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    The Kansas City
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    7-3
    3-1 Away
    vs The Las Vegas
    Raiders

    5-6
    4-1 @ Home

    Sunday, November 26th, 3:25 PM CT
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    Weather forecast:
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    Line: Chiefs -10, Over/Under: 43

    Trends:
    Chiefs:
    Kansas City are 8-4 ATS in their last 12 games.
    The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Kansas City's last 6 games.
    Kansas City are 15-3 SU in their last 18 games.
    Kansas City are 6-3 ATS in their last 9 games against Las Vegas.
    Kansas City are 5-0 SU in their last 5 games against Las Vegas.
    Kansas City are 7-1 SU in their last 8 games on the road.
    Kansas City are 5-0 SU in their last 5 games when playing on the road against Las Vegas.
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Kansas City's last 5 games against an opponent in the American Football Conference conference.
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Kansas City's last 5 games against an opponent in the American Football Conference West division.
    Kansas City are 7-2 ATS in their last 9 games played on a Sunday.

    Raiders:
    Las Vegas are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games.
    The total has gone UNDER in 8 of Las Vegas' last 9 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of Las Vegas' last 6 games against Kansas City.
    The total has gone UNDER in 6 of Las Vegas' last 6 games at home.
    Las Vegas are 0-5 SU in their last 5 games when playing at home against Kansas City.
    The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Las Vegas' last 5 games against an opponent in the American Football Conference conference.
    Las Vegas are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 games played in November.
    Las Vegas are 6-3 SU in their last 9 games played in week 12.
    Las Vegas are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games played on a Sunday.

    Against the Spread:



    Last 10 Games Head-2-Head:



    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:
    "We've got to find ways to score at the end of the day. The defense is playing great football – it has been all year. Offensively, we've got to find ways to finish football games."
    --Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes

    Raiders:
    "I feel like like being 4-1 at home, that's amazing for real. So hopefully we can just keep that rolling.”
    --Raiders Cornerback Nate Hobbs

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    Schedules/Results:

    Thursday
    Sep. 7
    DET Lions
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    L 21-20
    Sunday
    Sep. 17
    at JAX Jaguars
    TIAA Bank Field
    Jacksonville, FL
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    W 17-9
    Sunday
    Sep. 24
    CHI Bears
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    4:25pm ET
    FOX
    W 41-10
    Sunday
    Oct. 1
    at NY Jets
    MetLife Stadium
    E Rutherford, NJ
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    W 23-20
    Sunday
    Oct. 8
    at MIN Vikings
    US Bank Stadium
    Minneapolis, MN
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 27-20
    Thursday
    Oct. 12
    DEN Broncos
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    8:15pm ET
    Prime
    W 19-8
    Sunday
    Oct. 22
    LA Chargers
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 31-17
    Sunday
    Oct. 29
    at DEN Broncos
    Mile High Stdm
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    L 24-9
    Sunday
    Nov. 5
    Miami Dolphins
    Frankfurt Stdm
    Frankfurt, Ger
    9:30am ET
    NFLN
    W 21-14
    Sunday
    Nov. 12
    .
    BYE
    .
    Monday
    Nov. 20
    PHI Eagles
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    8:15pm ET
    ESPN/ABC
    L 21-18
    Sunday
    Nov. 26
    at Lv Raiders
    Allegiant Stdm
    Las Vegas, NV
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    Buy
    Tickets
    Sunday
    Dec. 3
    at GB Packers
    Lambeau Field
    Green Bay, WI
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    Sunday
    Dec. 10
    BUF Bills
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    Monday
    Dec. 18
    at NE Patriots
    Gillette Stadium
    Foxborough, MA
    8:15pm ET
    ESPN/ABC
    Monday
    Dec. 25
    LV Raiders
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    Sunday
    Dec. 31
    CIN Bengals
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    Sunday
    Jan. 7
    at LA Chargers
    SoFi Stadium
    Inglewood, CA
    Time TBA
    or Sat.,
    Jan. 6
    Sunday
    Sep. 10
    at DEN Broncos
    Mile High Stdm
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 17-16
    Sunday
    Sep. 17
    at BUF Bills
    Highmark Stadium
    Orchard Park, NY
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 38-10
    Sunday
    Sep. 24
    PIT Steelers
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    L 23-18
    Sunday
    Oct. 1
    at La Chargers
    SoFi Stadium
    Inglewood, CA
    4:05pm ET
    CBS
    L 24-17
    Monday
    Oct. 9
    GB Packers
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    8:15pm ET
    ESPN/
    ABC
    W 17-13
    Sunday
    Oct. 15
    NE Patriots
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    4:05pm ET
    CBS
    W 21-17
    Sunday
    Oct. 22
    at CHI Bears
    Soldier Field
    Chicago, IL
    1:00pm ET
    FOX
    L 30-12
    Monday
    Oct. 30
    at DET Lions
    Ford Field
    Detroit, MI
    8:15pm ET
    ESPN/
    ABC
    L 26-14
    Sunday
    Nov. 5
    NY Giants
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    4:25pm ET
    FOX
    W 30-6
    Sunday
    Nov. 12
    NY Jets
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    W 16-12
    Sunday
    Nov. 19
    at MIA Dolphins
    Hard Rock Stdm
    Miami Grdns, FL
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 20-13
    Sunday
    Nov. 26
    KC Chiefs
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    Buy
    Tickets

