Chiefs vs. Raiders Video: Hue Jackson And Todd Haley Share Tense Handshake

The Kansas City Chiefs pretty much obliterated the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, which probably displeased Oakland head coach Hue Jackson greatly. There were a few in-game decisions by Chiefs coach Todd Haley that probably troubled him too, like when the Chiefs were still throwing with under two minutes left up four touchdowns. There was also potential targeting of the vulnerable leg of Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer by Tamba Hali, which probably had to really irk Jackson. Josh Alper of Pro Football Talk has more.

Check out the video of the very handshake after the jump, and see how Jackson is sniping at Haley.

 

No, this was no Jim Harbaugh-Jim Schwartz battle royale, but the Raiders and Chiefs do play again this season. So the potential for future fireworks between the two head coaches is very much there.

To talk about Jackson and the Raiders, hit up Silver and Black Pride.  To talk about Haley and the Chiefs, go to Arrowhead Pride.

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