Chiefs were ready for Raiders' McGloin, grabbing four interceptions
Summary of 3 articles · Updated Dec 16, 2013
Just in case you were wondering, Matt McGloin will indeed start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders next week against the San Diego Chargers At least, that’s what coach Dennis Allen said after the Raiders were blown out by the Kansas City Chiefs , on Sunday and McGloin had a passer rating of 57.1 after throwing four interceptions and losing a fumble. So as you might imagine, it's no coincidence that all four of the Chiefs' interceptions came by reading McGloin's eyes. Berry added that they watched a lot of film on McGloin throughout the week, and that “it paid off.” So while Matt McGloin got out to a strong start as the Raiders’ starting quarterback this season, completing 57.1 percent of his passes for 1,044 yards, six touchdowns and only three interceptions in his first five games, future opponents were also busy breaking down the tape on the 6-foot-1, 210-pound undrafted rookie from Penn State. He also pounds the pulpit by saying he'll use the players that give the Raiders the best chance to win. The QB with the second-highest number of such throws in that time frame? Some dude in the Arizona desert named Carson Palmer , with 13.