Football: Chiefs win 7th straight in Oakland, 16-10
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – The Kansas City Chiefs might want to think about moving to Oakland – or at least trying to play the Raiders more often.
Jamaal Charles scored on a 44-yard run for Kansas City’s first rushing touchdown of the season and the Chiefs used a late interception to win their seventh straight game in Oakland, 16-10 on Sunday.
The Chiefs (2-7) have managed to win just 5 of their past 35 games. But 3 of those wins have come at the Oakland Coliseum, where Kansas City has the longest winning streak ever by a visiting team.
Ryan Succop kicked three field goals and Kansas City once again pulled out a close one against the Raiders (2-7) in Oakland in their first game since releasing running back Larry Johnson.