If you thought the Kansas City Chiefs game was crazy at times it has nothing on the rest of the AFC West.
The Oakland Raiders hung 59 point on the Denver Broncos. Jason Campbell was very Matt Cassel-esque with an efficient 12-of-20 for 204 yards and two TD performance. Darren McFadden treated the Broncos defense as if it were the 2009 Chiefs defense and put up 165 yards and two TDs.
The San Diego Chargers weren't much better. They're now 2-5 after losing 23-20 to the New England Patriots. What's worse is that they had a chance to tied it at the end but they...missed the field goal. Field goals aren't a good topic of conversation in San Diego over the last few years. Apparently even a change of kicker doesn't change that.
The Chiefs meanwhile took care of business at home as they were expected to (actually they more than doubled the line on the game).
Here's how the AFC West stands after seven weeks:
1. Kansas City Chiefs (4-2)
2. Oakland Raiders (3-4)
3. San Diego Chargers (2-5)
4. Denver Broncos (2-5)