KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - It's still unclear if quarterback Matt Cassel will be ready for the Kansas City Chiefs' home opener against Oakland on Sunday. The status of cornerback Brandon Flowers is also up in the air.
Flowers and Cassel were both on the sidelines when the Chiefs lost their season opener 38-24 at Baltimore on Sunday, giving up 501 yards of total offense.
But there were some positives for the Chiefs to take into their preparations for the upcoming Raiders game.
As many Kansas city fans have noted, the Chiefs showed a lot of fight. They didn't fold when they got down 10-0 in the first quarter. And before Baltimore scored its final touchdown with a few seconds to play, the Chiefs were actually in position to record what would have been their first win in nearly a year.