A confusing quarterback switch from the Oakland Raiders led to one of the worst overall performances so far this season.
With starter Jason Campbell out for the season after a collarbone injury versus the Browns, the Raiders traded for Carson Palmer from the Cincinatti Bengals.
However, backup Kyle Boller was given the start versus Kansas City in order to let Palmer have at least a little time to the Raiders offense.
Needless to say, the game was a disaster from the get-go. Boller would chuck three interceptions (including one returned for a touchdown), and based on these results, he was benched at halftime for Palmer.
Unfortunately, Palmer (who the Raiders picked up for at least one first-round pick) fared equally poorly. He struggled to move the ball and also ended the game with three interceptions, with one of them returned for a score.
The Raiders would lose 28-0, with many questions on how it would adjust to a post-Campbell quarterback regime.