The Oakland Raiders struggled on both sides of the ball against the Kansas City Chiefs in week two, which may have partially been attributed to a short preparation week after their Monday night opener against the San Diego Chargers.
Expectations were high that they would have a strong performance against the supposedly lowly Chiefs, which as we all know was not the case.
In sifting through the dismal offensive statistics and the porous run defense, there were some very encourage performances to be found by the silver and black, including the following:
Shane Lechler seemed to singled handedly keep the Raiders in the game with his booming punts, five of which came after three-and-out offensive sequences. His seven punts averaged 56.9 yards tota ...
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Article written by Howard Hopper