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KANSAS CITY (9 - 1) at LA RAMS (9 - 1)
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Week 11 Monday, 11/19/2018 8:15 PM
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475KANSAS CITY63.563
476LA RAMS-3-3
KANSAS CITY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-1+7.98-25-535.319.3423.1(7.1)0.824.012.3410.7(6.2)1.5
Road Games4-1+3.95-04-136.815.6440.4(7.7)0.830.417.0457.8(6.7)1.0
Last 3 Games3-0+21-21-231.019.0389.7(7.4)0.719.312.0353.0(5.4)1.7
Grass Games9-0+8.97-24-534.820.4420.6(7)0.721.911.0400.8(6.2)1.6
KANSAS CITY - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)35.319.324.029:2025-118(4.8)23-3467.0%305(8.9)59-423(7.1)(12)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.512.821.231:1327-122(4.5)23-3663.2%249(6.9)63-370(5.9)(15.1)
Offense Road Games36.815.622.028:1724-122(5.1)22-3466.7%319(9.5)57-440(7.7)(12)
Defense (All Games)24.012.325.730:4024-122(5.1)26-4263.2%289(6.9)66-411(6.2)(17.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.
Defense Road Games30.417.028.831:4324-118(4.9)30-4466.7%340(7.7)68-458(6.7)(15.1)
KANSAS CITY - 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) 12-436.4%2-166.7%2-46(21.1)1-3(2.7)7-54
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.51.5 13-537.9%1-051.6%2-44(22.5)14-2(7.6)7-57
Stats Against (Road Games) 12-433.9%2-170.0%2-38(18.9)1-1(0.8)5-36

LA RAMS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games9-1+7.64-55-533.517.2447.2(7.1)0.723.113.6355.2(6.3)1.5
Home Games5-0+52-23-234.418.6476.2(7.4)0.622.412.2342.4(6.4)1.2
Last 3 Games2-1+0.60-32-133.314.0451.7(7.1)0.334.321.0420.0(7)1.0
Grass Games8-0+84-33-533.417.2440.1(6.9)0.519.410.5336.5(6.1)1.7
LA RAMS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)33.517.225.031:1229-145(4.9)23-3368.3%302(9.1)63-447(7.1)(13.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.912.920.230:5726-115(4.4)21-3364.5%240(7.2)59-354(6)(14.8)
Offense Home Games34.418.626.031:5729-129(4.4)25-3571.8%347(9.8)64-476(7.4)(13.8)
Defense (All Games)23.113.620.128:4823-122(5.2)21-3364.9%233(7.1)56-355(6.3)(15.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.912.520.530:2426-120(4.6)22-3466.2%241(7.2)60-361(6)(15.1)
Defense Home Games22.412.218.228:0321-126(6)21-3365.0%217(6.7)54-342(6.4)(15.3)
LA RAMS - 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) 11-540.9%1-160.0%2-38(22.6)1-5(7.7)5-47
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.60.61.2 12-537.7%1-157.9%2-38(22.2)13-2(6.9)7-57
Stats Against (Home Games) 12-437.3%1-166.7%2-34(21.4)1-7(11)5-36
Average power rating of opponents played: KANSAS CITY 18.5,  LA RAMS 21.1
KANSAS CITY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2018SAN FRANCISCO38-27W-6W53O28-7724-38-307029-17820-30-2280
10/1/2018@ DENVER27-23W-3.5W53U26-14228-45-304022-15921-33-2261
10/14/2018@ NEW ENGLAND40-43L3.5W59.5O17-9423-36-352238-17324-35-3271
11/4/2018@ CLEVELAND37-21W-7.5W51O24-13923-32-360125-10230-43-2861
11/19/2018@ LA RAMS            
12/2/2018@ OAKLAND            
12/13/2018LA CHARGERS            

