Raiders vs. Chiefs, Week 8: Kansas City struggles offensively

Peter Aiken

The Kansas City Chiefs have now lost four in a row and have scored more than 20 points just twice.

The Kansas City Chiefs find themselves on a four-game losing streak after a 26-16 loss at Oakland on Sunday. In that four-game losing streak the Chiefs have only scored at least 20 points just once. In seven games on the year they have scored more than 20 just twice, and one of those times came in their lone win of the season against New Orleans.

This week it was Matt Cassell who replaced Brady Quinn after Quinn replaced Cassell due to injury two weeks ago. It did not seem to matter according to Arrowhead Pride:

So Chiefs fans, how are you feeling after today? Pretty crappy, right?

Cassell was 20 of 30 for 218 yards and a touchdown against an interception while Quinn was only able to throw four passes before leaving the game. One of those passes was intercepted as well. Cassell also rushed seven times for 35 yards, but was sacked twice for 15 yards. His late TD pass to Dexter McCluster came with Kansas City already trailing 26-9.

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