    Sunday
    Dec. 3
    .
    BYE
    .
    Sunday
    Dec. 10
    MIN Vikings
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    4:05pm ET
    FOX
    Thursday
    Dec. 14
    LA Chargers
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    8:15pm ET
    Prime
    Monday
    Dec. 25
    at KC Chiefs
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    Sunday
    Dec. 31
    at IND Colts
    Lucas Oil Stdm
    Indianapolis, IN
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    Sunday
    Jan. 7
    DEN Broncos
    Allegiant
    Las Vegas, NV
    Time TBA
    or Sat.,
    Jan. 6


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    Injury Report:

    Jerick McKinnon RB OUT Groin
    Kadarius Toney WR OUT Ankle
    Nick Bolton LB OUT Wrist
    Justyn Ross WR OUT Legal problems
    Mecole Hardman WR IR Thumb
    Prince Tega Wanogho T IR Quad


    Kolton Miller T Questionable Shoulder
    Marcus Epps S Questionable Neck
    Roderic Teamer S Questionable Hamstring
    Robert Spillane LB Questionable Ankle
    Maxx Crosby DE Doubtful Knee
    Brandon Facyson CB IR Shin
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    Depth Charts:

    Chiefs
    OFFENSE


    DEFENSE



    Raiders
    OFFENSE


    DEFENSE


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    Prisco's Pick:
    The Chiefs are coming off a tough Monday night loss and now must
    travel on a short week. The Raiders have looked so much better
    the past three games, but this is a tough test against a wounded
    Super Bowl champ. The Chiefs get back on track here.
    Chiefs 27
    Raiders 17
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    5 Things to Watch on Sunday | Chiefs vs. Raiders
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    Nov 24, 2023 at 11:44 PM
    Matt McMullen
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    The Kansas City Chiefs will aim to get back on track this weekend with a matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium.

    Here are five things to keep in mind heading into game day.

    1. Here's a look at the final injury report for both teams.

    The Chiefs will be without running back Jerick McKinnon (groin) and wide receiver Mecole Hardman (thumb) for Sunday's game, Head Coach Andy Reid revealed on Friday. In some good news, wide receiver Richie James – who hasn't played since Week 2 with a knee injury – appears to be good to go as he has no injury designation entering Sunday's game.

    As for the Raiders, edge rusher Maxx Crosby – who leads the NFL in pressures with 63 – is listed as "Doubtful" for Sunday's game due to a knee injury. Crosby, whose 10.5 sacks rank fifth in the league, didn't practice this week due to the injury. Additionally, starting linebacker Robert Spillane is listed as "Questionable" for Sunday with an ankle injury. Spillane leads Las Vegas in tackles (94) and ranks second on the team in defensive snaps (733).

    Raiders' safety Marcus Epps, who has logged 673 defensive snaps this season, is also listed as "Questionable" with a neck injury, and starting left tackle Kolton Miller is listed as "Questionable" with a shoulder injury. Miller missed the Raiders' last two games due to the injury.

    2. The Chiefs' defense, which has been perhaps the league's best this season, will need to contain Raiders' tailback Josh Jacobs.

    Despite the loss on Monday, the Chiefs' defense was spectacular once again. Kansas City held Philadelphia – which entered the game as the No. 3 scoring offense in the NFL – to only 238 yards of offense and a 3-for-11 mark on third down while forcing seven punts, a season-most for the Eagles. It ultimately wasn't enough on Monday, but the performance only further re-enforced the reality that this may be the top defense in the NFL.

    In fact, the Chiefs are atop the league rankings in terms of fewest offensive points allowed (155) and remain the only team to hold the opposition under 25 total points in every game this season.

