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By Josh Alper

The Raiders and Chiefs took the field with first place in the AFC West on the line, but only one of the teams has played like it through the first three quarters. The Chiefs have extended their lead to 26-0 in the third quarter on a Charcandrick West touchdown run that looked a lot like [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs need to snap their four-game losing streak to remain in control in the AFC West and they’ve done a good job of getting that win through the first 30 minutes of Sunday’s game against the Raiders. Kansas City scored points on their first four possessions of the first half and saw time run [more]
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By Josh Alper

Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper came into Sunday’s game as a question mark because of a right ankle injury, but got the green light to face a Chiefs team he scorched earlier this season. The Raiders offense isn’t scorching anyone right now, however, and Cooper’s out of the game. He got rolled up on a [more]
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By Josh Alper

The winner of Sunday’s game between the Chiefs and Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium will have at least a share of first place in the AFC West and the first quarter of the game ended with the Chiefs extending their lead to 10 points. Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce caught a short pass from Alex Smith [more]
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By Josh Alper

Every week we bring you all the inactives from the early games in one post, constantly updated with the latest information. Check back to see the full list as it becomes available 90 minutes ahead of the 1 p.m. ET kickoffs. Colts at Bills Colts: C Ryan Kelly, TE Darrell Daniels, CB Rashaan Melvin, WR Donte [more]
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By Josh Alper

For much of the week it looked like the Raiders would be playing without wide receiver Amari Cooper against the Chiefs on Sunday, but the outlook brightened on Friday. Cooper practiced for the first time since injuring his ankle and suffering a concussion on a hit by Broncos safety Darian Stewart in a Week 12 [more]
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By Mike Florio

Several members of the Oakland Raiders defense weren’t happy with the decision to fire defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. But they also realized that, if it happens to him, it could happen to them. “Guys saw the Norton situation, and that kind of got guys fired up, I would say, and more focused,” linebacker Bruce [more]
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