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Count Alex's Losses
11-24-2007, 09:12 PM
THIS WEEK IN CHIEFS HISTORY

November 28, 1999

KANSAS CITY 37, OAKLAND 34

Raiders blow game against Chiefs

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders are lucky there was no snow in the stands. Instead, their frustrated fans showered the field with boos as the Raiders blew a 14-point fourth-quarter lead Sunday and lost 37-34 to Kansas City.

Cris Dishman scored twice for the Chiefs, on a 47-yard interception return and a 40-yard fumble runback, and Pete Stoyanovich kicked a 44-yard winning field goal as the game ended as Kansas City (6-5) broke a three-game losing streak.

It was the second painstaking loss in six days for the Raiders (5-6), who were defeated 27-21 in overtime by the Broncos last Monday night.

The Raiders were pelted with snowballs by Denver fans throughout that game, leading to a fracas afterward and misdemeanor charges against Oakland cornerback Charles Woodson for allegedly hitting a fan in the face with a snowball.

Stoyanovich's third field goal of the game capped a nine-play, 39-yard drive that included a pass interference call on the Raiders. The drive began after Oakland's Michael Husted missed a 44-yard field goal.

Tony Gonzalez caught a 73-yard scoring pass from Elvis Grbac as the Chiefs rallied from a 34-20 deficit at the start of the fourth period. Donnell Bennett added a 2-yard scoring run and Stoyanovich also kicked field goals of 47 and 37 yards as the Chiefs moved within two games of first-place Seattle in the AFC West.

Woodson scored on a 15-yard interception return for the Raiders, who have lost 18 of their last 20 against the Chiefs. Rich Gannon threw scoring passes of 16 and 3 yards to Rickey Dudley and also ran 6 yards for a touchdown. Husted added field goals of 33 and 30 yards.

Husted opened the scoring with his 33-yard field goal late in the first period. Bennett's run gave the Chiefs a 7-3 lead early in the second quarter before Husted and Stoyanovich traded field goals.

Dudley scored on a 16-yard pass with 1:19 left before halftime, one play after Gannon converted a fourth-and-3 with a 17-yard pass to fullback Jon Ritchie.

Stoyanovich's 37-yard field goal tied the game 13-13 early in the third period, and Dishman then went untouched to score on his interception return.

But Napoleon Kaufman returned the ensuing kickoff 48 yards to the Kansas City 40. Gannon completed a short drive with his scoring run to tie it again.

Greg Biekert returned an interception to the Chiefs 3 three plays later, leading to Dudley's second scoring catch.

Then Woodson made it 34-20 with his first interception of the season, making a shoestring catch of a deflection and scooting untouched into the end zone with three seconds left in the period.

The Chiefs pulled within a touchdown on Gonzalez's scoring reception and tied the game with 6:24 left when Derrick Walker fumbled after a short reception. Dishman picked up the loose ball and went untouched for his second score.

NFL FINAL 1ST 2ND 3RD 4TH TOTAL
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KANSAS CITY 0 10 10 17 37
OAKLAND 3 10 21 0 34 FINAL


TEAM STATISTICS

KAN OAK
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FIRST DOWNS 16 18
Rushing 10 6
Passing 4 11
Penalty 2 1
3RD-DOWN EFFICIENCY 2-11 2-11
4TH-DOWN EFFICIENCY 0-0 1-1
TOTAL NET YARDS 293 315
Total plays 59 59
Average gain 5.0 5.3
NET YARDS RUSHING 103 108
Rushes 27 25
Average per rush 3.8 4.3
NET YARDS PASSING 190 207
Completed-attempted 18-27 19-29
Yards per pass 5.9 6.1
Sacked-yards lost 5-36 5-25
Had intercepted 2 2
PUNTS-AVERAGE 5-37.8 5-43.2
RETURN YARDAGE 196 199
Punts-returns 5-34 2-7
Kickoffs-returns 6-110 7-141
Interceptions-returns 2-52 2-51
PENALTIES-YARDS 8-55 6-37
FUMBLES-LOST 1-1 3-1
TIME OF POSSESSION 30:23 29:37


PLAYER STATISTICS

Missed field goals: Oakland (Michael Husted 44).

