After losing three of their first four games and suffering through a fractured locker room for much of the season's first half, the Las Vegas Raiders are feeling much better these days after deciding to send head coach Josh McDaniels packing and placing the interim head coach label on Antonio Pierce's resume.
These days, the Raiders are proving the ability to beat up on some bad teams including recent wins over the Patriots, Packers, Giants, and Jets. Can they add a bigger win to that list in the Kansas City Chiefs? That much remains to be seen.
Can the Raiders play the role of spoiler for a Chiefs team intent on hosting yet another Arrowhead Invitational (a.k.a. the AFC championship game)? If so, getting an exciting divisional win on their home turf is their best bet. The Raiders will be fired up for this one, so let's get to the information you'll need to know if you want to watch the action.
Chiefs vs Raiders game time
Between a couple of late-night primetime dates, the Chiefs' visit to face the Raiders is back in a late-afternoon time slot on Sunday, November 26 at 3:25 p.m. C.T.
Chiefs vs Raiders location
The Chiefs and Raiders face each other twice annually but have yet to do so for the first time this season, so they'll be swapping locations in short order in the next few weeks. However, it's K.C. that takes to the road first with a trip to Las Vegas to play at Allegiant Stadium in Week 12. The Raiders, by the way, are 15-15 all-time at Allegiant as their home field.
Chiefs vs Raiders odds
Given the disparity in the team's overall records and recent history with each other, it's not a surprise to see the Chiefs favored despite the fact that they're the road team in Week 12. Kansas City opened the week as XXXX-point favorites over Las Vegas.
How to watch or stream Chiefs vs Raiders
If you're hoping to catch the Chiefs versus the Raiders on Sunday afternoon, you can do so by tuning your television to CBS or Paramount+—the network's streaming service. For those looking for ways to stream, our friends at FUBO have you covered. You can also check out YouTube for NFL Sunday Ticket or NFL+ for further streaming options.
Series history for Chiefs vs Raiders
The Chiefs hold a pretty decisive edge in the all-time series between both teams. While the Raiders definitely enjoyed some glory years of their own, the Chiefs are up by a 72-54-2 overall record in the active series between the AFC West rivals. That total includes a 2-1 edge in rare postseason matchups.