SNF Chiefs vs. Raiders Point Spread: NFL Week 11 Odds, Prediction

Andrew Rogers | Updated Nov 20, 2020

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Sunday Night Football will present a rematch of Week 5, where the Raiders surprised the Chiefs 40-32 at Arrowhead Stadium.

November 22, 2020, 8:20 PM ET
Allegiant Stadium
Las Vegas
Pointspread -8 -115
Moneyline -400
Over / Under o +56.5


Betting Action


Pointspread +8 -105
Moneyline +325
Over / Under u +56.5


Betting Action


There are subplots a-plenty for the Sunday nighter between the Kansas City Chiefs and the host Las Vegas Raiders. Not only are both teams riding multi-game winning streaks, but the Chiefs have the Raiders to thank for their only loss of the season – and they’d love a measure of revenge at Allegiant Stadium. Las Vegas can move to within a game of the division lead with a win, but have seen most of their defensive starters ravaged by COVID-19 this week.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Kansas City is a one-touchdown favourite for the rematch of a thoroughly entertaining Week 5 showdown in which the Raiders went into Arrowhead Stadium and escaped with a 40-32 win. That’s the Chiefs’ only defeat in the past 18 games, and they’re an incredible 15-3 ATS over that stretch. That Raiders’ victory in Week 5 kicked off a stretch in which Las Vegas has gone 4-1 ATS over its previous five games, but it’s just 2-5 ATS in its last seven home tilts.

The total for this game is sitting at 57, making it one of the highest of the season so far. And both teams are riding trends to support that huge number, with Las Vegas having cashed the over in seven of its previous nine games and the Chiefs seeing three of their last five games producing 59 or more points. But Kansas City and the Raiders have played to the under in seven of their last 10 head-to-head meetings.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are blessed with plenty of offensive firepower – and while Patrick Mahomes, Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Tyreek Hill are studs in their own right, KC’s biggest advantage comes at tight end. Travis Kelce is in a world all his own through the first 10 weeks of the NFL season, leading all tight ends with 769 receiving yards – nearly 300 more than the next-closest competitor, George Kittle (who will likely miss the remainder of the season due to injury).

Las Vegas Raiders

It has been, as the kids say, “a week” for the Raiders. They’ve seen several of their defensive starters placed on the IR/COVID-19 list due to being in close contact with defensive end Clelin Ferrell, who has tested positive for the coronavirus. While those other defensive players can still be cleared in time for Sunday night’s game, some might not get the go-ahead until the day of the contest. That means no practice time, which could spell disaster vs. the Chiefs.

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