The bitter rivals of the AFC West, the Kansas City Chiefs (and the Las Vegas Raiders) will go head-tohead on Sunday. Both teams are still in contention for a divisional title as well as a playoff spot. The Chiefs are leading the AFC West at 8-4, while the Raiders are third at 6-6. They are one game away from the final AFC Wild Card spot. Although the Chiefs won Las Vegas less than a month ago with a dominant performance, both teams will win in their respective buildings in 2020. Paramount+ allows you to stream the game in selected markets.
Kickoff for Raiders against Chiefs will take place at 1 p.m. ET at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City is a 9.5 point favorite in the Chiefs vs. Caesars Sportsbook has the Raiders odds. The total points scored are 48. Sunday's matchup is available live on CBS in select markets and live streamed on Paramount+ as part of their Premium plan.
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How to watch Chiefs vs. Raiders
Chiefs vs. Raiders date: Sunday, Dec. 12
Chiefs vs. Raiders time at 1 p.m. ET
Chiefs vs. Raiders TV channel on CBS
Week 14 NFL Picks: Raiders vs. Chiefs
You should tune in to Sunday's Chiefs game against the. You should first see the NFL picks generated by SportsLine's computer model before you tune in to Sunday's Chiefs vs. Raiders game. Since its creation six-plus decades ago, the model has been simulating every NFL game 10,000x. It is now up nearly $7,200 for $100 players using top-rated NFL picks. It enters Week 14 in 2021 with a remarkable 132-94 run using top-rated NFL picks dating back to 2017.
It also ranked among the top 10 on NFLPickWatch for straight-up NFL picks four years in a row and beat more that 94 percent CBS Sports Football Pick'em four times over the same period. It is a great model to follow.
For Chiefs vs. The model supports the Raiders to cover. Las Vegas has lost four of its last five matches since the start of the season at 5-2. Despite the Raiders' top-10 offense, their 12 turnovers rank fifth in the NFL, despite the offense making big plays downfield.
The Chiefs have struggled offensively in their two games after allowing the Raiders to win by 41 points and 516 yards in Week 10. Kansas City has only scored 41 points during this stretch, and the average game length was 318.5 yards. It needed to learn quickly from its defense in order to survive against Cowboys or Broncos.
Las Vegas has already covered Kansas City in two of its last three matches. The model doesn't expect either team to have a prohibitive advantage over the other in the turnover battle. This is a major reason the Raiders cover more than 50 percent of simulations.