The Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders are playing things close into the second quarter. The game is currently tied at 3-3 and we're seeing plenty of mistakes by both teams.
The Raiders faked a field goal to perfection and scored a touchdown but...in classic Raider fashion, the play was called back due to a delay of game. The Raiders then got another penalty for spiking the ball. They're really making a run at the 1998 Chiefs penalty record.
The Chiefs' Kyle Orton turned it over for the first time as a Chief with a red zone interception. He was looking for Dwayne Bowe (who dropped a pass on the play before) and Matt Giordano was sitting there in front of the route for the easy interception and 60-plus yard return.
Palmer returned the favor, though, and Javier Arenas picked one off giving the Chiefs the ball back.
The game is still tied, 3-3, as we approach halftime.