Andy Reid still hasn’t forgotten about Raiders’ victory lap in Week 5

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The Chiefs and Raiders are set to square off in an epic matchup, headlining the Week 11 slate in a Sunday Night Football showdown, and Kansas City still hasn’t forgotten what Las Vegas did last time around.

It was surprising to many when the Raiders left Arrowhead Field with a 40-32 victory, using a heavy dose of their rushing attack to control the clock and emerge with a huge divisional win. They were feeling themselves afterward — perhaps a bit too much — as Jon Gruden had the driver of their team busses take a “victory lap” around the parking lot before heading to the airport.

And Andy Reid has not forgotten about it.

“They won the game, so they can do anything they want to do,” Reid said, via ESPN.com. “That’s not our style.”

That’s not really a good look for Gruden, who had never beaten the Chiefs since taking over as Raiders head coach in 2018. He’s now given the defending Super Bowl Champions bulletin-board material, and it may not end well for his team.

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