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Silver Minings: Week 7 AFC West roundup

Taking a look at the division

Seattle Seahawks v Los Angeles Chargers Photo by Harry How/Getty Images

The Las Vegas Raiders took care of business versus the Houston Texans, winning 38-20. Let's see how the rest of the AFC west fared on Sunday.

Los Angeles Chargers 23 Seattle Seahawks 37

  • Justin Herbert: 33/51, 293 2 TDs, 1 INTs
  • Austin Ekler: 21 touches, 127 yards
  • Mike Williams: 7 catches, 86 yards
  • Gerald Everett: 5 catches, 63 yards

The Los Angeles Chargers could not stop the run again as the Seattle Seahawks played smash-mouth football. Seahawks rushed for 214 yards, and Kenneth Walker added 168 to the total. Herbert and the offense couldn't get anything going adding another low YPA to his number with 51 passing attempts.

Kansas City Chiefs 44 San Francisco 49ers 23

  • Patrick Mahomes: 25-34, 423 yards, 3 TDS, 1 INTs
  • Juju Smith-Schuster: 7 catches, 124 yards, 1 TD
  • Isiah Pacheco: 8 touches, 43 yards
  • Chris Jones: 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble
  • Frank Clark: 1.5 sacks

The Chiefs dominated both sides of the football and are in a race with the Buffalo Bills. They are the two best teams in football right now, and it was displayed with the Chiefs putting 44 on a great 49ers defense.

Denver Broncos 9 New York Jets 16

  • Brett Rypien: 24/46, 225
  • Jerry Jeudy: 7 catches, 96 yards
  • Greg Dulcich: 6 catches, 51 yards
  • D.J Jones: 2 sacks

The Broncos continue to struggle on offense, with Brett Rypien under center. Denver will not have a QB controversy with his 4.9 YPA and 56.9 passer rating. The Broncos' defense has another game allowing less than 20 points and losing.

In other Raiders links

Tape Don't Lie instant reaction: The TDL show gives their response to the win over the Texans.

Josh Jacobs interview with CBS: After his third 140-plus yard performance in a row, Jacobs meets with CBS sports.

Jacobs's third touchdown of the day: Jacobs completed the hat trick Sunday, and here is the highlight of the third touchdown.