The Kansas City Chiefs had two players on their injury report for Saturday's game and the Oakland Raiders have 16 players listed. That's usually the way it's gone with the Chiefs this year -- the opponent has significantly more injuries than they do (or at least they're just listing more injuries).
Here's a roundup of the Raiders injury report from Wednesday:
Did not practice: QB Jason Campbell (collarbone), WR Jacoby Ford (foot), DT John Henderson (knee), S Michael Huff (hamstring), RB Darren McFadden (foot), WR Louis Murphy (groin)
Limited practice: RB Michael Bush (shoulder), RB Taiwan Jones (hamstring), DT Tommy Kelly (toe)
Full practice: RB Rock Cartwright (calf), S Matt Giordano (shoulder), CB Bryan McCann (concussion), WR Denarius Moore (foot), CB Stanford Routt (knee), C Samson Satele (shoulder), WR Chaz Schilens (hip)
The big name on there is Darren McFadden and it sounds like he probably won't play. Instead, Michael Bush, who had 99 yards against the Chiefs last time around, likely gets the start.