Question, how do you win a game when you're out-gained by over 240 yards, out-rushed by 100 on the ground and your starting QB has only seven complete passes out of 24? Timing, and a really determined defense. Oakland, coming off a short week and a close game with San Diego took a couple steps back on their offense. JaMarcus Russell, for most of the day was throwing everywhere, but not finding much in the terms of completions. If it wasn't for the stalwart defense and continual breakdown by Kansas City, this game should have been over long before the fourth quarter. But, as all games have to, this one was very different in the fourth quarter. Oakland, by virtue of a strong-legged kicker in Sebastian Janikowski kicked two field goals in the second and third quarter, giving the Raiders a s ...
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