Kansas City Chiefs versus Oakland Raiders
Two AFC West rivals enter play having won their opening week game.
The Chiefs are coming off a 40-26 rout of the Jaguars and the Raiders took down divisional foe Denver by a 24-16 score.
Kansas City comes in a 7 ½ point road favorite with an over/under of 53 ½.
Patrick Mahomes threw for 378 yards and three touchdowns against a generally tough Jacksonville defense.
Sammy Watkins stepped up for nine reception for 198 yards and three touchdowns after Tyreek Hill went down with an injured collarbone.
Travis Kelce was a relatively quite three catches for 88 yards.
The Chiefs will have to account for Benson Mayowa, who recorded two sacks and a forced fumble last week.
On the ground, newly acquired LeSean McCoy paced the Chiefs with 81 yards on ten carries.
Damien Williams added 26 yards and a touchdown on 13 attempts.
Grinding it out on the ground could be a problem against the Raiders, who allowed only 93 yards against the Broncos.
For the Raiders on offense, Derek Carr completed 22-of-26 for 259 yards and a touchdown.
Tyrell Williams caught six for 105 and a score in the opener and tight end Darren Waller hauled in seven for 70 yards.
The Raiders could have success in the air against the Chiefs, who allowed 350 yards and three touchdowns versus the Jaguars.
On the ground, Josh Jacobs was a workhorse, carrying the ball 23 times for 85 yards and two touchdowns.
The Raiders will likely try to play ball control against a Chiefs’ defense that allowed five yards per carry last week.
The kicking games for both teams were rock solid in week one.
Harrison Butker drilled all four field goals and was a key part in the win for the Chiefs.
Daniel Carlson hit his only field goal try and all three extra points.
Kansas City has the potential to light up the scoreboard every week.
The Raiders will do a solid job keeping the game competitive buy using a running game and short passing attack.
However, it’s extremely difficult to keep up with the Chiefs multi-faceted offensive attack.
In a game going under by a few points, pick the Chiefs to pick up a road win with the Raiders covering the spread.
PICK- UNDER 53.5
result update -WON
Chiefs 28, Raiders 10