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Chiefs turn it on late to topple Raiders

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Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is tackled by Kansas City Chiefs inside linebacker Derrick Johnson during the first half of a National Football League game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon in Kansas City, Mo.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Andy Reid swore he could feel the ground shake.

Alex Smith couldn't hear himself talking to his teammates. Dwayne Bowe said the deafening din inside Arrowhead Stadium reminded him of college.

Just imagine what it must have been like for the Oakland Raiders.

Buoyed by the loudest crowd to attend an outdoor sporting event, the unbeaten Chiefs took advantage of three second-half interceptions thrown by Terrelle Pryor to pull away for a 24-7 victory Sunday.

It was the first time in seven meetings at Arrowhead Stadium that the Chiefs (6-0) had beaten the Raiders (2-4), and ...

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