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October 11, 2022 3:02 am

JR talks about the Raiders losing in typical Raiders fashion and can't believe some of the coaching decisions and referee calls that took place on Monday Night Football!

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I get started 10 p.m. Eastern Time, 7 p.m. Pacific. Much love to everyone who took a listen, who maybe even saw a little bit of Monday Night Football. It was a good game.

Unless you like the Raiders. Kansas City comes back to beat the Raiders. The final score, 30 to 29 and we got a little bit of everything in this game. We got a lot of offense here, almost 60 points scored total. We had a lot of touchdowns by Mr. Kelcey, four touchdowns. We had a lot of yards by Jacobs, 133. We had a lot of bombs thrown to Devontae Adams.

Scores of 58 and 48 yards. We had failed two-point conversions. We had Josh McDaniels being aggressive.

Last time he was aggressive, he blew the score for his team, an opportunity to tie the game. And then we had the referees once again just having an impact on the game. They should not have. Ask Chris Jones when he legitimately strip sacked Derek Carr and they said, eh, no, that's a penalty roughing. The Raiders were able to hold on to the ball prior to the second half and they kicked the field goal. They shouldn't even have the ball. And then at the end of the game, Derek Carr was probably pushed. He looked for a flag and it didn't come and the game was over.

Let me walk you through things the best I can. And we even had a missed field goal early on by Kansas City. Let's think about this. I'll put it to you this way. When the Raiders had a lead, I went on Twitter and I said, oh, yeah, by the way, folks, we know this. These are the Raiders. They led at one point 20 to 7 at halftime because of a field goal. They led 20 to 10. And I said, these are the Raiders. Are they really going to walk away with a victory?

And the answer is no. Kansas City has now beat the Raiders four consecutive times. The Raiders just this season alone, they're all for four and one score games. This is their fourth consecutive loss to Kansas City.

I think I said that already. This is the Chiefs ninth win in their last 10 meetings. And this is the second largest comeback of Patrick Mahomes career. 17 points. Game started off looking like an ass-whooping. Devontae Adams on the receiving end of a bomb from Derek Carr. 7-0. Looked absolutely amazing. It's like, oh, my god, here you have it. Right out of the gate. They wasted no time in getting a score up on the board. And then you had to go and say to yourself, okay, this is nice.

But what else do you have? Well, Josh Jacobs ran in for a score. It's 14 to nothing. And then they kicked the field goal. It's 17 to nothing, Las Vegas. And then things got going a little bit.

17 to nothing. Travis Kelce, the man who caught four touchdowns. How about, how about we hear those touchdowns because this was almost every single one of their scores. This is Travis Kelce's first touchdown. It's courtesy of the Chiefs Radio Network.

They look to the left, now they go for the middle. Back of the end zone caught. Touchdown, Kansas City.

Travis Kelce with the touchdown reception from Patrick Mahomes and a great route by Kelce. 17 to 7 right there. But then Vegas kicks a field goal in the second quarter.

Now it's 20 to 7. And then I told you about this call by Chris Jones, like right before halftime. He goes out there and he legitimately sacks Derek Carr.

He takes the ball away from Derek Carr. And we heard and saw this nonsense when the Falcons played the Buccaneers on Sunday. Tom Brady gets hit by Grady Jarrett and they're like, oh no, you can't hit Tom Brady, roughing the passer.

Chris Jones had to experience the same thing. He fell on the guy. Well, it's football.

You're going to fall on the guy. They called it a penalty. And instead the Raiders keep the ball and then they kick a field goal. This is what that sounded like on Westwood One.

This is what that sounded like on Westwood One. Things to Devante Adams. Personal foul.

Roughing the passer. Number 97. I think he meant 95.

95 too. This was just one of those. It was just a football play. But Chris Jones, as he was going for the sack, his entire body weight lands on Derek Carr. Really absolutely nothing he can do right here as he's just going for the sack.

Right. And getting the ball out. He's got, he's, I mean, I mean, he's, I guess technically he's supposed to grab him. It's just hard to know what a defensive guy's doing. He's just trying to get to the football and bring the quarterback down and just happens to run through him.

