The Oakland Raiders held onto a lead in the fourth quarter of their Week 16 game against the Kansas City Chiefs, only to watch that lead slip away late in the game once again. Luckily, the Raiders have not lost the game just yet. The game has headed into overtime due to a fourth-quarter Chiefs comeback.
A Chiefs 49-yard screen pass set up a touchdown pass from Kyle Orton to Dwayne Bowe that tied the score at 13 apiece with only 1:04 remaining in the game. That pass capped off a five-play, 80-yard drive to bring the Kansas City crown to life and pump up the Chiefs players.
The Raiders managed to block a field goal attempt as time expired in regulation, keeping Oakland alive and sending them to overtime wit the score tied 13-13.