It's never a good time for a fumble but it was a really, really bad time for a Travis Kelce fumble. The Kansas City Chiefs TE caught a pass with about a minute left in the first half against the Oakland Raiders and moved up field. Instead of going out of bounds, he tried to fight for more yards ... which led to a fumble. Charles Woodson stripped Kelce and returned it to put the Raiders in good field position.
That led to the Raiders' Derek Carr hitting this key strike to Michael Crabtree for a touchdown.
How did the Raiders complete this pass?
Ridiculous throw and catch between Carr & Crabtree to end the half. https://t.co/Enx3QN2A3o— Nick Hjeltness (@nickhjeltness) December 6, 2015