Nah, you can't do anything. And that was Kurt Warner along with Kevin Harlan on Westwood One. And Kurt Warner, yeah, a Hall of Famer.

And we had all other types of names and personalities in the Hall of Famers who are like, what the hell is that? That's not football. Tony Dungy was on Twitter saying, that's roughing the passer? Sean Payton, who's basically on a vacation right now from the NFL. Sean Payton is on Twitter.

I don't think I've ever seen him tweet. He's like, what the hell is that? That's not football. And so the Raiders are able to score 20 to seven. They take a lead. Kansas city's able to put a field goal on the board and the Raiders.

Yes. How about this? The Raiders led at halftime 20 to 10, a tale of two halves, of course, because you can't count Patrick Mahomes out because not only did he connect with Travis Kelce for that, that one yard pass in the second quarter, in the third quarter, it was the Travis Kelce show. How about this score right here to pull the score to 20 to 17. Shotgun formation receivers bunched in tight, shotgun snap, the fake handoff, the rush five and a long drive, bell high, goal line, touchdown, Kelce caught it and spun, grabbed the ball against his belt buckle, a four yard touchdown pass. And Travis Kelce has got his second touchdown tonight. And the chiefs are back in business now down 20 to 16. Of course, and they scored the extra point. It was 20 to 17. This is the Raiders, right?

They weren't going to hold a 20 to 10 lead, right? That was the second Travis Kelce touchdown. Let me hit you with the third. Mahomes takes the snap at the one in the five in trouble moves out past Crosby fires at Lake Kelce at the catch inside the 10, stiff arms one, now two, now three, stumbles into the end zone. Touchdown! Kansas City a hat trick for Travis Kelce, an eight yard touchdown catch his third TD of the night and the chiefs have the lead for the first time in the game.

Well, you can hear the excitement. Kansas City radio network, you heard the second one via Kevin Harlan at Westwood one and so the Kansas City chiefs, they took a lead 24 to 20 ended in the third quarter. They moved into the fourth quarter with the lead. Vegas hit a field goal 24 to 23 and then Kansas City decided to extend it again. Travis Kelce not one touchdown, not two touchdowns, not three touchdowns. Travis Kelce tonight, an ageless tight end.

This is number four. 24-23, chiefs. First down and goal to go at the one. They're going to throw it.

Nearside it is. Touchdown! Kansas City, Travis Kelce. One, two, three, four touchdown receptions. This time on a play action fake and the Chiefs may go for two leading 30 to 23. Let's call up the count from Sesame Street. Let's put them on the Chiefs radio network.

One, two, three, four. Let's put him on there and they did go for the two-point conversion and they failed. 30 to 20, Kansas City leads the Raiders and so what do the Raiders got now? They still have Devontae Adams right when you can actually deliver him the football. You still have one of the best wide receivers in the game right?

Well, they did. They connected on a bomb. Devontae Adams, the same guy who caught a 58-yard pass from Derek Carr to start the game off. Here with a little less than five minutes left in the game, they connected on a 48-yard pass and so what does that mean? Devontae Adams, he went right into the end zone.

Take a listen to this. Carr's in the gun, Bolden by his side, third down six, Chiefs 48, shotgun snap, has time, right tackle block, moves up those long, arching pass, down the middle, over the shoulder, catch, goal line, touchdown! Adams caught it, double-teamed with defenders draped on both shoulders.

Well, thank you, Kevin Harland. And so what's the score right now? 30 to 29. Kansas City leads 30 to 29. Four minutes, 27 seconds left on the clock. Most teams would say, oh, we can kick the extra point and we can tie the game at 30 all. We can trust our defense to stop or slow down Patrick Mahomes, maybe hold him to a field goal, and then we can try our best to go down the field and score and win the game or at least tie it.

Not head coach Josh McDaniels. He decided to not go for the extra point. He wanted to go for two.

Take a listen to this. Shotgun snap to Carr, handoff, Jacobs puts his head down, they shove him across, did they? No signal, they're saying no, the officials are saying no, he was short, and he is short. Josh Jacobs getting shoved by his linemen and the Raiders fail on the two-point try. Four minutes, 27 seconds. That was it.

