Raiders-Chiefs final score: KC's dominating defense delivers another win, 24-7

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The Kansas City Chiefs didn't play perfect in Sunday's 24-7 victory over the Oakland Raiders but their 6-0 record says they are. KC's defense once again stepped up big, holding Oakland to just one touchdown and sacking Terrelle Pryor a whopping nine times. Jamaal Charles scored twice as the Chiefs extended their perfect record. Next week: Houston comes to Arrowhead. Make sure you check out the AP podcast going live at 7 p.m. Arrowhead time.

Chiefs break crowd noise record

The Chiefs attempted a Guinness Book of World Record for crowd noise at a game. Seattle held the record at 136.6 decibels. KC got as high as 137.5 according to the Chiefs readings, making Arrowhead the loudest stadium on planet Earth.

FIRST QUARTER

Chiefs 1st drive: Punt

Alex Smith was sacked on the first play of the game. Eric Fisher was beat.

Alex picked up 10 yards on a 3rd-and-9.

Raiders 1st drive: Punt

Terrelle Pryor lined up in the pistol on the first play from scrimmage.

The pocket collapsed when Dontari Poe pushed up the middle, allowing DJ to get in for a sack on third down.

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Chiefs 2nd drive: Punt

Blown protection by the Chiefs. Two Raiders came right at Branden Albert. He blocked one, the other came in unblocked for the sack.

Raiders 2nd drive: Punt

Oakland moved into Chiefs territory on this drive.

Tamba Hali sacked Pryor. Again, the pocket collapsed. Husain Abdullah was credited with half a sack.

Chiefs 3rd drive: Punt

Knile Davis fumbled the ball out of bounds on one play.

Branden Albert was injured.

Jamaal Charles had a 24-yard reception that put the Chiefs in Raiders territory.

On 3rd down, Alex was sacked (again).

SECOND QUARTER

Raiders 3rd drive: Punt

Pryor had a 27-yard run down the left side. Tamba Hali dropped into coverage and got caught.

Jacoby Ford took a handoff from Pryor and wanted to throw it back to Pryor but the Chiefs defense sniffed it out.

Chiefs 4th drive: Punt

The Chiefs offensive line is playing really, really bad. Alex can't do anything.

Raiders 4th drive: Touchdown, 7-0 (Raiders)

SCORE: Pryor found Denarious Moore over the middle for a 39-yard touchdown.

Chiefs 5th drive: Punt

Dwayne Bowe got his first catch of the game, a first down.

The awful Chiefs offense continues.

Raiders 5th drive: Punt

The Raiders picked up a third down conversion. Frustrating to see when the crowd is so into it.

Tyson Jackson picked up a sack on Pryor, who ran from one end of the field to the other Tecmo-style.

Chiefs 6th drive: Touchdown, 7-7

Alex had a nice back shoulder pass to D-Bowe for 17 yards. Jamaal had an excellent blitz pick-up on the play.

Alex missed Donnie Avery wide open in the end zone. Wide open.

Albert went down again with injury.

Alex had a pass near the goal line to D-Bowe that drew a penalty flag, setting the Chiefs up inside the 10.

SCORE: Jamaal Charles punches it in up the gut. Chiefs tie the game, 7-7.

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Raiders 6th drive: Punt

Dontari Poe came limping off the field. He was getting his leg looked at.

Chiefs 7th drive: Halftime

Chiefs ran it out before halftime.

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THIRD QUARTER

Raiders 7th drive: Punt
Chiefs 8th drive: Turnover

GREAT fake pitch from Alex Smith on the option opens up the field for a first down run.

On a scramble to the right, Alex found D-Bowe for an 18-yard gain. Great pass from Alex as he had to give it everything he had while on the move.

TURNOVER: Donnie Avery fumbled in the red zone, giving it back to Oakland.

Raiders 8th drive: Turnover

The Raiders, pinned in their own end zone, converted a 3rd-and-13.

Multiple delay of game penalties due to the Arrowhead crowd.

TURNOVER: Terrelle Pryor picked by Quintin Demps. Chiefs inside the 30.

Chiefs 9th drive: Touchdown

KC started on their own 23-yard line after the turnover.

Dexter McCluster in as a running back, taking a pitch from Alex.

SCORE: Jamaal punches it in for his second touchdown of the day. Chiefs lead, 14-7.

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Raiders 9th drive: Punt

Terrelle Pryor was heavily pressured on third down, forcing an incompletion.

FOURTH QUARTER

Chiefs 10th drive: Punt
Raiders 10th drive: Punt

Tamba Hali sacked Terrelle Pryor on what looked like a designed run.

Marcus Cooper had a nice pass break-up on a deep pass.

Chiefs 11th drive: Punt
Raiders 11th drive: Punt

Down 14-7, Oakland started this drive on their own 18 with 10:46.

On 1st-and-20, Tamba had his 3.5th sack, forcing a 2nd-and-37.

After holding penalties, a delay of game and a pair of sacks, the Raiders faced a 3rd-and-48 (they did not convert).

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The Chiefs are 4-of-13 on third down.

Chiefs 12th drive: Punt
Raiders 12th drive: Turnover

12-yard return by Cooper.

Chiefs 13th drive: Field goal, 17-7 (Chiefs)

Ryan Succop kicks the field goal as the Chiefs burn the clock.

Raiders 13th drive: Turnover

SCORE: Husain Abdullah picks off Pryor's pass and takes it to the house 44 yards. Chiefs lead, 24-7.

Raiders 14th drive

Dunta Robinson nearly got another pick-six but couldn't hang on.

FINAL SCORE: CHIEFS WIN, 24-7

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