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NFL : First Half Matchup
Sunday 12/10/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



OAKLAND (6 - 6) at KANSAS CITY (6 - 6)
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Week 14 Sunday, 12/10/2017 1:00 PM
Board First Half
OAKLAND - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-6-14-75-720.79.9334.5(5.7)1.423.211.8346.2(5.8)0.7
Road Games2-3-1.31-32-317.48.0297.4(5.4)2.023.411.4369.2(6)0.6
Last 3 Games2-1+11-20-317.78.0364.3(5.6)1.321.38.0301.3(5.4)1.0
Grass Games6-504-64-721.410.2331.5(5.7)
Division Games2-2-0.22-21-319.511.2345.2(5.9)
OAKLAND - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.79.918.829:1123-93(4)22-3563.5%241(6.9)58-334(5.7)(16.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.911.419.730:1928-114(4.1)21-3461.6%229(6.7)62-343(5.6)(14.9)
Offense Road Games17.48.016.627:1120-61(3.1)23-3564.4%237(6.7)55-297(5.4)(17.1)
Defense (All Games)23.211.818.530:4926-105(4)23-3370.1%241(7.3)59-346(5.8)(14.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games23.411.419.032:4928-121(4.3)24-3372.3%248(7.5)62-369(6)(15.8)
OAKLAND - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-644.2%0-060.0%1-21(19.7)2-13(6.5)6-54
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.51.4 14-537.7%1-040.8%2-45(22)16-2(8)7-58
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-641.7%0-050.0%1-19(23.5)3-18(6.8)9-74

KANSAS CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-6-6.86-67-525.211.7368.2(6.5)0.722.810.8382.2(5.8)1.2
Home Games3-2-2.53-23-221.67.2307.2(5.5)0.618.88.2361.6(5.9)1.8
Last 3 Games0-3-10.40-31-216.77.7357.7(6.3)1.322.013.3357.7(4.9)0.3
Grass Games5-3-25-35-325.512.0340.2(6)0.421.19.0379.4(6.1)1.6
Division Games2-1+0.52-12-127.718.0337.3(6.2)0.720.09.0399.7(5.8)2.7
KANSAS CITY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)25.211.719.429:4923-113(4.8)23-3467.6%256(7.6)57-368(6.5)(14.6)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.410.71930:4526-110(4.2)22-3463.1%230(6.7)60-339(5.6)(15.1)
Offense Home Games21.67.217.428:6022-88(4)21-3362.3%219(6.6)55-307(5.5)(14.2)
Defense (All Games)22.810.823.330:5230-129(4.3)20-3556.8%253(7.2)66-382(5.8)(16.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.611.519.730:2627-111(4.1)22-3463.1%232(6.7)62-344(5.6)(15.2)
Defense Home Games18.88.221.030:6030-139(4.7)19-3258.7%223(7)62-362(5.9)(19.2)
KANSAS CITY - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-642.3%1-060.0%2-30(19.3)2-13(6.9)6-55
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 14-540.2%1-047.6%2-37(21.4)14-2(7.6)7-58
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-540.3%0-050.0%1-27(19.3)2-15(6.2)6-47
Average power rating of opponents played: OAKLAND 18.5,  KANSAS CITY 20.1
OAKLAND - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/15/2017LA CHARGERS16-17L-3L47.5U22-10921-30-165228-8025-36-2631
10/19/2017KANSAS CITY31-30W3W46O21-8829-52-417023-9425-36-3310
10/29/2017@ BUFFALO14-34L2.5L47O14-5431-49-313437-16620-27-1650
11/5/2017@ MIAMI27-24W-3T44.5O27-8421-30-295218-8634-42-3091
11/19/2017NEW ENGLAND8-33L7L54.5U21-10928-49-235220-8930-37-3310
12/3/2017NY GIANTS24-17W-10L43U29-11922-36-282124-6521-34-2002
12/10/2017@ KANSAS CITY            
12/25/2017@ PHILADELPHIA            
12/31/2017@ LA CHARGERS            

