4 reasons the Las Vegas Raiders will beat the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10
Last season, the Las Vegas Raiders struggled big-time inside Allegiant Stadium, including a primetime loss to Patrick Mahomes and these Kansas City Chiefs. However, last season COVID-19 forced the Raiders and the rest of the NFL to play their games with no fans in the stands, something that has been eliminated this year.
Since allowing fans into Allegiant Stadium, the Silver and Black have been terrific in front of their home crowd, outside of the terrible loss to the Chicago Bears in Jon Gruden’s last game as the head coach. The team played down to the Bears, but have been outstanding against other opponents, including a tough Baltimore Ravens team in Week 1.
While Raider Nation gets up for any game, playing Kansas City in primetime is nothing like playing the likes of Baltimore, Chicago, Miami, or Philadelphia. This game has a completely different meaning, and while the crowd was excellent for the first four games played at home, this is going to be on another level Sunday night.