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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith talks with reporters after moving into a dorm at Missouri Western State University for the teams NFL football training camp in St. Joseph, Mo., Monday, July 22, 2013. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)
Raiders-Chiefs: Alex Smith looking for 6-0 start (gallery)
First Published Oct 10 2013 10:16 am • Last Updated Oct 10 2013 11:25 pm

OAKLAND (2-3) at KANSAS CITY (5-0)

Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS

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OPENING LINE — Chiefs by 10

RECORD VS. SPREAD — Oakland 3-2, Kansas City 4-1

SERIES RECORD — Chiefs lead 55-51-2

LAST MEETING — Raiders beat Chiefs 15-0, Dec. 16, 2012

LAST WEEK — Raiders beat Chargers 27-17; Chiefs beat Titans 26-17

AP PRO32 RANKING — Raiders No. 24, Chiefs No. 4

RAIDERS OFFENSE — OVERALL (T22), RUSH (9), PASS (27)

RAIDERS DEFENSE — OVERALL (17), RUSH (11), PASS (T20)


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CHIEFS OFFENSE — OVERALL (17), RUSH (12), PASS (20)

CHIEFS DEFENSE — OVERALL (7), RUSH (21), PASS (4)

STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — In last meeting Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski had five FGs in 15-0 win. Janikowski had nine FGs in two games vs Chiefs last season. ... Raiders have won three straight in series. ... Chiefs fans will try to break Guinness World Record for loudest stadium. Seahawks set record of 136.6 decibels earlier this season in game against San Francisco. ... Raiders S Charles Woodson tied NFL career record for defensive TDs (13) with fumble return last week vs San Diego. ... RB Darren McFadden needs 91 yards rushing to move into eighth place on Raiders’ career rushing list. ... Janikowski has kicked four game-winning FGs against the Chiefs. Three of them were at Arrowhead Stadium. ... Kansas City has league-high 11 takeaways over last three weeks. Oakland is tied for second with eight. ... Chiefs are first team to start 5-0 after winning two or fewer in previous season. ... DB Marcus Cooper recovered fumbled punt last week vs Tennessee to give Chiefs special teams touchdowns in back-to-back games. ... RB Jamaal Charles (4,933) passed Christian Okoye for third-most yards rushing in Chiefs history last week. He needs 1,083 yards to surpass Larry Johnson for second. ... Alex Smith is second QB in Chiefs history to start career in KC 5-0. Mike Livingston won first nine starts from 1969-72. ... LB Derrick Johnson needs 19 tackles to pass Deron Cherry for third most in Chiefs history. ... Kansas City leads NFL with 21 sacks. Justin Houston is second to Indy’s Robert Mathis with 8½. ... Chiefs’ defense has allowed league-low 58 points. ... Kansas City leads NFL in average starting field position (35.2 yard line).

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AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org



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