OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- Sometimes it can be awfully hard to pinpoint exactly when and where a horrible team such as the Kansas City Chiefs actually hits rock bottom.
Not the case anymore for the Chiefs.
One wouldn't need a GPS to determine rock bottom came Sunday in Oakland where the Chiefs fell 15-0 to the Raiders in one of the most feeble efforts in Chiefs franchise history, at least offensively.
How bad was it?
It was so bad that the Chiefs fell to 2-12 by being shut out by a Raiders team that came into the game dead last in in the NFL in scoring defense the Raiders had been giving up almost 31 points a game.
It was so bad that the Chiefs gained just 119 total yards, their low point of the season. The franchise record for fewest yards is 62, set in 1963, also against the Raiders.
It was so bad that of the Chiefs' six possessions in the first half, five were three-and-outs, and the other ended on third down with a Brady Quinn interception.
It was so bad that the Chiefs d...