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The Chiefs catch a break with QB Kyle Boller starting, and John Czarnecki of FOX Sports reports that theres a chance that Carson Palmer will be inactive. There is a good chance that Terrelle Pryor could play in some specific wildcat offensive style packages. Knowing Oakland coach Hue Jackson, there could be some trickery from the Raiders, who have a bye next week to get Palmer ready for the final nine games. Source: FOX Sports
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It’s always entertaining (to me) to repeatedly realize that the people I covered in Los Angeles and Philadelphia years ago always seem to come back into the news, most frequently right here in the Bay Area. It happened again last week. It always happens. So, after a respectable pause, I got...
Carson Palmer played like a quarterback who was sitting on his couch less than a week ago thinking he was retired.
The problem for the Oakland Raiders was that starter Kyle Boller didn't look any better.
Kendrick Lewis returned one of Boller's three interceptions for a touchdown and Brandon Flowers took back one of Palmer's three picks for another score to help the...
Carson Palmer said he was excited and uncomfortable at the same time Sunday in what turned out to be his ugly debut in a Raiders uniform.
Now, he says he’ll be “grinding” to make certain that uncomfortable feeling is dead and buried by the time the Raiders (4-3) play their next game on Nov. 6 against the Broncos (2-4).
Palmer came on in relief of starter Kyle Boller at quarterback...
In the end, it didn't much matter whether Kyle Boller or Carson Palmer played quarterback for the Oakland Raiders. The Kansas City Chiefs had their way with both.
Kyle Boller dropped back on Oakland's first series and threw a pass to the left sideline that Kendrick Lewis intercepted and returned for a touchdown. Carson Palmer did the same to the right side to Brandon Flowers in the fourth quarter.
In the end, it didn't much matter whether Kyle Boller or Carson Palmer played quarterback for the Oakland Raiders. The Kansas City Chiefs had their way with both. Kendrick Lewis and Brandon Flowers returned interceptions for touchdowns and the Chiefs took advantage of rusty quarterback play from Boller and Palmer to beat the Oakland Raiders 28-0 on Sunday.
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