I Don't Mean to Brag, But the Oakland Raiders Own the Chiefs at Arrowhead

Ramone BrownSenior Writer IJanuary 2, 2011

The Chiefs had no answers for Michael Bush and Jacoby Ford
The Chiefs had no answers for Michael Bush and Jacoby Ford

For years now, we have heard stories about the Chiefs' legendary Arrowhead Stadium. Chiefs fans like to brag that it is one of the most hostile environments for opposing offenses and one of the biggest home-field advantages in sports. Their Chiefs just don't lose at home. 

That is unless they're playing against the Oakland Raiders.

The Raiders are not only a perfect 6-0 against the AFC West, but they hold a four-game winning streak at Arrowhead Stadium. 

The last time the Raiders lost a game at Arrowhead was 2006, when Art Shell led the Raiders to a 2-14 season. After a 31-10 ass-whooping courtesy of the Oakland Raiders, it may be time for a reality check.

The Chiefs' strong showing at home this year is merely an illusion. The Chiefs have only played two teams at home that will post a record of .500 or above: the Jacksonville Jaguars and the San Diego Chargers.

This may very well be why the New York Jets are looking forward to playing the Chiefs at Arrowhead. 

Expect Kansas City to suffer another blowout loss at home as they host the Wild Card round. 


By the way, whoever said Raider fans weren't the most obnoxious fans in the NFL