Marcus Peters and Tyvon Branch made the Oakland Coliseum feel just like home.
Peters, an Oakland native who grew up attending Raiders games, set up Kansas City's go-ahead score with an interception and former Oakland safety Tyvon Branch put the game away with an interception return for a touchdown that gave the Chiefs their sixth straight win, 34-20 on Sunday.
“It was a whole lot more than I expected,” said Peters, who gave the ball from his interception to his mother. “It was hard, man, I can't lie, to come out there and stay focused. My nerves were up and down.
“Early in the game my emotions were everywhere so it took for coach and the...