One week after arguably the finest performance of his young NFL career, quarterback Terrelle Pryor suffered through a nightmarish afternoon at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. Pryor threw three interceptions and was sacked 10 times, unraveling in the second half of the Oakland Raiders’ 24-7 loss to the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs.
It wasn’t all on Pryor. The Raiders’ offensive line lost two more starters and completely crumbled under the pressure from Kansas City’s swarming defense. Oakland managed only 90 yards after halftime.
The problems on offense completely offset an otherwise solid day by both the defense and special teams, although Sebastian Janikowski’s struggles continued.
Here’s a look of some top takeaways from the game.