That was it. They had a chance to to tie the game and they decided to go for two and that was it. They get the ball back at the end of the game. They're going for a Hail Mary. Derek Carr is pushed. No flag. What is this, a make-up call from the Chris Jones nonsense from earlier on in the game? Possibly.

So there's a couple of things here. The Raiders had a lead 20 to 7 and they blew it. Josh McDaniels had an opportunity to continue the game, potentially tie it.

He was aggressive at points that sometimes it worked. At the end of the time, at the end of the game, it didn't and they lose. The Raiders, they fall to one and four. Kansas City, they improve to four and one.

This was actually a fun game to watch, a good one. Patrick Mahomes, 292 yards passing, four touchdowns, they all go to Travis Kelce and he didn't have to do a lot of work. He only had only seven receptions, four of those being touchdowns, 25 yards. Travis Kelce's longest pass was eight yards. That's a lot of production for very little work.

Congratulations to him. Meanwhile, on the Vegas side, they got some numbers but they lose. Josh Jacobs rushes for 154 yards. Kansas City couldn't stop them. Devante Adams, those two bombs, a 58-yard reception for a touchdown, a 48-yard reception for a touchdown and the Raiders still lose.

This is the most Raiders thing ever. Blowing the ball, the Raiders are going to go to the next thing ever. Blowing a 20-7 lead. We knew Kansas City was going to come back and they come back and win.

The final score tonight, 30-29. The Kansas City Chiefs go over the Las Vegas Raiders. Kansas City, four and one. The Raiders, hey, welcome back to being a head coach, Josh McDaniel.

They are one and four and the Chiefs, they beat the Raiders again for the ninth time in their last 10 meetings. We saw it all. A blown lead, a missed field goal, failed two-point conversions. We saw the referees screwing up calls.

Oh, rough in the past. We've seen that. We saw a comeback. We saw coaches making terrible calls. This sucks if you're a Raiders fan.

I don't know how they... Well, there is no getting out of this. There's no coming back for this season. We're going to talk about the referees. We're going to talk about the Raiders. We're going to take your calls. The phone lines are open.

That's 855-212-4CBS. We'll also hear from some of the players as these guys have just now started to speak. It's the JR Sport Reshow on CBS Sports Radio.

Thank you so much. A good Monday night football game. The Chiefs come out on top over the Raiders, 30-29. We're going to talk more about it. We'll hear more about it on the other side of the break here on CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio.

You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. I'm going to start off by saying you're one of the best in the game, man. I really enjoyed listening to your show. I love the show.

I discovered it last year when there was actually no sports going on and I'm loving it ever since. I genuinely love your show. Your takes are great.

I may not agree with all of them, but they're on point. Call in now at 855-212-4CBS. It's the JR Sport Reshow here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Monday night football, it's a wrap. The Kansas City Chiefs, they come back to beat their rival, the Raiders. The final score, 30-29. Raiders at one point led 20-7. They even got a little bit of a gift, a questionable call right before halftime, able to put a field goal up on the board. Chris Jones hit Derek Carr. Ball should have been taken away from him and no, it wasn't called.

Say roughing the passer. They have a chance to put a field goal up and they do so. They still blow the lead.

And if the Raiders know how to do anything, they know how to lose in exciting fashion. They are 0 for 4 in one-score games this season. 0 for 4. They're 1 for 4 in the season overall. They just beat Denver, 32-23. To start the season, they lost to the Chargers, 24-19. They took on Arizona. They blew that game. They lost there, 29-23. They lost to Tennessee, 24-22. And tonight, they lose by one point. And at the end of the game, with about four minutes, four and a half minutes left in the game, their head coach has a chance to tie and he wants to go for two. You don't trust that you'll get the ball back and that you'll score?

Oh, you sound like a punk. Welcome to the world of the Raiders. 8-5-5, 2-1-2 for CBS. That's 8-5-5, 2-1-2 for CBS. Kareem is calling from Cali. You're on CBS Sports Radio. What's up, Jay? How you doing tonight? Excellent. Good, man. So, I'm going to go out on a limb and say, man, for Travis Kelce to have four touchdowns on 25 yards receiving, that probably was the least amount of yards receiving to get four touchdowns.

