One of the few benefits of watching NFL football without fans this season has been hearing the quarterback calls along the line. Derek Carr of the Las Vegas Raiders showed off his playcall diversity on Sunday night against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Carr was overheard saying "Purple Walrus" and "Mom in Georgia," as well as calling out NBA greats James Harden and Chris Mullin.
It all seemed to be working for Carr, whose Raiders pulled ahead of the Chiefs with just under two minutes remaining in the game. But quarterback Patrick Mahomes marched the Chiefs down for the go-ahead score with 28 seconds to play, giving Kansas City a 35-31 victory over Las Vegas.