- The Kansas City Chiefs are favored to beat the Las Vegas Raiders on SNF with -140 odds.
- Patrick Mahomes has won nine straight games against the AFC West on the road.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs will travel to take on the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football in a game they are being seen as slight favorites to win.
Some might think that a nice profit can be made betting against the Chiefs on legal betting sites against their division rival on the road. However, the Chiefs are in the middle of an impressive streak having won nine games in a row on the road against the AFC West.
Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Las Vegas Raiders
- Moneyline: Chiefs (-140) vs. Raiders (+120)
- Spread: Chiefs -2.5
- Total: 52 Points
The Chiefs streak began back in 2018 which was also the season that Patrick Mahomes took over as the Kansas City starting quarterback.
Another note to keep in mind is that the Chiefs have done a solid job on the road in general as the road team favorite. In their last 10 games as a road team favorite, the Chiefs have gone 7-3.
Also backing up the Chiefs extending their streak to 10 wins is that the Raiders have struggled in this scenario recently. In games where the Raiders NFL odds on the spread have them listed as 2.5-point underdogs, the Raiders have gone 1-3 with two of those losses coming just last season.
In the Raiders last seven games as a home team underdog in general, they have gone for a horrendous 1-6 record as well.
All in all, the Chiefs have begun to catch fire as of late winning two straight games while the Raiders chemistry has started to fall apart after their off-field drama causing them to lose their last game.
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