There appeared to be a brief, heated exchange between Raiders coach Hue Jackson and Chiefs coach Todd Haley on Sunday as the teams met on the field after the game according to Jerry McDonald of BayAreaNewsGroup.
Jackson pointed in Haley’s direction and looked to have something to say. Haley looked away and avoided any sort of confrontation as a member of Jackson’s support staff got in the way just in case.
“That’s between me and him,” Jackson said. “We get to play ‘em again. We’ll go to Kansas City (Week 16, December 24) here at some point down the road.”
On the first play after the two-minute warning, with the game not in doubt, Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel threw deep toward the end zone toward wide receiver Dwayne Bowe going for one last touchdown.
After that, running back Thomas Jones rushed for 14 yards and Cassel did two kneel-downs to end the game.
Raiders safety Michael Huff said it best.
“I mean, that’s just the Raiders-Chiefs rivalry,” Huff said. “That’s how it’s going to be. They came out, played better