Larry Johnson's fourth-quarter touchdown helped the Chiefs beat the Raiders 12-10 in Week 7.
Daunte Culpepper threw for 344 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn't enough as the Raiders fell, 29-22, against the host Vikings. Brodie Croyle completed the first touchdown pass of his career (19-yards to Dwayne Bowe), but Adam Vinatieri kicked the winning field goal with six seconds left to lead the host Colts, 13-10.
Raiders rushing defense vs. Chiefs RB Kolby Smith. Last week, Vikings backup running back Chester Taylor rushed for 164 yards and three touchdowns against the Raiders, who will see another backup this week. With Priest Holmes announcing his retirement Wednesday and Larry Johnson still dealing with a mysterious knee injury, the rookie Smith will get the start. Smith has carried the ball 10 times this season for 19 yards.