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Raiders vs. Chiefs: Oakland pulls off the tough road win

The Raiders hope to build off of their second win of the season with their first road win this weekend when they travel to Kansas City.

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Richard Seymour fined for hit on Matt Cassel

Richard Seymour drew a penalty for his late hit on Matt Cassel and now has a $15,750 fine from the NFL to go with it.

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Oakland Raiders keeping win in perspective

The Oakland Raiders have won two games in a row for the first time this season.

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Darren McFadden has best game this year in win

The Oakland Raiders win, but more importantly, they finally saw some success from their star running back, Darren McFadden.

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Raiders win sixth straight in KC, 26-16

The Raiders picked up their sixth straight win at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday, defeating the Chiefs, 26-16.

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Raiders take control, lead 23-9 after 3 quarters

It wasn't too long ago that the Oakland Raiders were in a tough, close game with the Kansas City Chiefs. Not anymore.

The Raiders have jumped out to a 23-9 lead after three quarters and have the game firmly in hand after a nice third quarters. After Sebastian Janikowski and Ryan Succop traded field goals, Darrius Heyward-Bey made a nice run after the catch to go 32 yards for a touchdown.

With a 14-point lead and the defense really locking in, the Raiders look like they are in complete command. Matt Cassel had a really nice first half after coming on for the injured Brady Quinn, but he slowed in the third quarter.

Meanwhile, the Oakland offensive line is taking control and Darren McFadden is starting to rack up yards. He has 80 yards on the ground now and with the way they are eating up yards and clock on the ground, to go along with their defense, the Raiders are in perfect position to put this game away in Kansas City.

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Raiders lead 13-6 at half after Moore TD catch

What looked like a field goal battle finally got a touchdown. Carson Palmer found Denarius Moore from nine yards out late in the second quarter to give the Oakland Raiders a 13-6 lead over the Kansas City Chiefs at halftime.

The touchdown was set up by a muffed Javier Arenas punt. He put the ball on the turf and the Raiders jumped on it at the Kansas City 11. A two-yard run by Darren McFadden and incomplete pass later, Palmer connected with Moore and Oakland was in front.

It's been a big day for Moore, who set up the Raiders' first field goal when he took a bubble screen 58 yards. He has just three matches on the day, but they have gone with 83 yards and a touchdown so he is shining.

Before the muffed punt and touchdown, the two teams traded field goals. The Raiders struck first, then they added a second field goal, but the Chiefs answered with two of their own.

Matt Cassel is in at quarterback for Kansas City after Brady Quinn left with an injury and he had looked good. He has completed seven of 10 passes for 110 yards and has added 11 yards on the ground, leading the Chiefs on both of their scoring drives.

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Raiders in front 3-0 thanks to Janikowski FG

The match-up of the bad Oakland Raiders and the bad Kansas City Chiefs has been predictably bad. Neither team has played clean or impressive football, but that won't bother the Raiders. That's because a 36-yard field goal by Sebastian Janikowski has them up 3-0 at the end of the first quarter.

Oakland's scoring drive was due in large part to Denarius Moore, who took a bubble screen for 58 yards to take the Raiders from their own 18 to the Kansas City 24. He cut all the way across the field and showed off his great speed to get them into field goal range so when the offense stalled, it didn't matter. Janikowski knocked the ball through the uprights and the visitors were in front.

Brady Quinn and Matt Cassel are both available for the Chiefs, but it is Quinn who got the nod in the first quarter. He didn't do much to inspire confidence as the Raiders defense beat him around and he got hurt to boot. His status for the rest of the game is unknown, but it looks like it is Cassel's turn to get a look.

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Shawntae Spencer sits for Raiders

The Chiefs and Raiders announced their inactives for Sunday's games. Among the Raiders' are Taiwan Jones and Shawntae Spencer.

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Raiders vs. Chiefs: Preview, TV schedule and more

Coming off a 26-23 overtime win against Jacksonville, the Oakland Raiders will head to Kansas City to face the Chiefs on Sunday.

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Why the Raiders must win against KC this weekend

The Oakland Raiders must have a good result in Kansas City this weekend.

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Raiders have many injury questions for Sunday

The Raiders are not the healthiest of teams as they enter an important AFC West road game against the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday.

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Raider fantasy options for Week 8

The Raiders head on the road to take on the Chiefs in week 8. Which Raiders belong in your fantasy lineup?

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Can the Raiders make a run at AFC West title?

The Oakland Raiders have shockingly found themselves in the middle of a division race despite very poor play this season.

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Khalif Barnes, Shawntae Spencer DNP on Thursday

Khalif Barnes and Shawntae Spencer did not practice on Thursday as they continue to recover from injuries.

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Tamba Hali calls Raiders dirty, how creative.

The Oakland Raiders are cheap, at least according to a cheater named Tamba Hali.

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Prediction for Raiders vs. Chiefs game

This week the Raiders travel to the unfriendly confines of Arrowhead Stadium to take on the Chiefs. Will the Silver and Black get their first road win?

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Oakland Raiders should be happy to see Brady Quinn

The Oakland Raiders are a little more confident about this weekend after Brady Quinn was named the starter for the Kansas City Chiefs

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Raiders one-point underdogs vs. Chiefs in Week 8

The Raiders are one-point underdogs going into Sunday's contest at Arrowhead Stadium.

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Raiders staying healthy at key positions

The oft-injured Darren McFadden appears to be near full-strength, while tight end Brandon Myers and defensive tackle Richard Seymour both practiced Wednesday.

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Raiders DE Lamarr Houston is AFC defensive POW

The Raiders pulled out an overtime victory against the Jaguars on Sunday, and Lamarr Houston is getting recognized for his defensive efforts.

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Raider defensive line key to success vs. Chiefs

With Matt Cassel out for an extended period, the Chiefs turn to their backup quarterback in Brady Quinn. The Raiders will have to get to him if they hope to win the game.

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