Sebastian Janikowski kicked five field goals, Darren McFadden rushed for 110 yards and the Raiders shut out Kansas City for the second time ever, beating the Chiefs 15-0 on Sunday. The Chiefs have now lost 10-of-11 games and are tied for the second most losses in franchise history behind a 2-14 record in 2008.
Jamaal Charles, who entered the game as the leading rusher in the AFC, gained 10 yards on nine carries. He finishes the two games against Oakland with 14 yards on 14 carries. Brady Quinn was 18 for 32 for 136 yards and an interception, who was without his top target, injured receiver Dwayne Bowe.
The Chiefs didn’t get the ball into Oakland territory until there was less than six minutes to go in the third quarter and that came after a 15 yard unnecessary roughness penalty that gave the Chiefs the ball at the Oakland 36. They eventually drove down to the four, but a delay of game penalty made it 4th and goal from the 9 and the Chiefs were stopped. They were trailing 12-0 at that point.
The Chiefs are tied with the Jacksonville Jaguars for worst record in the NFL.