[WATCH/STREAMS!] Chiefs vs Raiders Live Free Online Broadcast 26 November 2023
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders FREE LIVE STREAM (11/26/23): Watch NFL Week 12 online | Time, TV, Channel. The Kansas City Chiefs, led by quarterback Patrick Mahomes, meet the Las Vegas Raiders, led by quarterback Aidan O’Connell, in a regular season game on Sunday, Nov. 26, 2023 at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.
Here’s what you need to know:
What: NFL, Week 12
Who: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders
When: Sunday, Nov. 26, 2023
Where: Allegiant Stadium
Time: 4:25 p.m. EST
No deficit has seemed too large for Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ quick-strike offense during a four-season run that includes two Super Bowl titles.
Now, Kansas City is in position to defend its championship — because of its defense.
The Chiefs (7-3) enter Sunday’s game against the host Las Vegas Raiders ranking in the top four in total, scoring and pass defense. They must hope that kind of defensive effort isn’t wasted by an offense that’s oddly still trying to find itself.
The Chiefs have been shut out in the second half of their last three games and scored 53 points total after the break this season, both of those the worst in the league. At fault are myriad issues: penalties, blown assignments, execution, dropped passes and poor play-calling, all of which have put tremendous pressure on the defense.
Week 12's Chiefs vs Raiders live stream today is shaping up to be a meaningful AFC West matchup. The division-leading Kansas City Chiefs are struggling on offense and its leading to losses. Meanwhile, the Las Vegas Raiders are still alive despite their 5-6 record and some struggles of their own. You won't want to miss this NFL live stream.
The Chiefs started the season on fire. Well, technically, they started the season with a shocking home loss to the upstart Detroit Lions. But after that, things were great for a while! They won six games in a row to rocket to the top of the AFC standings, with another Super Bowl appearance seemingly a lock.
Since that win streak though, things have gotten grim. Kansas City has lost two of its last three games, scoring less than 15 points per game over that stretch. While quarterback Patrick Mahomes has still been an elite passer, unfortunately, he's lacking an elite receiver to catch the football. Tight end Travis Kelce can only do so much and he's struggled over this three-game stretch as well.
And then there's the Raiders, who may be one of the toughest teams in the NFL to figure out. They've fired their head coach Josh McDaniels, benched their starting quarterback and have produced multiple losing streaks this season. However, they're only one game away from a .500 record, have looked competitive since firing McDaniels and are 4-1 at home. It's easy to write them off, but there are some real reasons not to count them out this week.
The Raiders will be in front of their home fans on Sunday, but a look at the spread shows they might need that home-field advantage. They will take on the Kansas City Chiefs at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday. Both teams took a loss in their last game, so they'll have plenty of motivation to get the 'W'.
It looks like Las Vegas got the smaller half of the wishbone at Thanksgiving dinner. They fell 20-13 to the Dolphins on Sunday.
Meanwhile, it looks like Kansas City got the smaller half of the wishbone at Thanksgiving dinner. They took a 21-17 hit to the loss column at the hands of the Eagles. Despite 98 more yards than Philadelphia, Kansas City couldn't convert that extra yardage to scores.
Patrick Mahomes put forth a good effort for the losing side as he threw for 177 yards and two touchdowns.
The team's defense also tried their best in the loss by holding the Eagles to a paltry 238 yards. A big part of that defensive dominance came down to the Chiefs' ability to keep the quarterback under pressure: the team laid the passer out five times before it was all said and done. The heavy lifting was done by Chris Jones and Trent McDuffie who racked up four sacks between them.
Las Vegas' loss was their fifth straight on the road, which bumped their record down to 5-6. Those losses could be blamed on the team's lackluster offensive performance across that stretch, as they only averaged 13.2 points per game. As for Kansas City, their loss ended a four-game streak of wins at home and dropped them to 7-3.
Not only did the Chiefs and the Raiders lose their last games, but neither team managed to cover the spread. Going forward, the Chiefs shouldn't be too worried about this matchup, as the experts have them favored by nine points. The Raiders might be worth a quick bet since they're sitting on a four game streak of covering the spread when playing at home.