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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Kyle Boller
Last year, Kansas City showed a knack for disrupting opponents' emergency quarterbacks. The Chiefs hope they do it again Sunday against Oakland amid speculation the Raiders will start the newly acquired Carson Palmer.
"He let me throw a touchdown pass, catch a touchdown pass and run in a touchdown," Boller said. "He knew it was going to be national exposure, a big game for us, and he let me shine. If he trusts you and knows you'll do the right things for him, he'll make things happen to allow you to be the best player you can be."
"The best year, obviously, of me playing football was with him," said Boller, who retired last year with a 20-27 record as a starter over eight seasons.