    They'll look to continue that torrid start against the Raiders on Sunday, and if they're to do so, it will need to begin with containing Raiders' tailback Josh Jacobs. The league's leading rusher last season, Jacobs has touched the football more than any other non-quarterback in the NFL this year. Through Week 11, Jacobs leads the league in total touches (231) and rushing attempts (200), touching the football on a staggering 67 percent of the Raiders' offensive plays.

    Additionally, no other player on the Raiders has more than 65 rushing yards on the season, while Jacobs has 661. Now, it's worth pointing out that Jacobs' average yards-per-carry mark is just 3.31 yards this year, but still, he has proven himself capable during his career of breaking a big play at any moment.

    It's all to say that if the Chiefs are to slow down the Raiders' offense on Sunday, stopping Jacobs must be the top priority.

    3. Las Vegas will start rookie quarterback Aidan O'Connell for the fourth-straight week.

    Las Vegas' quarterback on Sunday will be rookie Aidan O'Connell, who will suit up for his fourth consecutive start. The former fourth-round pick has completed 56-of-93 passes (60.2%) for 633 yards, two touchdowns and four interceptions in that span, leading the Raiders to a pair of victories before narrowly falling to Miami last week. He has shown a willingness to throw the ball down the field, too, recording 14 pass attempts of at least 20 air yards in that span, which ranks eighth in the NFL.

    It's worth pointing out that O'Connell was under pressure on 48.8 percent of his dropbacks last week vs. Miami, completing 10-of-19 passes for 101 yards and two interceptions. He was also blitzed 10 times, averaging just 4.4 yards-per-attempt on those snaps. It's reasonable to expect the Chiefs' defense – which blitzes at the sixth-highest rate in the NFL – to bring significant pressure against O'Connell throughout Sunday's game.



    4. The Raiders' defense has been among the best in the league over the last several weeks.

    The Raiders' defense has been playing significantly better ever since interim Head Coach (and former NFL linebacker) Antonio Pierce took over back in Week 9. Las Vegas owns the league's No. 3 scoring defense in that time, yielding just 12.7 points-per-game, while forcing six turnovers.

    "They play hard. I think that's the biggest thing. Coach Pierce is a great coach who was a great player, and he has a mindset that I think you can see [permeating] throughout the entire team," said quarterback Patrick Mahomes. "They've got a lot of guys that love football. It starts with [defensive end] Maxx [Crosby], but [also linebacker Robert] Spillane. All those guys that are out there, they're playing hard and flying around every single snap."

    Crosby – who is listed as "Doubtful" for the game due to a knee injury – has played 98.3 percent of the Raiders' defensive snaps this season. He leads the NFL with 63 pressures, so his potential absence would obviously be a gigantic deal.

    5. Kansas City will look to avoid the self-inflicted miscues.

    The narrative in all three of the Chiefs' losses this season – last week's defeat at the hands of Philadelphia included – has been self-inflicted mistakes and errors. Those miscues include turnovers, penalties and drops, many of which have seemed to occur at critical moments, particularly in the second half of games.

    The Chiefs have otherwise proven very difficult to beat, however, and the fortunate thing about self-inflicted errors is that they're fixable and avoidable, as Coach Reid explained earlier this week.

    "We can do better with the penalty part, and we can do better attacking the ball. Those are things that we can work on and that we'll continue to work on, and that's where we'll start," Reid said. "There's no reason you can't do what you did in the first half, in the second half."

    The Chiefs will aim to avoid those mistakes on Sunday as Kansas City looks to keep pace for the top record in the conference. The Chiefs currently sit a half-game behind the Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins in the AFC playoff picture, but with a victory on Sunday (and a Ravens' loss), Kansas City would re-take its place atop the standings due to tie-breakers.
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    Game Preview
    from The Associated Press


    It's a Super Bowl rematch with superstar power as the Eagles visit the Chiefs on Monday night

    By AP Wire
    Fri, Nov 24, 2023, 8:47 AM CST


    LAS VEGAS — The Kansas City Chiefs visit the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. Kansas City has won the past five meetings, 10 of the previous 11 and 15 of 17.

    The Chiefs are coming off a 21-17 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday night. Las Vegas lost 20-13 at the Miami Dolphins on Sunday.

    Oddsmakers favor the Chiefs by 9 1/2 points. Kansas City’s offense and defense ranked in the top eight. The Raiders’ units are closer to the bottom.
    Betting info and recent trends

    OPENING LINE: Chiefs by 9 1/2, according to FanDuel Sportsbook.

    AGAINST THE SPREAD: Chiefs 6-4; Raiders 6-5.

    SERIES RECORD: Chiefs lead 72-54-2.

    LAST MEETING: Chiefs won 31-13 on Jan. 7, 2023, in Las Vegas.

