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Chiefs Wild Game With Raiders Continues In Second Half

The Kansas City Chiefs are holding on with a 13-7 lead over the Oakland Raiders in the third quarter.

The start to the second half has been bizarre to say the least. The Raiders took back the second half kickoff for a 94-yard TD and on the following return, Chiefs' Javier Arenas fumbled giving the ball back to Oakland. On the ensuing drive. Jon McGraw nearly had his second pick of the game before Sebastian Janikowski missed a field goal.

The Chiefs took the following drive into the red zone but settled for a field goal.

Jamaal Charles briefly went down with an injury. He later returned but seemed to be limping at times. That's a situation to monitor because he's about the only rushing attack the Chiefs have with 29 yards on six carries.

The Chiefs lead 13-7 about five minutes into the third quarter.

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