Las Vegas Raiders
2-2-0 (1-1-0 V)
Kansas City Chiefs
4-0-0 (2-0-0 H)
Sun, Oct 11 - 1:00p ET   |   CBS   |   Arrowhead Stadium
By Landon Smith

Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs NFL Football Week 5 Odds, Preview, Prediction

Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the NFL Football Game on Sunday October 11th, 2020.
#453 Las Vegas Raiders 57NFL Week 5
#454 Kansas City Chiefs -11.5

Las Vegas Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs Prediction, Betting Tips and Preview of the match for the NFL Football Game on Sunday October 11th, 2020.


Derek Carr Las Vegas Raiders
1095 PYDS | 73.6 Comp % | 113.6 RATING

Carr ended up being a fine play last week if you were forced into starting him based off of a late touchdown in garbage time, but he's not someone that you can be looking at in this matchup against the Chiefs defense. If you do end up playing him, you're hoping for some garbage time production with the projected game-script. He's a mid-range QB2.

Patrick Mahomes Kansas City Chiefs
1134 PYDS | 67.3 Comp % | 114.1 RATING

Mahomes continues to be a top-tier NFL QB, but he's simply not needed as much as previous seasons for the Chiefs to win games. The Chiefs are able to go up big and run out the clock, which limits Mahomes' overall upside. He still possesses ridiculous upside and you can never bench him, but he might not be needed as much in this game yet again. You're plugging him into your lineup, but we might not see the big explosive performance that we used to get regularly with Mahomes.

Las Vegas Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders are looking to avoid their third straight loss. They scored a convincing season opener with wins over the Panthers and Saints, but lost to the Patriots and Bills in their last two meetings primarily due to poor defense.

Derek Carris is having a great season as a quarterback for the Raiders. At least statistically.

The quarterback had an additional 311 passing yards against the Bills and now has 1,095 passing yards with a TD / INT ratio of 8: 0. Carr has a stellar 73% shooting efficiency.

Josh Jacobs didn't have big rushing numbers, rushing for 300 yards and averaging less than four yards per attempt in three of his four games.

The young runner has seen his rushing attempts drop in recent games. Waller remains an important target for Carr.

The 28-year-old tight end had 99 receiving yards last week and leads the team with 247 receiving yards this season.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs strive to keep their perfect record intact. They were 11-point favorites in a 26-10 home win over the Patriots on Monday night.

The Chiefs seem very difficult to beat. The Chargers took them into overtime, but aside from that clash, they've posted three dominant wins.

Patrick Mahomes continues to shine and threw two more touchdowns in Monday's victory. It wasn't one of his most prolific matches, but he is dealing with football.

The QB star has been strong all season, passing 1,134 passing yards with a TD / INT ratio of 11: 0. Mahomes has only been sacked three times.

The Chiefs' offense ranks near the top of the NFL in every category and has scored at least 23 points in every game.

The defense of K.C. it was also formidable. They contained all of their opponents, which included just 20 points awarded to Lamar Jackson and the Ravens.

Defense against the race can be leveraged as they rank 28th against the race.

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By Landon Smith, on 1:00p ET