Raiders vs Chiefs live stream (11/14/2021): How to watch NFL Week 10 online, TV info, time. In a huge AFC West matchup, the Kansas City Chiefs travel to take on the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football from Allegiant Stadium. Kickoff is set for 7:20 p.m. ET. The game will be broadcast on NBC
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The Kansas City Chiefs find themselves in an unusual spot headed into their first meeting of the season against AFC West rival Raiders. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV.
For the first time since 2016, the Chiefs (5-4) are looking up at the Raiders (5-3) in the standings headed into their meeting on Sunday night.
Kansas City has dominated this division for the previous four seasons, and the rivalry since Andy Reid arrived as coach in 2013. But with the defense getting repeatedly gashed early in the season and Patrick Mahomes and the high-powered offense struggling the past few weeks, the Chiefs look nothing like the team that has represented the AFC in the past two Super Bowls.
The Chiefs have been held to 36 points the past three games, marking the first time in Mahomes’ career that they failed to top 20 points in three straight games.
While the issues for Kansas City have been on the field, the Raiders have been dealing with major off-field problems.
Coach Jon Gruden resigned last month after offensive emails were revealed. The Raiders then cut ties with both of their 2020 first-round picks in less than a week with receiver Henry Ruggs III released after being charged in a fatal DUI crash, and cornerback Damon Arnette cut after making a video in which he brandished a gun and threatened to kill someone.
Location: Allegiant Stadium, Paradise, Nevada
Playing surface: Natural grass
Game time: 7:20 p.m. ET, Sunday, November 14, 2021
Weather forecast: Game played indoors
Matchup history: 66-53-2 (regular season)
The five-time AFC West champions currently occupy third place in the division with a 5-4 record. But the Raiders — now in second place at 5-3 — lead Kansas City by only half a game in a division race that could hardly be any closer: all four AFC West teams have five wins on the season. Before the Chiefs-Raiders game gets underway, the late afternoon games will include the Denver Broncos hosting the Philadelphia Eagles and the Minnesota Vikings in California to play the Los Angeles Chargers. By the final gun in Las Vegas, the division race could look entirely different.
The Chiefs come into Las Vegas on the heels of home wins against the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers, while the Raiders are returning home following a loss to the Giants.
The Raiders started the season 3-0 — including overtime wins against the Baltimore Ravens and Miami Dolphins — but have gone 2-3 since then. They’re currently in the middle of the pack in both points scored and allowed, while the Chiefs now rank 15th in points scored and 25th in points allowed. Kansas City began the season with one of the league’s most prolific scoring offenses — and one of its most porous scoring defenses. But since the team’s Week 5 loss to the Buffalo Bills, the defense has allowed just 16 points a game (compared to 32.6 over the first five weeks), while the offense fell from 30.8 points per game to just 16.8. Still, after opening the season 2-3, the Chiefs went 3-1 in those games.
While our Ron Kopp has — as usual — noted five very good factors to observe during this game, the performance of the two quarterbacks may tell us as much as anything. In 12 career starts against the Chiefs before 2020, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr managed a cumulative passer rating of 74.6 as his team went 2-10. But in two 2020 games against Kansas City, his passer rating was 123.2 as the teams split those contests. Meanwhile, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is in the midst of the worst season of his career; he’s had five consecutive games with a below-average passer rating. Whether Carr can continue to play well against the Chiefs — or whether Mahomes can return to his usual form — could tell the tale of this very important matchup.
The Las Vegas Raiders (5-3) play host to their AFC West rival, the Kansas City Chiefs (5-4), this Sunday with the division lead on the line.
Watch the game in-market on our official Raiders mobile app for users in the markets where the television broadcast is carried. The livestream will also be available for web users on Raiders website via iOS mobile devices.
Will it be live streamed?
The game will be live streamed on fuboTV, which offers a 7-day free trial. The most basic of plans is the “fubo standard” package, which comprises 100-plus channels for $64.99 per month. Like all cord-cutting alternatives, there are plenty of options, especially for sports.
What TV channel will broadcast the game?
The Raiders-Chiefs game will be broadcast on NBC.
NEED FOR SPEED: The absence of Ruggs was notable for the Raiders’ offense last week. Carr didn’t push the ball downfield without his fastest receiver, leading to the move to sign DeSean Jackson. The 34-year-old Jackson has been one of the game’s best deep threats over his career but hasn’t had more than 15 catches in a season since 2018.
“He’s very fast. He can still run,” Carr said after his first practice with Jackson. “And that definitely showed up today.”
MR. INSIDE/OUTSIDE: The Chiefs toyed with using Pro Bowl defensive tackle Chris Jones at defensive end this season, but the experiment has produced dismal results. But with the acquisition of Melvin Ingram from Pittsburgh, the Chiefs have a capable pass rusher opposite Frank Clark, and that in turn has allowed Jones to kick back inside to his natural position.
“Chris just wants to do what’s best and help out wherever he can,” Reid said. “I appreciate his attitude on that.”
HOLD THE LINE: A bright spot for the Raiders the past two weeks has been improved play on the offensive line and in the running game. Las Vegas has given up just one one sack in those games and topped 100 yards rushing in both contests after failing to do that in five of the first six games. Center Andre James has improved after a rough start and rookie Alex Leatherwood has played better since being moved from right tackle to guard.
“They’ve certainly improved,” Bisaccia said. “But I think we’re all working on improving day in and day out. What can we do better tomorrow that we didn’t do today? And certainly, they are microcosm of our improvement throughout the entire team.”
CURLY AND THE REDHEAD: Reid and Hall of Fame coach Curly Lambeau are tied for fifth in career regular-season wins after the Chiefs beat the Packers — coincidentally enough — last week. It was meaningful for Reid in part because of his years as an assistant in Green Bay.
“When they start naming fields after you, that means you did a pretty good job,” Reid said. “You couldn’t help but learn about him when you were there, especially for the number of years that I was there. It’s an honor. It’s hard to believe, but it’s an honor to have your name be mentioned close to this guy. So yeah, I’m humbled about it and honored.