The Chiefs missed an opportunity to finish the season a perfect 8-0 at home losing to the Oakland Raiders 31-10. The Chiefs finish the regular season 10-6 and will host a first round playoff game next weekend.
Oakland played without running back Darren McFadden, but got 137 yards and a touchdown from Michael Bush and Jason Campbell threw a TD pass as well as Oakland dominated the game after the Chiefs took a 3-0 lead in the first quarter.
Matt Cassel was just 11 of 33 with two interceptions, one of them run back for a touchdown late as Cassel was picked off from the end zone. The Raiders had 344 total yards to Kansas City’s 201 and held the top-rated rushing offense to 115 yards on the ground.
Jamall Charles, who trailed Houston’s Arian Foster by 56 yards for the NFL rushing lead, had 87 yards on 14 carries, including a 47-yard burst that was KC’s offensive highlight. He finished the regular season with 1,467 yards.