Kansas City Chiefs at Oakland Raiders live stream: How to watch online
By Brad Weiss
The Oakland Raiders will take on the Kansas City Chiefs this afternoon, and here is how you can catch all of the action online in Week 2.
After a stunning Week 1 victory against the Denver Broncos, where the Oakland Raiders dominated on both sides of the ball, the Silver and Black welcome the Kansas City Chiefs to RingCentral Coliseum today. The Chiefs, like the Raiders, are off to a 1-0 start to the 2019 campaign, but come into this game a bit shorthanded, as star wideout Tyreek Hill will not play.
Hill was injured in the Chiefs Week 1 victory against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and will be out for at least a month. For the Raiders, that means one less weapon for the Chiefs offense, which boasts one of the best quarterbacks in football in Patrick Mahomes, as well as another host of playmakers.
Oakland comes into the game a bit shorthanded as well, with first rounder Johnathan Abram being lost for the season with a torn labrum and rotator cuff. Abram was a difference maker in the secondary for the Raiders in Week 1, and without him, Mahomes should find some soft spots in the defense.
Overall, this has the makings of being much closer than the high spread coming out of Vegas, as the Raiders are much-improved over last season. They are younger, faster, and just more talented, and should play big in front of what should be a fired up home crowd.
Here is how you can catch all of the action online.
Date: Sunday, September 15
Start Time: 1:05pm PT / 4:05pm ET
Location: Oakland, CA
Venue: RingCentral Coliseum
TV Info: CBS, NFL Sunday Ticket
Live Stream: FuboTV or NFL Sunday Ticket
Josh Jacobs had a tremendous introducing to the NFL in Week 1, racking up over 100 yards in total offense, and finding the end zone twice. The fact that Oakland can rely on a run game will prove huge in this one, as they will look to work the clock, and keep Mahomes and that Chiefs offense off the field.
This is certain to be a good one, as there is no love lost between these two teams, and after 1-0 starts, both are looking to get out to 2-0 entering Week 3. For the Raiders, a win would mean a 2-0 record in the AFC West, which would be a tremendous start as they enter a gauntlet of games away from RingCentral Coliseum.