Bill Kenney threw a 67-yard touchdown pass and guided the Chiefs to a 16-10 victory over the Raiders yesterday in Kansas City, Mo., as Bo Jackson, the Los Angeles rookie running back who plays major league baseball in Kansas City, was hampered by an ankle sprain and held to one yard rushing on three carries.

Jackson's first appearance in Kansas City as a Raider drew 63,834 to Arrowhead Stadium, the Chiefs' biggest December crowd since 1973. The stadium was draped by about 100 anti-Jackson banners, but ankle problems sidelined the running back in the first quarter and he sat out the second half.

"I'm disappointed," Chiefs defensive end Mike Bell said. "I wish he had played the entire game."

"I'm not going to kid myself," Chiefs cornerback Albert Lewis said. "I'm glad Bo didn't get to play. I hope he's not seriously hurt. But I'm not going to say I'm sorry he didn't play."

Jackson said the injury occurred on the first play of the game. "No one really hit me. My shoe got caught and some people fell on it," he said. "I heard something pop and I thought it was something serious. It should be okay."

Kenney connected with Carlos Carson on a 67-yard touchdown play to give the Chiefs (3-10) their first score. Nick Lowery's 39-yard field goal forged a 10-10 tie in the third period for the Chiefs, and he kicked fourth-quarter field goals of 39 yards with 11:44 left and 22 yards with 3:35 to play.

For the Raiders (5-8), Marc Wilson completed 22 of 38 passes for 339 yards but was intercepted three times, including the clinching turnover by Kevin Ross in the final minute.

Browns 38, Bengals 24:

Bernie Kosar threw a career-high four touchdown passes, three of them during a 28-point second quarter, as Cleveland won at home to remain in a tie for first place in the AFC Central with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Webster Slaughter caught scoring passes of 22 and 18 yards and Kevin Mack and Derek Tennell each caught two-yard touchdowns as the Browns (8-5) beat Cincinnati (4-9) for the third straight time. Cleveland has outscored Cincinnati, 106-27, in the last three meetings.

Mack rushed 27 times for 134 yards, including a 22-yard touchdown run off left tackle during the second quarter. The 28 points in the period were the most ever scored by Cleveland in a second quarter and matched the team mark for most points in any one quarter.

Kosar, who has thrown a touchdown pass in 15 straight games, completed 17 of 26 passes for 241 yards.

The Browns sealed the victory late in the first half when linebacker Clay Matthews stepped in front of Rodney Holman at the Cleveland 4-yard line and intercepted a short Boomer Esiason pass. Matthews returned it 36 yards before lateraling to Carl Hairston, a defensive end who rumbled another 40 yards to the Cincinnati 20. Two plays later, Tennell, a rookie tight end, hauled in his second career touchdown reception for a 28-3 Cleveland lead at the half.

Esiason completed 22 of 39 passes for 361 yards, but 250 of the yards came in the second half.

Cleveland tight end Ozzie Newsome caught three passes, giving him 568 career receptions to move him past Lionel Taylor into ninth place on the NFL's all-time receiving list. Newsome has caught at least one pass in 125 consecutive games.

Rams 33, Falcons 0:

In Anaheim, Calif., Charles White carried 29 times for 159 yards and two touchdowns, leading Los Angeles to its fifth straight victory. LeRoy Irvin returned a second-quarter interception 47 yards for a touchdown and Henry Ellard caught a 50-yard scoring pass from Jim Everett 2:35 later as the Rams (6-7) took a 26-0 halftime lead to keep alive their slim wild-card playoff hopes.

Los Angeles, which had 494 yards offense, committed no turnovers and allowed no sacks, has outscored it last three opponents, 105-19.

Working against a defense ranked last in the NFL against the run, White got his fifth straight 100-yard game and moved his season total to a league-leading 1,213 yards. White scored on runs of 21 and four yards.

"I'll take the ball as many times as they'll give it to me," said White, who has been bothered by a sore foot. "I'll carry it until I can't walk anymore. I'm in a position now where my teammates are reminding me what the other guys in the league are doing {in the rushing race}. But I don't worry about it."

Atlanta's Gerald Riggs, the NFL's fourth-leading rusher coming in, had just 31 yards on nine carries.

Quarterback Chris Miller, a holdout most of the season after being a first-round draft choice, made his NFL debut for Atlanta (3-10) after starter Scott Campbell generated just 47 yards offense in the first half. Miller completed 10 of 20 for 170 yards with one interception.

Lions 20, Buccaneers 10:

In Tampa, linebacker Jimmy Williams set up 10 points with a 48-yard interception return and a deflected punt to help Detroit (3-10) end a four-game losing streak. Tampa Bay (4-9) lost its sixth straight.

Buccaneers rookie quarterback Vinny Testaverde made his first home start, but he couldn't produce a touchdown against the NFL's worst scoring defense until he threw a 28-yard pass to rookie Bruce Hill with 6:28 left. Testaverde, who threw for 369 yards last week in a 44-34 loss at New Orleans, was sacked four times and intercepted once while completing 20 of 40 passes for 262 yards.

Tampa Bay failed to convert any of its 10 third-down situations.