K.C. Defense Bedevils All Raiders QBs in 28- Victory

From the O.co Coliseum, Oakland, California

The Chiefs scored four touchdowns on Sunday afternoon and easily beat the Oakland Raiders 28-0 in an AFC West match-up in the East Bay.

Jumping to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, the Chiefs never lost control of the game as they produced just enough offense and got a sterling defensive effort, especially from their secondary against Oakland QBs Kyle Boller and Carson Palmer.

FS Kendrick Lewis and CB Brandon Flowers returned interceptions for touchdowns, two of the five picks they grabbed in the game. Flowers, CB Brandon Carr and SS Jon McGraw also added INTs.

CB Javier Arenas even had a touchdown – this one on offense as he took a direct snap in a Wildcat formation and ran seven yards for a score. The other score came on a 1-yard run by FB Le’Ron McClain, the first rushing touchdown of the season for the Chiefs.

The Chiefs are now 3-3 on the season. The Raiders are 4-3 after the loss. With San Diego falling to the New York Jets in the Meadowlands, the Chargers are now 4-2 and headed to Arrowhead Stadium for a Halloween/Monday night game.

Here’s the blanket coverage of the game:

2 Responses to “K.C. Defense Bedevils All Raiders QBs in 28- Victory”

  • October 23, 2011  - ED J says:

    Great job by the defense I knew secondary would have a big day as long as we could control the run game. With Kyle I should’ve been a Bowler and Carson not playing in almost a yr I figured they would have few opportunities to get some picks, but I must admits 6 picks was beyond what i ever could’ve imagined. Also love the shutout in the black hole got to love it.

  • October 24, 2011  - txchief says:


    I think the folks in Chokeland just renamed it the 0 (zero).co stadium.

    …and now Hue is praying that Minnesota will release McNabb, so that he can upgrade his QB staff again!

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