Raiders vs. Chiefs, Week 11: How to watch, start time, live stream, TV info and more

Here’s everything you need to know to prepare for and watch Sunday’s AFC West showdown between the Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs.

The Kansas City Chiefs have slipped at key moments this year. They’ve also risen above their circumstances. It’s hard to tell just how this Chiefs season will turn out, but at 7-4, they’ve given fans plenty of moments to be proud of alongside some head-shaking ones as well.

For all of the back and forth, the Chiefs stand in a decent position—with a very real chance of unofficially claim their fourth consecutive AFC West title on Sunday against the visiting Oakland Raiders. Jon Gruden and company have done a fantastic job to even put themselves in the playoff race heading into December given the preseason projections for this team. That said, the Chiefs should be able to pull past Oakland and grab their eighth win on Sunday.

The Chiefs are relatively healthy. The Chiefs already rolled over the Raiders on the road. They’ve played big in key games against the Chargers and Broncos in recent weeks and were led by their defense in both games. If both sides o the ball start to click, this will be over before the teams retreat to the locker room at halftime.

Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday’s divisional showdown.

  1. Raiders-Chiefs full game preview
  2. AA writer predictions
  3. Chiefs/Raiders inactives
  4. Madden ’20 sim
  5. Chiefs have rare opportunity to end rivals’ hopes
  6. Chiefs should have spent bye week fixing mistakes
  7. Tyreek Hill expected to be healthy
  8. Rodney Hudson has ankle injury

Here’s everything you need to know to watch and enjoy the Raider v. Chiefs..


When: 3:25 p.m. C.T., Sunday, December 1

Where: Arrowhead Stadium


TV Announcers: Tony Romo, Jim Nantz, Tracy Wolfson

Live Stream: FuboTV (7-day trial available), Amazon PrimeChiefs official site (for local fans), Chiefs official app (download here) or NFL Game Pass

Radio: 101.1 FM

Radio Announcers: Mitch Holthus, Kendall Gammon, BJ Kissel

Odds: Chiefs by 8.5 (Action Network)

Weather: 35 degrees, overcast

Series History: Chiefs lead all-time series 66-53-2

Last Meeting: 2019: Chiefs won 28-10