The Las Vegas Raiders welcome the Kansas City Chiefs to Allegiant Stadium in primetime in Week 10, and here are the early odds and pick.
The New York Giants played host to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday in a game that the Silver and Black should have won. Las Vegas went into that game as favorites on the road and were coming off a bye week, but it was not your typical bye week for the Raiders.
During the bye week, former first-round wide receiver Henry Ruggs III was the driver of a car that killed 23-year old Tina Tintor, and blood tests would later rule he was over the legal drinking limit. Also, he was going 156 miles per hour in his Chevrolet Corvette, and due to this, he was released by the team later that day.
Still, there was a game to be played, and while the Raiders did a nice job moving the football, they struggled mightily in the red zone. This weekend, they will play host to the Kansas City Chiefs in primetime, and cannot afford a repeat performance against a divisional opponent.
Raiders vs Kansas City Odds Week 10
The Week 10 betting odds on WynnBET have the Raiders as three-point underdogs at home against the Chiefs. They have +125 Moneyline odds, while Kansas City is the favorite at -145. The total for the game is set at an over/under of 51.5 points.
Raiders vs Kansas City Prediction Week 10
This is certainly an interesting game, as the Kansas City Chiefs are no longer a dominant team, barely beating a Jordan Love-led Green Bay Packers team at home in Week 9. Something is off with this team, and they struggle mightily on defense, so this one has the opportunity to be a statement win for the Silver and Black.
Las Vegas is going home, where they have been outstanding this season, and are looking to get back on the winning track and stay in first place in the AFC West. Turnovers killed Las Vegas against New York, with Carr throwing two interceptions, including a pick-six, while also fumbling at the end of the game.
Playing at home, I believe the Raiders step up in this one, beating the Chiefs outright, 24-21.