I'm going to just go out on a limb and say that in a failed history. Just pathetic, you know what I'm saying, that you know that's my homie's number one target and you don't double that guy. But, you know, they let a beautiful performance by Jacob just fall by the wayside to get a career high in rushing tonight, you know, averaging almost seven yards a pop. Yeah, it was definitely some controversial calls, you know, that the refs made, but I think it evened out. But, yeah, for 27 to go, going for two, I get it. It's going to be hard to stop my homies, but you have to tie that game right there because you ended up stopping the cheese, getting the ball back, and now the circumstances are different if it's a tie game. You're not using your time off, they're using theirs, and, you know, you make it get in field goal range, you maybe do a different play call than going to Adams where he could get the feet in. You might be wrestling with the refs, Adams, where he could get the feet in. You might be rushing the ball with Jacobs because he was having a good night rushing the ball. He could get you that one, two yards, and then you set up, you know, your field goal kicker who's made 36 in a row, you know, going in, you know, made three or four tonight and going in, you know, overall 36 in a row. So, you know, like you said, typical Raider game, they was at 17, nothing actually, not just 27.

So, they was at 17. I thought that, you know, they was going to be able to hold them. I knew KC would put up points and get back in the game, but this game was for the taking, and yeah, when they look back on their season, you know, however it turned out that Arizona lost when you up 20 and they got to get two touchdowns and two point convergence teams and send it to OT, lose that game, then you lose this game tonight. Well, those two losses may be the difference. They have, and thank you Kareem for calling from Cali, they, they have, they have a gift in front of them. If you want to consider them a gift, they have a week off, and so Josh McDaniels can sit around and, and think deeply about his decision and his play calling. I know Devontae Adams on the receiving end of two bombs today, one to open up the game, one to ultimately close it, we know kind of sandwiched in here. He's been kind of MIA and not, not to his fault.

He's one of the best receivers in the game. They're going to figure things out. I would expect them to, but when you start one and four, that's, that's hard to come back from. They got the Houston Texans next up.

Okay. I did not waste a minute of time watching them play against Jacksonville yesterday. They won their first game. Congratulations to the Texans, but come on now. The Raiders got to beat the Texans, right? They got to improve their record to two and four, right? They have to, they can't be that bad, right? Josh McDaniels after the game, for whatever reason, he said this loss in particular, this one, it's going to be a learning experience.

Give them credit. You know, we'll learn a lot from this, a really good football team. I think we, you know, competed hard tonight, obviously not as clean as we'd like with the penalty situation and some of the mistakes that we made, but hopefully we'll learn from this and be better.

Hopefully we'll learn from this and be, what about you? What about looking a gift horse in the mouth? What about saying to yourself, damn, I can kick the ball and tie the game. I always say, depending on who and where and the circumstances, you really learn how and what a coach feels about his team, the confidence that he has in the team by how aggressive he's going to be. Do you trust or believe that Derek Carr can take you on the road and come back from behind to win a game?

Maybe not, I guess, right? Four minutes and 27 seconds left? If you kick the ball and tie the game at 30 all, four minutes, 27 seconds left, let's just assume that the great Patrick Mahomes takes them down the field and puts up seven. Let's say it's now 37 to 30, or let's say your defense can get a stop and let's say you hold them to a field goal and now it's 33 to 30.

Let's say that you have, I don't know, let's say you got two minutes to go down the field and score or kick a field goal. You don't have confidence in your team that you can do that. You don't want to bestow that type of confidence onto your team, not just for this game, but into the future.

You don't want to do that. And then when Josh McDaniels was asked about going for it, he's just, I just thought it was the matter of fact, don't take my word for it. Listen to what Josh McDaniels had to say about going for that two-point conversion.

Listen. Felt like in that situation, you know, we hadn't, you know, we hadn't really, they had kind of had a lot of momentum offensively, obviously in the second half. Just, you know, we had a play that we felt really good about. We thought we would get a look that gave us a shot at it for sure. We had a chance.

We had a fair fight at it. You know, they played it a little bit better than we did and gave ourselves an opportunity to take the lead there. And Oh yeah, basically I believe that the Chiefs were going to score and that we weren't going to score again. That's basically what he said.

