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“He’s a change-of-direction-guy, and he’s very explosive in and out of the hole,” said Cable. “But the thing he can do is start one way and go back the other very quickly. Reminds you of (Tennessee’s) Chris Johnson that way a little bit. He may not have the top-end speed that Chris does, but in terms of change direction in and out of the cut, he’s exceptional.”

The Raiders will also be out to ruin the Chiefs’ perfect home record. After going 1-7 at home during a 4-12 campaign in 2009, the Chiefs are 7-0 in Arrowhead Stadium.

“I think our team in general is just a different team and we have a mentality at home now that nobody is going to come in and beat us in our home stadium,” said quarterback Matt Cassel. “It is fun to have the fans back and excited about football again, and it is also fun that we have been able to win the division championship and bring that back to Kansas City and get that excitement going. It is fun to see this town excited about it. When I go out in public and people are yelling, screaming and excited about us again, that is fun.”