Key play: The Raiders converted on third and 7 when nickel back Phillip Gaines missed a tackle on James Jones, who gained 11 yards to the Chiefs’ 27 and kept a touchdown drive alive.
Key stat: Latavius Murray’s 11-yard run was the first TD of his career and first allowed by the Chiefs this season.
Key play: Murray bolted 90 yards for a touchdown and a 14-0 lead.
Key stat: Murray’s run was the longest by an opponent in Chiefs history.
Key play: Chiefs cornerback Ron Parker gambled and missed on going for an interception on a second-and-20 pass to Andre Holmes, who went for 37 yards and a first down.
Key stat: Cairo Santos made his 12th consecutive field goal.
Key play: The pass-interference penalty called on Parker on third and 9 at the Chiefs’ 29 sustained the Raiders’ game-winning touchdown drive.
Key stat: The Chiefs, who entered the game ranked third in converting third downs (48 percent), converted just two of 14.
Player of the game: This game wouldn’t have been close without running back Latavius Murray’s first-half performance.
Reason to hope: The Chiefs have a few extra days to prepare for Denver and climb back into first place with a win.
Reason to mope: Losing to the 0-10 Raiders is going to stick with this team for a long time … or until the rematch on Dec. 14 at Arrowhead Stadium.
Looking ahead: The Chiefs have a few extra days to get ready for their prime-time showdown with Denver on Nov. 30 at Arrowhead Stadium.
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Jamaal Charles ran hard for everything he got, pounding 19 times for 80 yards on a slow track. But his long run was just 11 yards.
Alex Smith started slowly but had a solid second half, finding tight ends Travis Kelce down the middle and Anthony Fasano for a touchdown. But he was under pressure for most of the night.
The No. 32-ranked rushing team ran for 179 yards and the Chiefs surrendered the longest run from scrimmage in franchise history.
Ron Parker seemed to get a questionable call on a fourth-quarter pass-interference penalty, and the Raiders targeted him early and often, including the game-winning touchdown pass. The Chiefs managed just one sack and had several near-interceptions go off their fingertips.
Knile Davis’ daring kickoff return from 6 yards deep in the end zone set up a third-quarter touchdown, and Frankie Hammond’s 28-yard punt return set up a go-ahead field goal. Punter Dustin Colquitt was the Chiefs’ primary weapon in the first half.
Andy Reid fell on the sword for the Chiefs’ slow start and loss to an 0-10 team, but he opened the downfield passing game in the second half.