KANSAS CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/19/2017@ OAKLAND30-31L-3L46O23-9425-36-331021-8829-52-4170
11/5/2017@ DALLAS17-28L2.5L52.5U19-6825-34-255131-13121-33-2440
11/19/2017@ NY GIANTS9-12L-10L44.5U29-13427-41-229332-11219-36-2051
12/3/2017@ NY JETS31-38L-4L44O11-11219-33-362049-15726-36-3310
12/16/2017LA CHARGERS            
12/31/2017@ DENVER            
OAKLAND: QB Derek Carr was playing at a near-elite level before breaking his leg in December. WR Amari Cooper is a special talent who sometimes disappears in the face of press coverage, creating opportunities for veteran possession WR Michael Crabtree. Free agent TE Jared Cook will add another dimension to the passing game. Three years removed from his last productive season, RB Marshawn Lynch is an enigma, though he'll be running behind a stellar O-line. Defensive Player of the Year DE Khalil Mack is not only a lethal pass-rusher, but also an exceptional run-defender. He and OLB Bruce Irvin combined for 18 sacks and 11 forced fumbles last season, but Oakland got very little production from the rest of the front seven. The young secondary was problematic last season, though 2016 first-rounder S Karl Joseph showed promise and first-round draft pick CB Gareon Conley should contribute right away.
KANSAS CITY: K.C.'s offense is too complicated for QB Alex Smith to lose his job to No. 10 overall draft pick QB Patrick Mahomes just yet. The pick indicates that the Chiefs want more production and splash plays from under center, whereas Smith has been a conservative game-manager. WR Tyreke Hill is nearly unstoppable as a moving chess piece, while TE Travis Kelce is a matchup nightmare and was the league's most prolific receiving tight end in 2016. No team created more turnovers than the Chiefs last season, and the All-Pro duo of S Eric Berry and CB Marcus Peters are scoring threats when on the field. Edge-rusher Justin Houston is healthy after two injury-plagued seasons, and has tallied an impressive 60 sacks in 69 career starts. Former first-rounder Dee Ford is coming into his own opposite Houston, while Tamba Hali gives K.C. a deep rotation of pass-rushers.
Raiders visit Chiefs in key AFC West battle

The AFC West showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the visiting Oakland Raiders on Sunday already loomed as a potential shootout.

The drama of a three-way tie atop to the division plus Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peter's suspension and the injury status of wide receiver Amari Cooper makes this Week 7 rematch compelling.

Oakland scored a wild come-from-behind 31-30 win in the first meeting this season thanks to a touchdown on an untimed down after time expired.

"It was a heck of game, very entertaining, certainly for the fans," Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said. "It was a tightly contested ballgame, lot of production from both sides and we were able to scratch out a win."

The fortunes of the two clubs swing viciously since that October night in Oakland. The Chiefs entered the game with a 5-1 record, building a commanding divisional lead. The Raiders entered the game 2-4 on a four-game losing streak and watching their postseason aspirations slip away.

Now both clubs stand atop the AFC along with the Los Angeles Chargers. The teams face each other over the season's final month, creating a round-robin of sorts for the division title.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid tries to downplay the idea of a make-or-break game, but he left little doubt the importance of Sunday's noon matchup at Arrowhead Stadium.

"You got to come out, you got to play well, you got to do the things where you come out," Reid said. "That's how this league is. We like to say it's week-to-week but it really is. We say it but this league is so competitive and every week is an important week. It's no different than this week here. It's very, very important."

Del Rio said teams understand the important of late-season divisional games.

"You like to think as a coach you bring that intensity every week but I think guys that you're playing twice a year and you know a little bit better, there's a little bit of natural tenancy to ratchet it up," Del Rio said.

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith agrees.

"These are hard fought games," Smith said. "They are close and they come down to the smallest of things. You scratch and you fight for all those little things. You anticipate it probably being a similar situation, coming down to the end of the game and who can make the play."

Both teams may have incentive to find greater ferocity this week with absences taking a toll. Reid suspended his All-Pro cornerback Peters for the game following his outburst during Sunday's 38-31 loss to the New York Jets. Peters picked up an official's penalty flag and heaved it into the crowd before leaving for the locker room with more than two minutes remaining.

Cooper's availability remains a question mark for the Raiders. He missed Sunday's 24-17 victory over the New York Giants with a concussion.

He exited the league's concussion protocol this week, but remains on the sidelines with an ankle injury. Cooper torched the Chiefs for 11 catches and 210 yards with two scores in Week 7.

The Chiefs played that game without cornerback Steven Nelson, who missed the first seven games with a core muscle injury. The club also added veteran corner Darrelle Revis, who made his Chiefs debut Sunday against the Jets.

Del Rio remains wary of the Chiefs defense even without Peters.

"Obviously anytime a player goes down whether it's an injury, whether it's something like this, you treat it the same and I'm sure they will," Del Rio said. "You go on to the next player. They've got good players. It's really the Raiders versus the Chiefs and we all have to adjust based on different guys being available or not."

Oakland also has a weapon little-used in their last outing against the Chiefs. Running back Marshawn Lynch rushed only twice for nine yards before earning a disqualification from the game. He rushed on the field after Peters earned a flag for unnecessary roughness for a hit on quarterback Derek Carr.

"I think he's done a nice job for us," Del Rio said. "We're glad to have him. He's been really effective, went over 100 yards last week, which was the first time on the year. We like the way he's working at it."

The coaches may not want to admit the importance of a single game, but Smith admits the significance given the logjam atop the AFC West standings and the Raiders' earlier win in Oakland.

"This is it, we are in the fourth quarter of the season," Smith said. "Three out of the four are division games. These next two, it is a three-way tie. We are going to play the two other guys these next two weeks. We can't get ahead of ourselves. Right here, we have a team that beat us earlier this year and we have to find a way to rebound."

Last Updated: 2/21/2020 9:09:41 PM EST

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