The Chiefs finally added something to the "first down" column in the box score and have been able to keep the Raiders out of the end zone. Still, the offense has only been able to muster 56 yards through three-plus quarters, and KC trails by 15.
The Kansas City Chiefs finally picked up some first downs in the third quarter, but still trail the Oakland Raiders, 15-0, early in the fourth quarter at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif.
Sebastian Janikowski added another couple of field goals for the Raiders, who have racked up nearly 350 yards of total offense but are struggling to finish drives. Meanwhile, Kansas City's offense is struggling mightily, despite finally picking up a first down more than halfway through the third quarter.
Darren McFadden has eclipsed the century mark on the ground for Oakland, while Carson Palmer has completed 16-of-27 passes for 165 yards. The Raiders defense has been stout, holding Kansas City to 56 total yards and four first downs, two of which came as a result of penalties.
Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn is 13-of-21 for 98 yards and an interception. Running back Jamaal Charles has been non-existent, rushing seven times for eight yards.
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