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Know the Enemy Daily Links 11/21: Chiefs mourn loss to Raiders

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Today's Know the Enemy ended up a little more RAIDERS-CENTRIC because yesterday's win was AWESOME

AFC West


Chiefs lose to Oakland, AFC West implications - Mile High Report

Every time I start thinking nice thoughts about the Chiefs they go and Schottenheimer all over themselves....

Pro Football Focus makes grade in evolving football analysis

For most of Sunday's game against Oakland, Philip Rivers struggled to connect with his WRs outside the numbers and down the field. His best throw was his first, this 22 yard TD pass to Malcom Floyd, which happened to come on a packaged play.

Kyle Posey analyzes the adjustments John Pagano made on defense this past week.


The Chiefs drop to 7-4 on the season, a half game behind the 7-3 Broncos.

Don't tell me about the rain, or Husain Abdullah dropping an easy interception, or perhaps the worst pass interference call in NFL history against Ron Parker. This game was lost well before the latter two, and the rain was there for both teams.


One reason the Chiefs lost: they were really bad on third down.


The Raiders are better than the Packers. Sort of.

The Oakland Raiders are still a terrible football team. But they no longer own the longest losing streak in the NFL. A 24-20 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night gave the Raiders a much needed respite from losing.