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By Mike Wilkening

As expected, the Raiders will be without their starting left guard on Thursday night vs. Kansas City. Rookie Gabe Jackson (knee) is among the seven inactives announced by the Raiders for Week 12. Head coach Tony Sparano had indicated Jackson, who is missing his third straight game, would be held out on Thursday night. With…
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By gillart

Hello CHIEFSCROWD. I visited Arrowhead on Sunday for the first time to see my Hawks lose a good game to the Chiefs. Growing up a Seahawks fan, I learned to hate your team and everything about it when I was very young, as foes in the AFC West. But still I had long wanted to get to Arrowhead to experience the atmosphere. It was a back and forth game and the Chiefs came out on top – a deserving win I thought. My impressions of the day:
Nice people. I was head to toe in the warmest Seahawks gear Read more…

By chief31

Not sure if I am missing this somewhere, or not. But I found this to be a very nice story/page on NFL.com….

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap300…dy-reids-watch

There is a lot of really good descriptions and break-downs of Chiefs offensive plays here. Read more…

By stevefuller

Anybody have any info why he hasnt been pressuring qb’s in this defense? He reaked havoc last year in Oakland with really not much else around him. I know they have him playing all three defensive line positions. I thought he would add some serious pressure. Confused and i must say a little dissappointed Read more…

By stevefuller

Anyone with any info on how he has been doing. I understand he has seriously struggled to take in this Bob Sutton defense. I predicted he would have double digit sacks…just think if we was getting pressure from Vance Walker and Ford?? Read more…

By TopekaRoy

The Kansas City Chiefs (7-3)

vs.
The Oakland Raiders (0-10)

Thursday, November 20, 7:25pm CST
at
O.co Coliseum

Oakland, California

Television coverage:
NFL Network

Watch online:

WiZiWiG.tv

VIPBox.eu

BossCast.net
Feed2All.eu
FirstRowUs1.eu

Before watching any streams please READ THIS important message.
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By Mike Wilkening

After a full practice Wednesday, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr looks set to make his 11th straight start. Carr, who has been dealing with a quadriceps ailment, is probable for Thursday night’s game vs. Kansas City, according to the injury report. Carr has thrown for 2,075 yards with 13 touchdowns and nine picks for Oakland (0-10),…
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