Chiefs rally for sixth straight win
OAKLAND, Calif. — Marcus Peters and Tyvon Branch made the Oakland Coliseum feel just like home.
Peters, an Oakland native who grew up attending Raiders games, set up Kansas City's go-ahead score with an interception and former Oakland safety Tyvon Branch put the game away with an interception return for a touchdown as the Chiefs won their sixth straight.
"It was a whole lot more than I expected," said Peters, who gave the ball from his interception to his mother. "It was hard, man, I can't lie, to come out there and stay focused. My nerves were up and down."
Kansas City turned three interceptions by Derek Carr into three touchdowns to remain in the AFC wild-card lead. Alex Smith threw TDs to Jeremy Maclin after Carr's first two interceptions. Carr became the third Raider since the team moved back to Oakland in 1995 to throw three fourth-quarter interceptions.