Raiders vs. Chiefs Point Spread: NFL Week 14 Odds, Prediction

Charlie Grant | Updated Dec 06, 2017

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The Raiders have climbed back into the playoff picture with back-to-back wins over two of the worst teams in the NFL – the New York Giants and Denver Broncos.

December 10, 2017, 1:00 PM ET
Arrowhead Stadium
Pointspread +4.5 -115
Moneyline +170
Over / Under o +48.5


Betting Action


Pointspread -4.5 -105
Moneyline -205
Over / Under u +48.5


Betting Action


Eight weeks ago it seemed like the Kansas City Chiefs were going to run away with the AFC West after their 5-0 start to the season, but they enter Week 14’s matchup against the Oakland Raiders trying to hold onto first place in the division.

Point Spread and Betting Analysis

The Chiefs opened as 3.5-point favourites on the Sports Interaction NFL odds board with the total set at 47.5.

Kansas City is 1-6 straight up and against the spread in its last seven games after starting the year a perfect 5-0 ATS. The over has cashed in seven of the Chiefs’ 12 games this season although the club had been riding a three-game under streak before last weekend’s shootout against the Jets.

Oakland is 6-6 SU and 4-7-1 ATS on the year. The under is 3-0 in the Silver and Black’s last three contests and 7-5 on the season. Oakland topped KC 31-40 at home in Week 7 as a 3-point underdog. The Chiefs are still 6-3 ATS in their last nine matchups against the Raiders.

Oakland Raiders

Oakland got by against the G-Men despite missing its top two wideouts – Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper. Crabtree served his one-game suspension and will be back for the Raiders this weekend but bettors should watch for updates on Cooper’s status. He missed last week because of a concussion he suffered during the Week 12 game against the Broncos.

The Raiders have given up fewer 17 or fewer points in the two games since former defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. was let go.

Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City couldn’t score in its last two losses so head coach Andy Reid thought he needed to switch something up. He elected to hand the play-calling duties – a job he had been doing all season – over to offensive coordinator Matt Nagy.

The move seemed to be a positive one on Sunday as the Chiefs scored the most points (31) they had in any game since their 42-34 victory over Houston in Week 5.

Raiders vs Chiefs Prediction