Listen to this, listen to this BS again. Listen to what Josh McDaniels had to say about the two-point conversion. He should have just said, I did not trust my team to score again.

Listen. Felt like in that situation, you know, we hadn't, you know, we hadn't really, they had kind of had a lot of momentum offensively, obviously in the second half. Just, you know, we had a play that we felt really good about. We thought we would get a look that gave us a shot at it for sure. We had a chance. We had a fair fight at it.

You know, they played it a little bit better than we did and gave ourselves an opportunity to take the lead there. He didn't trust his team to come back if the Chiefs scored. He didn't. And if I'm a member of the Raiders, I'm like, well damn, our coach thinks we suck. He don't believe in us. He thinks we suck.

Devante Adams, man, this guy, 48-yard reception, 58-yard, two touchdown receptions, bombs. This man threw his helmet down at the end of the game. He's like, man, what did I do? I wonder if him and Aaron Rodgers are Facetiming each other right now. Hey, babe, I miss you.

I should've never left. Aaron Rodgers is like, I went to London to lose and he's like, I can't keep a, a, a victory here with these guys. The guy that I heard from him tonight. Ooh, Aaron Rodgers?

Oh yeah. Oh, we had enough complaining from him yesterday. Complaining about his teammates thinking about the future. 8-5-5-2-1-2 for CBS. That's 8-5-5-2-1-2 for CBS.

We had a little bit of everything. Josh McDaniels play calling and the referees and his dumbass roughing the passer. We had enough of that with Tom Brady. We had enough of that with Tom Brady. Now we got to get it now with Carr.

These guys are going to be playing flag football any day now. And somehow, some way the Raiders couldn't even take advantage of that. Frank is calling from Illinois.

Go ahead, Frank. Hey, that was a great game, but oh, so entertaining from end to end. But my question was, remember that call where the Kansas City Chiefs kicked a field goal and he missed it? I think this was either the third or the fourth quarter and he missed it. And they called a holding call on the defense? I've never seen a call, a holding call on the defense on a field goal before. Do you know what happened on that play?

No, I know what you're talking about. I was actually on air, so I don't have all the details. I saw when he missed, I saw when he missed, I saw when he missed, I saw when he missed, I saw when he missed the kick and then had an opportunity to keep going. That I did see.

I don't know the reasoning. Because it was just, they only had a wide shot on the TV. They never showed the play and that was like the most crucial play of the whole game.

Because if he misses that field goal, then I believe Vegas was up at that point and would have got the ball back and said Kansas City gets the ball and gets a first down. You're telling me that a play that took place, what was that, in the first quarter wasn't it? Wasn't that in the first quarter? That was like late third quarter or the fourth quarter. Wait, whose kick are you referring to? Are you talking about Butker's kick? Kansas City had a field goal attempt. It was like a 37-yard attempt in the third or fourth quarter and it missed.

And they called a holding penalty on Las Vegas on the defense and it gave Kansas City a first down and they went ahead and scored I think the third, the third Kelsey's third or fourth touchdown. Okay. Early after that. Right. So go ahead now. Yes, okay. I don't understand how there could be a holding call on the defense on a field goal attempt. Well let me, well we're gonna, let's look into that and I'll reference that for you.

Okay Frank? It was fourth and 14. It was fourth and 14.

You alluded to that and it was just a five-year penalty but it's an automatic first down. That's plain and simple but that was not the biggest play of the game. But what was the holding call? How do you have a holding call on the defense on a field goal attempt? Wasn't our call to make.

They never talked about on the broadcast. I have no idea how you make a holding call on the defense on a field goal attempt. Okay. Well I know a couple of things here.

You keep your hands where you have them. You can't grab jerseys. I don't know Frank, were you were watching on air and listening to me or were you listening on the radio? I was not listening to it because I was on the, I was in the gym. So I was just watching it on TV. Okay. Well take it, take it from me. While I'm here on the air, I'm talking and I'm watching the game.

Yeah. I can't hear. What were you doing? On the treadmill? I was on the treadmill, exact same as you. Well no, I wasn't, yeah I was on the verbal treadmill running my mouth while the game was on.

