The Las Vegas Raiders will battle it out against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 18 at home, and here are the best bets for the Silver and Black.
The 2022 NFL season for the Las Vegas Raiders will come to a close on Saturday afternoon, as they play host to division rival Kansas City. In Week 17, the Silver and Black were finally eliminated from playoff contention, and did so the same way they have lost so many other games this season, blowing a double-digit second half lead.
However, there were some bright spots, as Jarrett Stidham played way better than expected, and Davante Adams showed no signs of slowing down with a new quarterback at the helm. Las Vegas was also able to run the ball against the best run defense in the NFL, something they need to do on Saturday to keep the Chiefs high-octane offense off the field.
Here, we look at some best bets for the divisional game.
Best Las Vegas Raiders Bets Week 18
Over at ArrowheadAddict.com, the talented Iain MacMillan laid out how he sees this game going on Sunday, and he tells the fans that the Chiefs should roll in this one. In fact, his best bet is to pick the Chiefs to cover the 9.5 points they are currently giving to Las Vegas, this as they look to clinch the No. 1 seed in the AFC.
However, this is a Raiders team that defied the odds in Week 17, as they were big underdogs against the San Francisco 49ers as well. Kansas City has a lot to play for in this game, but so does the Silver and Black, as they have some team records on the line, and quarterback Jarrett Stidham is trying to put more impressive play on tape.
The Las Vegas Raiders benched Derek Carr with two games left in the season, and after nine years, his career in the Silver and Black is over.
One other bet that could net you so money on Saturday afternoon on FanDuel Sportsbook is Davante Adams scoring a touchdown. Incredibly, after he has racked up 14 this season, he is +110 in terms of his odds, so any bet placed on him to find the end zone will net you at least double your money back.
Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.