Raiders vs. Chiefs Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 13 Odds

Frank Doyle | Updated Nov 28, 2019

Tyreek Hill Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs hope that Tyreek Hill is 100 percent after last week's bye. Hill has 543 receiving yards and five TDs in seven games.

Las Vegas
December 01, 2019, 4:25 PM ET
Arrowhead Stadium
Pointspread +11.5 -112
Moneyline +465
Over / Under o +50


Betting Action


Pointspread -11.5 -108
Moneyline -586
Over / Under u +50


Betting Action


The Kansas City Chiefs hope that a date with the Oakland Raiders is just what they need to rekindle the offensive fireworks they showed when these teams last met in Week 2. The Chiefs scored four touchdowns in the second quarter of that game en route to a 28-10 in Oakland. This time around, Kansas City is a double-digit favourite as the Raiders visit Arrowhead Stadium.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Despite the big spread, about three-quarters of wagers are backing the Chiefs to cover the number. Kansas City has won four in row against Oakland and is 3-1 against the spread (ATS) in those meetings. However, the Chiefs have covered only twice in their last seven games overall. Oakland, is 6-5 ATS this year and has just one win on the road so far. The total for this one opened at 54.5 points but has dropped to 51.

Oakland Raiders

The Raiders know exactly what’s on the line in this game – a win moves them into a tie with Kansas City at the top of the AFC West, while a loss would be a major blow to their playoff aspirations. Last week Oakland blew a chance to pull even with the idle Chiefs by laying an egg against the New York Jets. The Raiders lost 34-3 as 3.5-point favourites and quarterback David Carr was benched in the third quarter after producing only 127 yards through the air to go along with a pick-6. He’ll obviously need to be much better and the pass defence will be in the spotlight too. Oakland ranks fifth-worst in passing defence and will be looking for turnovers to flip the field on the Chiefs. Oakland has at least two turnovers in each of its wins this season.

Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City’s offence hasn’t been the same since the club’s previous win over Oakland. After putting up four offensive touchdowns in that one, they haven’t scored more than three since. Yes, the Chiefs still have an explosive offence that’s producing 28 points per game, but there’s a sense that they haven’t really hit their groove yet. Maybe the bye week will help them do just that. Wideout Tyreek Hill (hamstring) should be closer to 100 percent after the layoff and Patrick Mahomes is having another great season. Despite missing the better part of three games due to injury, the reigning MVP has thrown for more than 2800 yards with 19 touchdowns and just two interceptions.

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