The never-ending sitcom that is Jon Gruden's first year helming the Oakland Raiders in his return to the National Football League got its latest episode on Sunday, when Gruden resorted to extreme measures to display his ire over a questionable Kansas City Chiefs touchdown.
Lee Smith #86 of the Oakland Raiders celebrates with Doug Martin #28 after scoring on a one-yard catch against the Kansas City Chiefs during their National Football League game at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on December 2, 2018 in Oakland, California. However, on further review, it appeared the ball came loose in Kelce's hand as he fell to the ground.
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There was only one problem with that decision: National Football League coaches aren't allowed to challenge a call with less than two minutes remaining in a half.
Jon Gruden and the Raiders had a rough end to the first half on Sunday against the Chiefs.
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Because of his blunder, the Raiders were charged a timeout. They allowed zero sacks on Patrick Mahomes and that is an automatic spot in the GOOD this week.
On Monday, Gruden took the opportunity of a question about Martavis Bryant to address his errant challenge. By rule, it was looked at by replay officials, and the touchdown was confirmed.
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So there you have it.