The game between the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs was truly a "tale of two halves."
The Raiders looked horrific in the first half. They gave the Chiefs five first downs on penalty and racked up more penalty yards than they gained on offense—134-130.
It was ugly—at best.
That said, great teams make adjustments at half time and do what's necessary to win in the second half.
The Raiders did just that.
Clemson rookie Jacoby Ford had a break out game, the defense held the best rushing offense in the NFL to 84 yards under their season average, and Darren McFadden gained 114 total yards.
There were more players than just Ford and McFadden who chipped in to help the Raiders win this important divisional game.
Let's have a look at who they were...