The Kansas City Chiefs trail the Oakland Raiders, 9-0, at halftime of their game at O.co Coliseum in Oakland, Calif., on Sunday. The Chiefs failed to record a first down in the half, and have amassed just 17 yards of total offense.
Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn threw a second-quarter interception that led to the second of three Sebastian Janikowski field goals. Quinn has thrown for just 35 yards through two quarters of play, in addition to the pick. Still, Quinn's performance has been better than that of the Chiefs' running game, which has gained negative-2 yards.
Darren McFadden rushed for 57 yards on 16 carries in the opening half, while Mike Goodson rushed four times for 28 yards for the Raiders, who have out-gained the Chiefs, 198 total yards to 17.
Kansas City will receive the ball to begin the second half, and will try to avoid becoming the first team since 1966 Denver Broncos to fail to pick up a first down in a game.