At this point respectability is about all the Chiefs have to play for and on Sunday they looked more than respectable in a 34-27 win over the Raiders. While the defense wasn’t perfect—Kerry Collins passed for 343 yards—they were able to hold the Raiders under 30 points to secure the win. Chiefs quarterback Trent Green was almost perfect in the second half, hitting 14-of-15 passes for 229 yards and two touchdown passes. The biggest pass of the game came in the fourth quarter when Green hit Eddie Kennison for a 70-yard strike to break a 27-27 tie. Green finished with 340 yards and three touchdowns. Second-year running back Larry Johnson filled in after Derrick Blaylock took a vicious hit. Johnson rushed for 118 yards and a touchdown and caught three passes for 56 yards and another touchdown—both in the second half. With the win the Chiefs improved to 4-8.