    LAST WEEK: Chiefs lost to Eagles 21-17; Raiders lost at Dolphins 20-13.

    CHIEFS OFFENSE: OVERALL (8), RUSH (14T), PASS (6), SCORING (14).

    CHIEFS DEFENSE: OVERALL (4), RUSH (18), PASS (4), SCORING (3).

    RAIDERS OFFENSE: OVERALL (29), RUSH (31), PASS (23), SCORING (26T).

    RAIDERS DEFENSE: OVERALL (21), RUSH (27), PASS (11), SCORING (13).

    TURNOVER DIFFERENTIAL: Chiefs minus-5; Raiders minus-7.

    Chief to watch

    CB Trent McDuffie. The second-year pro is making a strong case for an All-Pro nod this season. He had two sacks and forced a fumble against the Eagles last week, and he played a big part in shutting down wide receiver A.J. Brown. McDuffie has forced a league-leading five fumbles this season.
    Raider to watch

    RB Josh Jacobs. Interim coach Antonio Pierce said the Raiders didn’t stick with the ground game like they should have at Miami. Jacobs received only 14 carries, resulting in 39 yards, but he is a physical back who wears down defenses. Especially considering the Chiefs are average defensively against the run, look for Las Vegas to make more of a commitment and for Jacobs to return to form in which he gained 214 yards over the two previous games.
    Key matchup

    Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco vs. Raiders’ defensive front. Pacheco rushed for 66 yards in the first half against the Eagles, forcing Philadelphia to bring its defensive backs closer to the line of scrimmage. Especially with Kansas City’s receivers dropping passes, the Chiefs could try to establish the run game to open up passing opportunities, particularly considering the Raiders rank near the bottom in rush defense.
    Injury report

    The Chiefs are keeping an eye on WR Mecole Hardman’s sprained thumb … Kansas City RB Jerick McKinnon (groin) was limited in practice Wednesday. … Raiders DE Maxx Crosby (knee) didn’t practice Wednesday. … Las Vegas CB Amik Robertson (concussion) returned to practice and LT Kolton Miller (shoulder) was limited.

    Odds and Ends

    Kansas City has won the past five meetings. The Raiders’ last victory was 40-32 on Oct. 11, 2020, in Kansas City.

    The Chiefs have not scored in the second half in their past three games and have a league-low 53 points in the second half of games this season.

    Kansas City has held opponents to 24 points or fewer in each of their 10 games, tying the 1969 and 1971 teams for the fourth-longest streak to start a season. The record is 14 set in 1991.

    The Chiefs have had more than one sack in every game since Week 2, tying the fifth-longest streak in club history.

    Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has started 44 straight games, tying Hall of Famer Len Dawson for second at his position in franchise history. Trent Green started 81 in a row.

    TE Travis Kelce passed Jamaal Charles last week for second in Chiefs history with 10,999 yards on offense and special teams combined. Dante Hall had 12,356 from 2000-06. Kelce has 74 career TD catches. He needs three more to pass Tony Gonzalez for the most in franchise history.

    DT Chris Jones had two sacks last week against Philadelphia, tying him with Neil Smith for the fourth-most multisack games in Chiefs history with 19. Tamba Hali is third with 20.

    Chiefs K Harrison Butker is 19 for 19 on field-goal attempts this season.

    Rather than stick with their game-week routine, the Raiders had a walk-through practice Tuesday rather than have the players take the usual day off. They instead will get Thursday off for Thanksgiving.

    This is the second week in a row Las Vegas has altered plans. The Raiders originally were scheduled to spend last week in Orlando, Florida, before traveling to Miami. They instead remained in Las Vegas before flying to South Florida on the weekend.

    DE Maxx Crosby has reached 10-plus tackles for the third time. He’s the seventh Raiders player to accomplish that feat in his first five seasons. Crosby also is 1 1/2 sacks from 49 1/2 for his career, which would be the best for a Raiders player in his first five seasons.

    Jacobs is 74 yards from scrimmage from 1,000, which would make him one of nine running backs since 2000 to reach that mark in each of his first five seasons. Marcus Allen is the only other Raiders back to pull that off.

    WR Davante Adams is six receptions from 70, which would extend his streak to eight seasons. It would tie for the sixth-longest streak in NFL history and make Adams one of 10 players to accomplish that.

    FANTASY TIP: Chiefs TE Travis Kelce. After his uncharacteristic fumble that helped cost the Chiefs the game against Philadelphia, look for Kelce to bounce back and play up to his usual high standards. He also is the receiver Mahomes trusts most. The two could look to establish an early rhythm.
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