The Oakland Raiders held off the visiting Kansas City Chiefs in Week 15, winning an ugly game by a score of 15-0.
Darren McFadden broke out with a big game, rushing for 110 yards on 30 carries to help the Raiders dominate the time-of-possession battle by over 20 minutes.
Carson Palmer did just enough to keep the chains moving when he had to, and he finished the game with 182 yards passing with zero touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Kicker Sebastian Janikowski was the star of the game, as he drilled five field goals—two of which were 50 yards or longer—to score the only points of the game.
Jamaal Charles was held to just 10 yards on nine carries, and Brady Quinn threw a costly interception in a pitiful game for the Chiefs' offense.
The Raiders improved to 4-10 on the season and will travel to face the Carolina Panthers in Week 16, while the Chiefs fell to 2-12 and will host the Indianapolis Colts next Sunday.