• Raiders 0, Chiefs 0 — End of 1st quarter

    Summary of 24 articles · Updated Oct 14, 2013
    The Chiefs have to get better, too. The Chiefs enter Sunday’s game against Oakland having lost six straight to the Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium, and the Chiefs seemingly have lost by every possible way. The Chiefs tied the game late in the first half, but the Raiders still felt as if they controlled the game because of how well their defense played, according to Woodson and several of his defensive mates. This team is built around a vicious defense, and with quarterback Alex Smith playing a second bad game in a row the Chiefs have no choice but to find out how much Charles can take. The risk is in finding out. “We want the fans being as loud as ever and we’re doing everything we can to break a world record and to reach 137 decibels,” Ty Rowton, one of the group members explained to KCChiefs.com “But more importantly, the main goal of all of this is to bring back Arrowhead and make it the loudest and most intimidating stadium in the NFL.” Mission accomplished.
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      A review of four hot issues from the Kansas City Chiefs' 24-7 win against the Oakland Raiders: Too much Charles, part I: Running back Jamaal Charles supplied 128 of the Chiefs’ 216 yards and both of their offensive touchdowns. Otherwise, the Chiefs prod…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs win by staying true to identity

      KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Though the situation might have called for it, the Kansas City Chiefs refused to panic. They rummaged through their substantial bag of defensive tricks and threw them all at young Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor, but he si…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs' Smith has another tough game

      Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith was as frustrated as anyone in Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. Completing less than 50 percent of his passes is not acceptable. Failing to throw a touchdown pass for the second straight week is unsatisfactory. But Smith knows …
    • Battered Charles can't continue to carry offensive load for Chiefs

      With the Chiefs managing just 216 yards against the Raiders, and Jamaal Charles accounting for 128 of them, imagine this offense without its only real playmaker. Coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith have always been at their best when the ball is …
    • Chiefs credited with 10 sacks in win vs. Oakland

      On Sunday, the Chiefs were outgained by the Raiders. Overall, Kansas City gained just 3.5 yards per play. However, the Chiefs’ defense was outstanding, and it was the difference in a 24-7 win. The victory improved the Chiefs’ record to 6-0, which keeps …
    • Locker Room Buzz: Kansas City Chiefs

      KANSAS CITY -- Observed in the locker room after the Kansas City Chiefs' 24-7 win over the Oakland Raiders: Record noise: Chiefs fans set a Guinness Book of World Records mark for an outdoor event by registering 137.5 decibels during the fourth quarter.…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs report card vs. Raiders

      The Star's Randy Covitz grades the Chiefs' performance against the Raiders.
    • Arrowhead Stadium reclaims title as world’s loudest stadium after Chiefs fans hit 137.5 decibels

      After getting out to a 6-0 start, the Kansas City Chiefs have restored the roar at Arrowhead Stadium. So much so that their supporters set a new world record for crowd noise on Sunday afternoon. With a representative from Guinness World Records on hand …
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Chiefs stymie Raiders to remain undefeated

      Jamaal Charles ran for two touchdowns, the Kansas City defense harassed Oakland quarterback Terrelle Pryor into throwing three second-half interceptions and the Chiefs remained unbeaten with a 24-7 victory over the Raiders on Sunday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs snap Raiders jinx with 24-7 win at Arrowhead

      The streak is over. The Chiefs, behind a relentless defense, snapped the almost inexplicable six-game, home-field losing streak to the Oakland Raiders by defeating their AFC West rivals 24-7 on Sunday in front of 76,394 at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs …
    • A tale of the Chiefs' six straight losses to the Raiders at Arrowhead

      The streak almost defies description. The Chiefs enter Sunday's game against Oakland having lost six straight to the Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium, and the Chiefs seemingly have lost by every possible way. No other opponent has beaten the Chiefs in six c…
  • From A to Z, a nearly letter-perfect win for the Chiefs over the Raiders

    The Star's Vahe Gregorian offers an A to Z rewind of the Chiefs' 24-7 win over the Oakland Raiders and a fast-forward glance ahead to this weekend's game against the Houston Texans.
  • Raiders mistaked-filled game vs. Chiefs still counts as progress

    KANSAS CITY – Coach Dennis Allen viewed Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs as a measuring stick for the progress being made by the Raiders this season. The closer-than-it-seemed, 24-7 loss to the Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium showed Allen and ge…
  • Locker Room Buzz: Oakland Raiders

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Observed in the locker room after the Oakland Raiders’ 24-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Flashback: It was just outside this locker room, following the 2010 season finale -- in which a 31-10 Oakland victory gave it an 8-8 record, t…
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Rapid Reaction: Oakland Raiders

      KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A few thoughts on the Oakland Raiders' 24-7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs: What it means: The Raiders outplayed the Chiefs in virtually every aspect of the game in the first half, and the game was tied 7-7 at the half. A missed 51-y…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs 24, Raiders 7 — Final

      KANSAS CITY – The Kansas City Chiefs parlayed an interception late in the third quarter into a tiebreaking touchdown drive, then relied on their defense to close out the game against the Raiders on Sunday. The formula worked quite well as the Chiefs sea…
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      The Chiefs should prove they're serious about making a deep playoff run by bringing back Tony Gonzalez.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Raiders 7, Chiefs 7 — Halftime

      The Raiders broke a scoreless tie with a 39-yard touchdown pass from Terrelle Pryor to Denarius Moore early in the second quarter. That gave the Raiders a 7-0 lead and helped quiet the sold-out crowd, which began the game making plenty of noise. The Rai…
    • Raiders strike first at Kansas City

      In a game where both starting quarterbacks have been under strong pass-rush pressure, the underdog Raiders scored first at Kansas City. Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor connected with wideout Denarius Moore on a 39-yard touchdown to give Oakland a 7-0…
  • Tamba Hali having monster game for Kansas City

    In two of the first five weeks of the season, Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston has captured AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors. Teammate Tamba Hali would seem to have a shot at matching Houston in Week Six. Hali has led a ferocious Chiefs p…

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