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Point spread, total, moneyline and more for Raiders-Chiefs in Week 13

The Chiefs are huge favorites against a Raiders team coming off their worst loss of the season. Can the Chiefs cover a huge spread in this divisional matchup?

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce runs the ball as Minnesota Vikings cornerback Mike Hughes defends during the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Raiders are coming off their worst loss of the season in an embarrassing 34-3 loss to the Jets. It got so bad that QB Mike Glennon found his way into the field for the final quarter. Sheesh. Now, they have to deal with the Chiefs, on the road as +10 underdogs. To their credit, the Raiders have done well against the spread as dogs with a 5-3 record. As favorites, the Chiefs are 5-4 against the spread and will look to make it 6-4 despite a large -10 line.

This is a game that could be all about Josh Jacobs ($6,900) who draws one of the worst run defenses in the league. The Chiefs have been gashed on the ground allowing an average of 121 rushing and 63 receiving yards per game. While he doesn’t get a ton of targets, he does average 18 carries per game, putting him in a great spot in this game. Tyrell Williams ($5,400) and Darren Waller ($5,500) will be the top receiving options with Hunter Renfrow sidelined. Waller has the better matchup as the Chiefs’ secondary has been quietly solid. Both teams have been poor against tight ends, making this a potentially huge game for their tight end.

The Raiders’ secondary has been nothing special and Patrick Mahomes ($7,400) should be able to feast in this game. With Tyreek Hill ($8,900) healthy, Mahomes will have his full complement of weapons available. The Raiders secondary just gave up 217 yards and a touchdown to the Jets receivers. Travis Kelce ($7,200) draws one of the best matchups amongst all tight ends, as the Raiders have allowed the second-most touchdowns to that position with eight. All of this in mind, it helps explain the big spread leaning toward the Chiefs, who are double-digits favorites for the second time this season. They didn’t cover in that game against the Colts, as they lost 19-13.

All odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook

Raiders at Chiefs

Injury report


Out: WR Hunter Renfrow (rib)
Questionable: T Trenton Brown (knee)


Out: RB Damien Williams (rib)

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Chiefs -10

Total Points: 51

Money Line: Raiders +370; Chiefs -455


Overall 2019: Raiders 6-5; Chiefs 7-4

ATS 2019: Raiders 6-5; Chiefs 6-5

O/U 2019: Raiders 6-5; Chiefs 7-4

Notable Prop Bets

Josh Jacobs anytime touchdown score -125

Chiefs moneyline and under parlay +133

Raiders under 20.5 points -125

Betting Trends

  • The Chiefs have won each of their last six home games against the Raiders.
  • The Raiders have covered the spread in each of their last six games following a road loss.
  • Each of the Raiders’ last 11 road games against the AFC West opponents have gone UNDER the total points line.
  • The Raiders have won the first quarter in four of their last five games as underdogs against AFC opponents.
  • Tyreek Hill has scored at least one touchdown in each of his last four appearances in day games at Arrowhead Stadium.
  • Tyrell Williams has scored a touchdown in four of the Raiders’ last five games as underdogs against AFC opponents.
  • Travis Kelce has scored a touchdown in three of the Chiefs’ last four games.

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