Chiefs vs. Raiders Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 2 Odds

Charlie Grant | Updated Sep 10, 2019

Patrick Mahomes

Despite starting the season off with a win, the Oakland Raiders are the second biggest home underdogs on the NFL Week 2 betting board. Of course, that’s to be expected when Patrick Mahomes comes to town.

AT
September 15, 2019, 4:05 PM ET
RingCentral Coliseum
Las Vegas
7-9
Pointspread -7 -115
Moneyline -330
Over / Under o +53

83%

Betting Action

17%

Pointspread +7 -105
Moneyline +271
Over / Under u +53

83%

Betting Action

17%

The Chiefs opened as 8-point favourites against the Raiders and the spread has dropped a half point to 7.5. About 75 percent of the action at Sports Interaction is on Kansas City while nearly 100 percent of the customers expect this game to go Over the 52.5 point total.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders

Pointspread
  • Kansas City Chiefs -115 -7
  • Oakland Raiders -105 +7

KC is coming off a 40-26 road win over the Jacksonville Jaguars as 3.5-point chalk. The Chiefs are 8-1 straight up in their last nine games against the Raiders and 13-4 against the spread in their last 17 games against AFC West opponents.

The Raiders are 4-0 ATS in their last four home games, but 17-35-1 against the number in their last 53 games coming off a win. The two teams combined for 73 points and 911 offensive yards in last year’s game in Oakland.

The Over is 16-5 in Kansas City’s last 21 road games while the Under is 20-8 in the last 28 contests between these two sides.

Kansas City Chiefs

Injuries don’t seem to impact the Chiefs like their opponents. Kansas City lost star wideout Tyreek Hill early against Jacksonville with a shoulder injury. The No. 1 target man is expected to miss a few weeks.

Sammy Watkins looked good as the new chief weapon. The former Clemson standout found the end zone three times and was just two yards short of hitting the double century mark on receiving yards.

Watkins wasn’t the only player making Jacksonville’s defenders miss on Sunday. Former Bills running back LeSean McCoy totalled 93 yards on 11 touches.

Oakland Raiders

No AB, no problem. The Raiders showed no signs of missing Antonio Brown after they parted with the All-Pro wideout in the days leading up to their Week 1 game.

Oakland quarterback Derek Carr found a connection with Tyrell Williams. The former Chargers WR caught six passes for 105 yards and one touchdown. Carr completed 22 of his 26 pass attempts and rookie running back Josh Jacobs found the end zone twice.

There’s no reason to think Oakland’s offence will have any trouble against a weak Kansas City defence.

Who Will Win Chiefs vs. Raiders?

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