Oakland at Kansas City,

1 p.m.


Percentage of times the Chiefs have scored inside their opponents' 20-yard line (23rd in the NFL). Their 67.8 percentage last year was second in the league. Consider this "Masterpiece Theater Lite," because the teams always seem to produce some classics. Kansas City's 34-27 win in Oakland last year was clinched on a 70-yard touchdown pass from Trent Green to Eddie Kennison with 2 minutes 4 seconds to play. The Chiefs' 31-30 home win came on a 38-yard field goal by Lawrence Tynes with 38 seconds left.

The Chiefs also swept in 2003 in close fashion. They clinched a 17-10 win in the first meeting after they tackled Tim Brown on the 1-yard line as time expired. They won the second meeting on a 35-yard field goal by Morten Andersen with four seconds left.

In 2001, Oakland swept. Its wins came via a missed Kansas City two-point conversion with 1:38 left and a 31-yard field goal by Sebastian Janikowski with 15 seconds left. In 2000, Janikowski made a 43-yard field goal with 30 seconds left in a 20-17 win. And in 1999, the games were decided by a field goal in overtime (Oakland won) and a field goal as time expired (for the Chiefs).

Chiefs kicker Morten Andersen celebrates his game-winning field goal vs. Oakland in 2003.