A statistical look at the Raiders’ 21-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium:
0-4: The Raiders’ record against the Chiefs in the Jack Del Rio era.
3: Consecutive games with a strip-sack by Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack.
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4: Consecutive games with at least 100 receiving yards by Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce, matching the franchise mark set by former tight end Tony Gonzalez.
5: Consecutive games the Raiders have lost to the Chiefs.
6: Consecutive games Oakland had won coming in.
8: Consecutive games with a sack by Mack.
10-3: The Raiders’ and Chiefs’ record atop the AFC West; Kansas City owns the tiebreaker by virtue of having swept the season series.
12: Team-leading touchdowns scored by Raiders running back Latavius Murray this season.
29: Yards receiving on five catches by Oakland’s Amari Cooper, giving him 1,010 yards this season.
49.1: Raiders quarterback Derek Carr’s QB rating after completing just 17 of 41 pass attempts.
51: Years it had been since a rookie (Gale Sayers in 1965) had scored touchdowns on the ground, through the air and on punt and kickoff returns in a single season before Hill accomplished the feat on Thursday night.
95.7: Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith’s QB rating after completing 17 of 26 attempts with a touchdown and an interception.
103: Yards rushing by Murray in 22 attempts.
117: Yards passing by Carr.
264: Yards passing by Smith.