- The Las Vegas Raiders are 2.5-point underdogs to the Kansas City Chiefs with -105 odds to cover.
- The total points for the game is set at 52 points.
LAS VEGAS – The Las Vegas Raiders will close out the Sunday slate of NFL games in Week 10 against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football.
The Raiders are going into the game being seen as 2.5-point underdogs on online sportsbooks. With that, two streaks of profitable betting trends can be taken advantage of.
Las Vegas Raiders Vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- Moneyline: Chiefs (-140) vs. Raiders (+120)
- Spread: Raiders +2.5
- Total: 52 Points
Betting Against The Raiders
Unfortunately for Las Vegas, the first streak is that when they have been seen as a 3.5-point underdog or less in their last five games, they have gone 1-4 on the moneyline. It also does not help that the Raiders drama off the field has ruined a bit of their chemistry which caused them to lose their game in Week 9.
Also, Kansas City Chiefs have thrived when going into their last six games as 3.5-point favorites or less going 4-2. The Chiefs have also won their last two games as they begin to take shape on offense after art to the season.
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A High Scoring Affair
For those betting on the total points in the game, this is expected to be a high-scoring affair and the Over has been steaming hot in the Raiders last six games when seen as a 3-point underdog or less going 6-0.
Even more, in the last four meetings between the Chiefs and Raiders where the Chiefs are 3-point favorites or less, the Over has gone 3-1. The Over is also 6-2 in their last eight meetings on the Raiders home field and has hit in their last two meetings last season as well.
Overall, betting against the Raiders NFL betting odds and on the Over when in this scenario could turn out to be an easy cashout.
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