NFL Scores Week 16: Raiders Vs. Chiefs, Sebastian Janikowski Ends Ugly Game In Overtime

The Raiders survive and keep playoff hopes alive with their ugly win over the Chiefs on Saturday.

Sebastian Janikowski kicked three field goals, including the 36-yard game-winning boot in overtime, as Oakland topped Kansas City, 16-13, at Arrowhead Stadium.

Carson Palmer threw for 237 yards and one touchdown but was intercepted twice on 16-of-26 passes for the Raiders (8-7), who moved into a tie atop the AFC West standings with Denver, after the Broncos were routed in Buffalo.

Denarius Moore finished with 94 yards and a score on four receptions, while Michael Bush added 70 yards on 23 carries.

Oakland hosts San Diego -- which plays in Detroit later Saturday -- in its season finale next Sunday.

Kyle Orton completed 21-of-36 passes for 300 yards, one TD and two picks for the Chiefs (6-9), who couldn't sustain momentum from knocking off the previously-unbeaten Packers last week.

Dwayne Bowe registered the game-tying touchdown late in the fourth, part of an 80-yard, six-reception contest in the setback.

For more on the Raiders, visit Silver and Black Pride. For more on the Chiefs, visit Arrowhead Pride.

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