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The Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs will meet on Sunday in a match-up of two AFC West teams.
Entering Sunday the Raiders are 2-3 while the Chiefs remain unbeaten at 5-0.
Coverage of Sunday’s game between the Raiders and Chiefs will air on CBS beginning at 1:00 pm ET from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO.
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The Odds: The Kansas City Chiefs are 8 point favorites against the Oakland Raiders. The over/under for this game is 41 total points.
Will the Chiefs remain unbeaten or will a improved Raiders team find a way to even their record?
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Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson was surprised at the amount of sacks the unit had Sunday against the Oakland Raiders. The defense sacked QB Terrelle Pryor 10 times and pressured him endlessly. What is becoming the trademark calling card, the swarming front seven caused havoc in making the statement they are here to stay.
With Week 6 starting, Terrelle Pryor has officially emerged as a threat at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders. He has improved exponentially each week and is quickly turning into one of the most electric players in the league this season. He has proven week in and week out that he is the quarterback of the future for the Raiders in this season, but just in case there are still doubters...
Oakland Raiders receiver Denarius Moore looks to be emerging as a top target in the team's offense, writes Jerry McDonald of the San Jose Mercury News. He currently has 15 receptions for 274 yards and two TD, his best output so far since entering the league three years ago out of Tennessee.
The Oakland Raiders were coming off a thrilling victory against the San Diego Chargers and seemed to have some momentum in this game early but it all fell apart almost the same as two weeks ago when like today, the Raiders led early and shut out the teams in the first quarter, then gave up 24 unanswered to finish the game. The only difference was that this time, Terrell Pryor...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- When you're 6-0 and coming off a 2-14 season, there really shouldn't be any complaining.
There can't be a football fan or scout or executive anywhere on the planet who could have forecast the amazing turnaround general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid have conducted with the Chiefs -- certainly not to the extent of a 6-0 start.
But -- and...
When asked if he believes in karma Alex Smith smiled. That's something he does a lot these days.
"No" Smith said. "But I do believe in hard work and doing things the right way. Over time if it's karma or whatever you want to call it I think doing things the right way working hard and focusing on the details makes good things happen."
Good things are...
Hey kids, can you believe CBS just locked us up for two more years? Until 2015. Hard to believe it, eh Paul. 2015. I might be dead by then, who knows. Hee-heee! I’ve got in my right hand here tonight’s Top Ten List…*Thunderous applause from audience.*2015, Paul. The Top Ten List will be 30 years-old in 2015. How about that. Whole lot of lists. They’re busy at the home office...
Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles ran for two touchdown and the defense pressured Oakland Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor into throwing three second-half interceptions and the Chiefs stay unbeaten with a 24-7 victory.
Blood trickles down his left shin as Jamaal Charles explains to a reporter why he’s wearing only a towel.
“Got these cuts” he says rubbing his arm and shoulder. “Can’t put clothes on just yet.”
Charles is headed to the trainer’s room soon. Bandages will keep him clean and protect his clothes. He just got out of the cold tub. Hopefully the swelling will stay down this...
Matt Flynn, fresh off of being demoted to third string by the Oakland Raiders and then released by the team, is in Buffalo to work out for the Bills, according to a report. The Bills could use help at quarterback after practice squad-turned-starting QB Thad Lewis got hurt on Sunday. The Bills’ quarterback situation is […]
The Kansas City Chiefs improved to 6-0 on the season and have a new record to call their own. According to the Guinness Book of World Records Arrowhead Stadium has set the world record for loudest outdoor sporting event during Sunday's win over the Oakland Raiders.
The previous record lasted less than a month. The Seattle Seahawks set the record during a Sept. 16 win over the...
Darren McFadden seems to be feeling better, and according to Adam Schefter via Colleen Dominguez, McFadden expects to play Sunday vs at Kansas City.
Raiders RB Darren McFadden told Colleen Dominguez that he will play today vs. the Chiefs.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 13, 2013
The time has come agian.Out in Kansas City, they're saying, "It's Raiders week!"In Oakland they're saying, "It's Chiefs week!"But it's a mismatch because the Chiefs are rolling at 5-0 and the Raiders are all over the place at 2-3 right?Wrong.Those that are familiar with this rivalry know to throw the records out the window because that doesn...
The Raiders fell to the Kansas City Chiefs this afternoon, their first loss at Arrowhead stadium in six years, as the Chiefs defense overwhelmed the Raiders’ patchwork offensive line.
The Raiders came into game missing their starting left tackle (Jared Veldheer) and center (Stefen Wisniewski) to injury and during the course of the game they also lost their 2nd team center ...
The Seattle Seahawks’ 12th man had the glory of being the loudest fans on Earth, but it didn’t last long.
On September 15th the Hawks Nest hosted the 49ers with the Guinness Book of World Records present, with intentions of setting the world record for the loudest crowd. They ended up setting the world record at 131.6 decibels, only to break it themselves in the third quarter...