Former Raiders WR Tim Brown leads the crowd in a Raiders chant during his HOF ring ceremony on Sunday.
Photo by Juan M. Reyes
The Oakland Raiders saw their chances of a possible Wild Card berth dwindle Sunday when they unraveled in the second half to the Kansas City Chiefs 34-20.
Riding high on the momentum after their 24-21 road win over the Titans the previous week, the Raiders failed to take advantage of the many opportunities the Chiefs handed them as Raiders QB David Carr struggled to connect with his offense.
Although there's a slight chance they could sneak into the playoffs he most memorable moment of the day was the half time presentation of 'Mr. Raider' Tim Browns NFL Hall of Fame Ring. The first round draft pick of the Raiders in 1988 Brown was the last of the Class of 2015 to receive his HOF ring.
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Also on hand for Sundays game to experience were two graduate students of Cal Berkeley's School of Journalism Trinity Joseph and Juan Reyes who as guests of Raiders Public Affairs employee Mike Taylor, reported on the game.
Felicia got a chance to speak to Trinity and Juan after the game about their experience on the field and in the press box.
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Raiders (5-7) will travel to face (10-2) divison rival first place Denver Broncos Sunday at 1:05 pm.