Oct 13, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (25) is congratulated by quarterback Alex Smith (11) after scoring a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Halftime Report: Chiefs 7, Raiders 7


30 MINUTES IN 30 SECONDS

Score: Chiefs 7, Raiders 7

Team Passing: Chiefs: 60; Raiders: 78

Team Rushing: Chiefs: 48; Raiders: 83

Turnovers: Chiefs 0, Raiders 0

Leading Passer: Chiefs – Alex Smith: 7-19, 83 yards; Raiders – Terrelle Pryor: 7-11, 100 yards, TD

Leading Rusher: Chiefs – Jamaal Charles: 10 carries, 34 yards, TD; Raiders – Pryor: 4 carries, 47 yards

Leading Receivers: Chiefs – Charles: 3 catches, 48 yards; Raiders – Denarious Moore: 3 catches, 66 yards, TD

Defensive Notes: Dontari Poe limped off with an ankle injury. Terez Paylor says he got it taped up and is now trying to walk around on it. … The contain game has not worked as Pryor has burned them for some long runs up. … One mistake by Quintin Demps is the difference between the Chiefs being in the lead and being tied.

Key Play: Dwayne Bowe drew a pass interference penalty to extend the Chiefs drive that led to a Charles score.

PANIC?!: Little bit.

Final Score Prediction: Chiefs 17, Raiders 10

QUICK SLANT

- Pass protection for the Chiefs has to improve. Part of it is the offensive line not playing together very often and another part is the predictable play-calling on Andy Reid‘s part. But at some point things like Eric Fisher getting bullrushed into Smith is simply individuals not getting the job done.

- For all the crap Eric Fisher has (rightfully) taken. Jeff Allen has been equally terrible.

- Where are the wide receivers? Where is Sean McGrath? Even when Smith has time there is nobody open. No one.

- Jamaal Charles is a football deity. One of the greatest Chiefs of all-time.

- Arrowhead is crazy loud on tv. Very, very cool.

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