Quick Take: McFadden leads Raiders

It was over when ...
The Raiders went on a seven-play, 95-yard scoring drive at the end of the third quarter. Rookie Darren McFadden finished the drive with a 19-yard touchdown run, giving the Raiders a 13-0 lead.

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McFadden, who was dinged up in Week 1 against the Broncos, finished the game with 164 rushing yards on 21 attempts. The majority of those yards came in the second half.

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The Raiders defense -- perhaps inspired by fiery defensive coordinator Rob Ryan's impassioned tirade this week -- held Larry Johnson to 22 rushing yards.

Kicker Sebastian Janikowski has converted 15 consecutive field goals at Arrowhead Stadium. He had three on Sunday. ... The Raiders have won three of their last five AFC West games, going back to 2007. ... Chiefs starting quarterback Damon Huard left the game with an injury. Kansas City used three quarterbacks during the game. ... Getting playing time after Justin Fargas left the game in the second quarter with a groin injury, Michael Bush added 90 rushing yards for the Raiders, who had 300 yards on the ground.

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