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Raiders 7, Chiefs 7 — Halftime

The Raiders broke a scoreless tie with a 39-yard touchdown pass from Terrelle Pryor to Denarius Moore early in the second quarter.
That gave the Raiders a 7-0 lead and helped quiet the sold-out crowd, which began the game making plenty of noise.
The Raiders had a chance to take a 3-0 lead before the Pryor-Moore connection, though Sebastian Janikowski came up short on a 51-yard field-goald attempt.
That marked Janikowski’s fourth miss this season, whereas he missed only three such attempts last season.
The Chiefs tied the game with 1 minute, 6 seconds left in the half on a 7-yard run by running back Jamaal Charles.
One play earlier, Raiders rookie cornerback D.J. Hayden committed a pass interference penalty on a third-and-10 play to give the Chiefs a first-and-goal from the Raiders 7.
Hayden played well to that point, though he allowed a 17-yard completion earlier in the drive.

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  • 2romes

    Yes,right up the middle again. Great!

  • Oaktown Raiders

    You’d be surprised how much he wouldn’t be.

  • Just Fire Baby

    They are drafting Manziel, book that.

  • http://facebook.com/Unicron5 Samnificient Jonsey

    o–ine issues

  • RaidingTexas

    Throwing quick to WRs who can’t get open still doesn’t solve the passing woes.

  • _Mista_

    TJ is becoming a pro bowl ST/Gunner.

  • The_Civilian_James_Trapp

    “Yeah I said it!” Chris Rock

  • 10centsworth

    Alex, it takes a real loser to do nothing but glory in others mistakes. That is all you do. you got a mealy mouth.

  • disqus_yeZNegncsV

    Great kick but King acted like he pulled something.

  • Oaktown Raiders

    None at all.. I haven’t seen Rod get open all day.

  • LB32

    We need the D to come up w/ a play

  • Alex7

    it’s a blitz! CBs always cover WRs, you throw the ball anyways and let the WRs make a play.

    RARELY is an NFL WR wide open.

  • Dorian Marchel Gray

    1st time i seen pryor wit hotrible body language

  • MaddenRaider

    The difference with Denver is that Pryor was solid against Denver. He looks like he’s not ready for prime time today. The Chiefs are making the Pryor led Raiders look how Dr. Robert and Alex see them. I think we’re better, and I think we’ll bounce back. But the Chiefs are making it look that way. It’s about momentum.

  • Kamikaze_Sensei

    very much agree

  • tom kaufman

    Defense becoming too predictable

  • marks hair

    we desperately need a wide receiver that can get open with some kind of consistency

  • Jonathan V.

    Defensive score is our only hope. Man do we need to draft o lineman this draft.

  • http://facebook.com/Unicron5 Samnificient Jonsey

    o-line in disarray, noise and Pryor inexperience

  • Alex7

    it’s an NFL record. it’s newsworthy.

  • Just Fire Baby

    I’vee been saying it all year, the QB of the future is not on the roster.
    Never changed that opinion, but did get a little excited after last week.

  • Kamikaze_Sensei

    More injuries than bad play from our starters.

  • Goldie7

    new post

  • Rico Stifler

    Doesn’t account for his delay of games and that ugly pick.

  • Kamikaze_Sensei

    We need a line that’s not broken.

  • Sir Raider Duck, OMS

    Our o-linemen are fine. NO TEAM IN THE LEAGUE has the o-line depth to deal with our injuries.

  • c2e

    is rivera playing?

  • MaddenRaider

    Same things in Denver. KC is reducing Pryor as a QB. They’re breaking him down. Denver didn’t do that.

  • http://facebook.com/Unicron5 Samnificient Jonsey

    i thought it was pass rusher. or receiver ?

  • Alex7

    I feel bad for Schaub because many of us have been there at our own levels, when suddenly our athletic talent seems lost and we can’t figure out why we can’t do what’s always come naturally/easy.

  • Rico Stifler

    Nevermind the fact that Gannon was playing against the HC who wrote his playbook…..

  • SnBG

    Agree, the D has to step up now

  • LB32

    Exactly, we are taking guys off the street and playing them

  • disqus_yeZNegncsV

    Hard for ANY team to show offense when none of those linemen have worked as a unit.

  • Alex7

    we have a very solid starting 5. A QB that can read the all-out obvious blitz and throw the slant would be nice.

  • loyal

    need a break here.

  • Alex7

    need to get healthy.

  • http://facebook.com/Unicron5 Samnificient Jonsey

    Exactly.

  • rioderek

    Playing with a 3rd string line, no back and in a loud stadium and down by a TD. You’re expecting a lot. Beside the game ain’t over Houdini may have some tricks left

  • 10centsworth

    your “lol” slimeball shows your concern. You never hit a field or court. You don’t have a clue.

  • http://facebook.com/Unicron5 Samnificient Jonsey

    big sack, turnover , anything…no back breaking offensive play, please….

  • c2e

    momentum swing time!

  • 0ak R8rs

    A starting QB is involved w approximately 1050 plays in a season. I choose not to evaluate a players ability inside his own 20 for 3 straight drives in a hostile environment w no OL.

  • The_Civilian_James_Trapp

    LOL! Late Hit, and the coksukkers don’t throw a flag

  • rioderek

    Great return

  • Stringer Bell

    How many late hits are they going to allow on us today?

  • SnBG

    Raiders are not giving up. I like that

  • turf toe

    Hope we can manage a win, but TP could get murdered out there and OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOhhhhh

    I’m so glad I encouraged Hayden earlier. Waiting for my thank you note

  • http://facebook.com/Unicron5 Samnificient Jonsey

    Lets see what Pryor’s got. Bridgewater or Hundley is their

  • rioderek

    Now the offense has to make it happen. It would be nice to seize momentum