So we're in the same boat. Sorry about that Frank. You have to, you'll have to Google that and we'll try to do the same.

Okay. It was on Malcolm Koontz. That was the, it was a five yard holding penalty on them. Automatic first down went from fourth and 14 then to a first down.

Then they score on the ensuing drive. Yes. That was the, as you alluded to, that was the fourth. Yes.

That was the fourth quarter because it ended up, ended up being 20, ended up being 30, 23 off of that. Wow. Okay. Thanks a lot. Appreciate it. Thank you.

Thank you Frank. I've never heard anyone, I've never heard anybody be that concerned over a holding call. That's how he thinks you're going to hear it while you're doing a national radio show.

Yeah, I don't know. He calls up to say the refs think, I want to really, don't really want to talk about their lack of calls tonight. They hit you with a specific meticulous, what happened on that fourth and 14th with seven refs in the game? Did you hear what they said on the broadcast? He threw me for a loop when he said it was a pivotal, I'm like, wait a minute, you're telling me a holding call on a missed field goal and an extended a drive was the most pivotal of things? I can sit here and watch a game with no damn sound and I can see three and four and five and six and seven touchdowns scored and I could see a dumb ass coach going on a two point conversion and I can find that to be a little bit more pivotal than a, a holding call.

But what do I know? Just the guy on the radio. It's the JR sport reshow here with you on CBS sports radio. I'm going to take more of your calls on the other side. We're going to talk about some calls that I think were more important like Josh McDaniels. And then also we'll hear from Derek Carr. He talks about just the Raiders and his experience so far with the new head coach. Oh, Devante Adams.

He's also not thrilled. We're going to hear from some angry people on the other side of the break, maybe even some angry callers. It's the JR sport reshow on CBS sports radio. You are listening to the JR sport brief on CBS sports radio. You're listening to the JR sport brief on CBS sports radio. Hey, that's my first, I just want to say JR, you're the man, all these other radio shows.

You hear the same boring stuff and you know what I'm saying? I love how you bring them callers in. Call in now at 855-212-4CBS. I'm about to bring some callers in, but before we do that, you need to hear from some angry Raiders, some apologetic Raiders tonight after blowing.

Oh man, where do I start? Well, the Raiders had a seven point lead. Then it was a 14 point lead and then it was a 17 point lead and then they went into halftime leading 20 to 10 and the Raiders, they ultimately lose to Kansas City 30 to 29. Devante Adams, he was able to catch two bombs, a 58 yarder, a 48 yarder. There was a BS call.

There's no other way to put it. Chris Jones before halftime, he tackles sacks. Derek Carr takes the ball from him.

He falls on him in the process. The referees call it roughing, which was absolutely ridiculous. Though we saw enough of this with Tom Brady the day before with Grady Jarrett. And then at the end of the game, the Raiders, they want to, they want to go for two when they have an opportunity to tie the game with four minutes and 27 seconds left. Josh McDaniels just, he didn't have an explanation. We're going to hear from Derek Carr and I want to talk to you about Devante Adams momentarily. This was Josh McDaniels, the new head coach of the Raiders, talking about going for two.

Listen to this garbage. Felt like in that situation, you know, we hadn't, you know, we hadn't really they had kind of had a lot of momentum offensively, obviously in the second half. Just, you know, we had a play that we felt really good about. We thought we would get a look that gave us a shot at it for sure. We had a chance.

We had a fair fight at it. You know, they played it a little bit better than we did and gave ourselves an opportunity to take the lead there. Well, bottom line, he didn't trust his team. He's like, damn it, we need to go for the score right now. We need to take the lead right now. We got to hope and pray our defense can hold it down because I don't trust the offense to do it again. That's basically what he said, but he can't say that.

But it doesn't matter if he said it because the team feels it in his decision making. And so the Raiders, one and four, they are all for four and one score games. This is their fourth straight loss to Kansas City. They blew another big game. Remember, earlier on in the season, man, they were beating Arizona. Arizona came back and beat them. Kyler Murray running around for his life and then they lost. The Raiders under Josh McDaniel so far, they stink. Derek Carr, he talked about the start of this year so far and he's like, oh yeah, it's a new system, new coach. It's been tough.

