The Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs met on Saturday afternoon with major AFC West division implications, and the game was tight throughout, eventually going to overtime before Oakland prevailed,16-13.
The Chiefs piled up well over 400 total yards in regulation and significantly outgained Oakland, but never held the lead on Saturday. They needed a last-minute touchdown pass from Kyle Orton to Dwayne Bowe to knot the score at 13 and force the extra period.
In the overtime period, the Raiders won the toss and needed just four plays to go 58 yards and kick the game-winning field goal.
Janikowski hit three field goal on the afternoon. Raiders QB Carson Palmer finished 16-26 for 237 yards with one TD and two INTs. Kansas City's Kyle Orton was 21-36 for 300 yards with one score and a pair of interceptions.
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