Kansas City rushing: Mike Cloud 11-58, Donnell Bennett 9-27, Tony
Richardson 3-15, Bam Morris 3-4, Elvis Grbac 1-minus 1.

Oakland rushing: Tyrone Wheatley 11-48, Rich Gannon 4-30, Napoleon
Kaufman 7-22, Zack Crockett 2-5, Jon Ritchie 1-3.

Kansas City passing: Elvis Grbac 18-27 for 226 yards, 2 INT, 1 TD.

Oakland passing: Rich Gannon 19-29 for 232 yards, 2 INT, 2 TD.

Kansas City receiving: Tony Richardson 5-37, Tony Gonzalez 3-90,
Derrick Alexander 3-26, Donnell Bennett 3-23, Kevin Lockett 1-20,
Andre Rison 1-12, Joe Horn 1-11, Mike Cloud 1-7.

Oakland receiving: Tim Brown 5-83, Jon Ritchie 5-48, Rickey Dudley
4-62, Derrick Walker 2-21, Tyrone Wheatley 1-7, Zack Crockett 1-6,
James Jett 1-5.

Kansas City tackles-assists-sacks (unofficial): Donnie Edwards 7-3-1,
Marvcus Patton 7-0-1, Jerome Woods 6-0-0, Chris Dishman 2-4-0, Tom
Barndt 5-0-1, Reggie Tongue 4-0-0, Dan Williams 3-0-1, Eric Warfield
3-0-0, James Hasty 2-1-0, Chester Mcglockton 2-1-1, Eric Hicks 2-1-0,
Derrick Thomas 2-0-0.

Oakland tackles-assists-sacks (unofficial): Greg Biekert 11-4-1, Sam
Sword 5-2-1, Anthony Newman 5-1-0, Richard Harvey 5-0-0, Lance
Johnstone 4-1-1, Charles Woodson 4-1-0, James Harris 4-0-1, Grady
Jackson 4-0-0, Eric Allen 2-0-0, Charles Mincy 0-2-0, Chuck Osborne
0-2-0, Darrell Russell 1-0-0, Russell Maryland 1-0-0, Marquis Walker
1-0-1.

Interceptions: Kansas City (Chris Dishman 1 for 47 yards, James Hasty
1 for 5 yards); Oakland (Greg Biekert 1 for 36 yards, Charles Woodson
1 for 15 yards).

Fumbles lost: Kansas City (Elvis Grbac); Oakland (Derrick Walker).

Opponent's fumbles recovered: Kansas City (Chris Dishman); Oakland
(Grady Jackson).

Officials: Referee-Gerry Austin, Umpire-Jim Duke, Head linesman-John
Schleyer, Line judge-Ron Baynes, Field judge-Keven Mack, Side
judge-Rick Patterson, Back judge-Jack Vaughn.

A: 48,632; T: 3:03.


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go bowe
11-24-2007, 10:12 PM
thanks gc...

this is the first time i've read one of your history threads...

good stuff... :toast:

Deberg_1990
11-24-2007, 10:18 PM
Tony Gonzalez caught a 73-yard scoring pass from Elvis Grbac


Anybody know if thats the longest so far of his career? I dont remember him ever equaling that??

L.A. Chieffan
11-24-2007, 11:08 PM
Have I ever mentioned I hate Stoyanovich?

Easy 6
11-24-2007, 11:20 PM
"Donnell Bennett scored on a 2 yard run, the longest of his career".

Count Alex's Losses
11-24-2007, 11:21 PM
Kansas City (6-5) broke a three-game losing streak.

Sure would be nice to break another three-game losing streak with a win over Oakland.

StcChief
11-24-2007, 11:55 PM
Go Chiefs..... F Faiders.

kcfan82
11-25-2007, 12:16 AM
I'll wager we average less than 3.8 yards per carry tomorrow.

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11-25-2007, 12:20 AM
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Horatio Sanz and Brad Johnson look on in disbelief

Deberg_1990
11-25-2007, 12:28 AM
Mike Cloud with a monster game.

11 for 58

Mecca
11-25-2007, 12:30 AM
37 points......we don't get that in 3 games now.