I've been around a lot of new regimes and all that kind of stuff, right? And I think the frustrating part is it takes time to get everyone on the same page. And once you get on the same page, you get the thing rolling and it's churning and it looks great and it's awesome. And we're just right there. But close doesn't count in this game. But close doesn't count in this game.

Yeah, not just in the game, in life. I think it was Brandy who said it 20 years ago, almost doesn't count. Thank you, Brandy. Devante Adams, the man who decided to team up with his former college quarterback Derek Carr, the man who decided to leave Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay. Well, welcome to the Raiders, man. He was frustrated. He slammed his helmet down. He was just, he was ticked off. This is what Devante Adams had to say after the game.

And I'm going to tell you about something else he did. Before I answer anything else, I'm going to apologize to the guy, some guy running off the field and he ran, jumped in front of me and we're coming off the field and I'm bumped into him and kind of pushed him and that thing ended up on the ground. So I want to say sorry to him for that because that was just frustration mixed with him running and literally just running in front of me.

And that was, shouldn't, shouldn't have responded that way, but that's, that's how I initially responded. So I want to apologize to him for that. Oh no, he full on pushed the guy. Devante Adams on the way off the field, he pushed the camera guy. He pushed him.

It's his job to run in front of him and he pushed him straight down onto the ground, straight onto the floor. It's like, well, damn, he treated this guy like he was a kid. And Devante Adams, he decided to double down on that apology. Not only did he apologize publicly of which you have to give him credit for he went on social media. Devante Adams says, sorry to the guy I pushed over after the game. Obviously very frustrated at the way the game ended. And when he ran in front of me, as I exited, that was my reaction. And I felt horrible immediately. That's not me.

My apologies, man. Hope you see this. Well, I'm sure that the man sees this and if he hasn't seen it, you know, he will be told about it. And that's just what Roger Goodell wants. He wants to watch the players just push around the camera guys after the game. I mean, damn. And sure I can understand frustration.

And things are going to happen. Professional composure, please, right? At least he didn't punch a teammate. Hi, Draymond. 855-212-4CBS.

That's 855-212-4CBS. Chris is here from Maryland. Go ahead, Chris.

Quickly. How are you doing tonight, brother? Thank you. Appreciate you for taking my call, man.

Sure. Being a Raiders fan, I'm on the East Coast. I'm a be honest, to me personally, it wasn't a disappointment because it was just the Arizona game all over again. I'm going to just drop a couple of things and go ahead and drop off the line, but for Cara, it has to be frustrating being under another coordinator. It's another system to learn again. Team trying to find a new identity over again. Everybody thought picking up Chandler Jones, picking up Devontae, we was just going to go up and up, but at the end of the day, there's still new coaching on both sides of the ball.

We're having an on-the-job training. None of these guys didn't play in preseason, which I don't understand. As far as my observation of our defensive coordinator, Patrick Graham, I feel like when teams adjust, he can't make an adjustment after a team adjusts. It was an Arizona game all over again. It's not a disappointment. Being a Raiders fan and watching all the Raiders games for people who don't watch them, who have not seen the Raiders games.

Are you saying, help me out, you said it twice now. You're saying tonight's loss by the Raiders was not a disappointment. Not to me, because we cannot finish a game all year.

If you haven't watched a full Raiders game all year, this has been all of our games every year. Sure. So you're not saying it can still be a disappointment. What you're saying is you're not surprised, correct? There you go. That's the right word. Okay. I said the same. Thank you for cleaning that up, bro. Oh, no problem, Kristen.

Thank you for calling from Maryland. Look, I'm not a Raiders fan. I like the Raiders. They treated me good. I was at the Raiders stadium. They gave me a tour.

They took me to the lock. I like the Raiders. And by the way, if you ever have any thought about going to see the Raiders in Vegas, go do it. The atmosphere, the stadium, a Legion, it's amazing. Makes you want to be a Raiders fan. Until you realize that, yeah, it's the Raiders. It's a tough sell.

It can be a disappointment, but losing, them losing, never shocking. It's the J.R. Sport Reshow here on CBS Sports Radio. I'm going to take more of your calls.

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