Six weeks and six wins into the season, it’s now clear what the
Defense remained the Chiefs’ backbone in a 24-7 victory over the
"Every win is a big win. When you can win with a crowd like this, it makes it even better," Reid said in his post-game press conference. "I know we were striving to beat the noise record, the decibel record and we got it up to 137.5. That's pretty incredible and it was loud, I mean real loud, ground-shaking loud."
Kansas City is now one of the final two unbeaten teams left in the NFL, the other being fellow
Offensively, Kansas City produced 216 total yards and was led by Jamaal Charles' 78 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. On the other end of the ball, the Chiefs forced three interceptions.
It came with relentless pressure applied to Oakland quarterback Terrelle Pryor, as the Chiefs tied the second-best franchise mark for sacks in a game with 10, a standard they hadn’t hit since 1998. Linebacker
Reid also credited the crowd for assisting in the win, as the Raiders committed three false starts and were guilty of three delay-of-game penalties.
While the scoreboard suggests a lopsided victory, it was anything but.
With the game tied at 7 in the third quarter, Kansas City recorded its first interception with safety
While late, the Raiders had plenty of time to tie game when they took over at their own 20-yard line with 4:29 left in the game. Oakland threw another interception into the hands of Marcus Cooper, which led to 33-yard field goal form Kansas City kicker
“All in all, (it was a) good team win. We don’t take any wins for granted, that’s not how we operate,” said Reid, whose team hosts the
BENGALS BRING HOME
It may have taken longer than expected, but the
It saved the Bengals, who have former Glendale Community College player
After forcing a Bills punt in overtime, a 29-yard return from Cincinnati’s
Offensively, Cincinnati was led by quarterback Andy Daulton, who completed 26 of 40 passes and posted season-highs in yards (337), passing touchdowns (three) and one interception.
The Bengals ran for 165 yards on 41 carries for an average of four yards a rush. A pair of Jackson’s backs enjoyed quality games. Veteran
While it marked the third game in a row the Burroughs High graduate had seen game action in Chicago, after sitting the first three contests, it was his first time in the starting lineup. The guard-tackle hybrid on the offensive line played 24 snaps in Chicago's 27-21 home win over the winless Giants and saw all of them as a blocking tight end in short-yardage situations.
Listed at 6-foot-6 and 308 pounds, Britton signed with Chicago on April 16. He’d spent his first four seasons with the
Britton, 26, has seen playing time as an extra blocker since No. 1 tight end
“Part of it was we were trying to take a little bit of the load off of Martellus' shoulder and move him outside-they have great pass rushers outside-and I thought Eben did a more than sufficient job in taking care of the outside lanes,” first-year Chicago Coach
With Britton on the line, Bears quarterback