30th against the Rams. Meanwhile, the Chiefs fall to second place in the AFC West, and will be hoping for Denver to slip up at home against the Dolphins on Sunday. Kansas City will host the Denver Broncos in a big division showdown on November 30th, which will air on NBC's Sunday Night Football.