LA RAMS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/23/2018LA CHARGERS35-23W-7W49O35-17129-36-350220-14118-30-2152
10/7/2018@ SEATTLE33-31W-7L50.5O30-15523-32-313232-19013-21-1830
10/14/2018@ DENVER23-20W-7L50U39-27014-28-174117-6025-41-2971
10/21/2018@ SAN FRANCISCO39-10W-9W51.5U35-14618-24-185024-10715-27-1214
10/28/2018GREEN BAY29-27W-7.5L57U34-13520-36-281019-10618-30-2531
11/4/2018@ NEW ORLEANS35-45L-2.5L57O19-9228-40-391134-14125-36-3461
11/19/2018KANSAS CITY            
12/2/2018@ DETROIT            
12/9/2018@ CHICAGO            
KANSAS CITY: Despite QB Alex Smith's career year, head coach Andy Reid is moving forward with 2017 first-round draft pick QB Pat Mahomes under center. Mahomes is far less conservative than Smith and profiles as a risk-taker with a cannon arm. He's surrounded by explosive playmakers in WR Tyreek Hill, TE Travis Kelce, RB Kareem Hunt and newly-acquired WR Sammy Watkins. It will be a much different (and probably more entertaining) Chiefs offense. Coordinator Bob Sutton's bend-don't-break defense tries to limit big plays at the expense of lightening the box and allowing success in the running game. Mercurial CB Marcus Peters was traded away, but three-time All-Pro S Eric Berry is back after last year's Week 1, season-ending Achilles injury. Kendall Fuller (acquired in the Alex Smith trade) is one of the league's best slot CBs and DE Chris Jones is developing into a top-tier pass-rusher.
LA RAMS: 2017 Coach of the Year Sean McVay quickly turned around L.A.'s offense with an effective running game and a unique passing attack. RB Todd Gurley was unstoppable as a rusher and receiver, leading the league in touchdowns (19) and yards from scrimmage (2,093) playing just 15 games. Gurley's success allowed Jared Goff to blossom as a play-action passer, and the arrival of WR Brandin Cooks gives McVay one more dynamic weapon to utilize. Legendary coordinator Wade Phillips will worked with an rebuilt defense in 2018. OLB Robert Quinn, ILB Alec Ogletree and CB Trumaine Johnson are out. DT Ndamukong Suh and CBs Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters, all former All-Pros, are in. The new arrivals have reputations for gambling to make big plays (while also allowing some). DT Aaron Donald is one of the game's best defenders, though the run defense struggled at times last season.
Rams-Chiefs game could be an offensive bonanza

Two of the NFL's best teams, equipped with two of the best young quarterbacks, will meet on Monday night at the Los Angeles Coliseum when the Kansas City Chiefs face the Los Angeles Rams.

The game was originally scheduled to be played in Mexico City, but the poor conditions of the playing surface at Estadio Azteca caused the game to be moved to Los Angeles, giving the Rams an unexpected home game.

The Rams (9-1) are 5-0 at home, while the Chiefs (9-1) suffered their only loss in a 43-40 road defeat against the New England Patriots.

The Chiefs' star is 23-year-old quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who leads the league in touchdown passes (31) and passing yards per game and is second in passer rating, behind only New Orleans' Drew Brees.

"You know the consistency at which Patrick has operated and taking good care of the football and made plays in rhythm but then off schedule has been phenomenal," Rams coach Sean McVay said.

Mahomes directs an offense that ranks second in the league in scoring at 35.3 points per contest. Running back Kareem Hunt ranks seventh in the league in rushing, averaging 75.4 yards per game, while the key receivers are wideout Tyreek Hill (16.2 yards per catch, nine touchdowns), tight end Travis Kelce (57 catches, six touchdowns) and Sammy Watkins (39 catches, 515 yards).

"It's fun if you're watching as a football fan; it's not fun when you're watching it getting ready to play them," Rams coach Sean McVay said.

McVay has a pretty good offense, too. The Rams are right behind the Chiefs in scoring, averaging 33.5 points per game, and third-year quarterback Jared Goff is third in the league in touchdown passes with 22 and fifth in both passing yards per game and passer rating.

Goff has the advantage of having the league's leading rusher in his backfield in running back Todd Gurley, who is 12 yards shy of 1,000 for the season and has 40 receptions for 402 yards. He rushed for 120 yards and added 40 receiving yards in the Rams' 36-31 victory over Seattle last week.

The Rams suffered a setback in that game when they lost wide receiver Cooper Kupp for the season with a torn ACL, but they still have Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods, each of whom has over 50 catches and 800 receiving yards.

"You have to be disciplined," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "They're a disciplined offense, so you have to be disciplined from a defensive standpoint. Then practice that way and then you go play."

Neither team has outstanding defensive numbers. The Chiefs rank 29th in total defense and are in the middle of the pack in scoring defense, yielding 24.0 points per game. Defensive end Dee Ford is third in the NFL in sacks with nine.

The Rams are 20th in total defense and 12th in scoring defense, giving up 23.1 points per contest. But the Rams have defensive end Aaron Donald, who leads the league in sacks with 12.5.

One of the significant side stories involves Chiefs receiver Watkins and Rams cornerback Marcus Peters, both of whom will be facing the teams they played for last season.

Peters started the trash talking for his matchup against his former teammates back in February, telling the NFL Network he expected turnovers and a win and that Mahomes "knows how to get me the ball."

Peters has struggled this season, but McVay defends his cornerback.

"I think that the numbers can tell an entirely different story than what the reality is," McVay said, "because the reality is we've put him in a lot of difficult spots where he's one-on-one with the opposing team's best receiver."

Watkins already has as many receptions this season (39) as he did all of last season with the Rams. He sat out Sunday's 26-14 victory over the Arizona Cardinal with a foot injury, but he is expected to the Rams.

"He's so physical with the speed, he's someone that can really stretch the defense as well as put pressure on them in a lot of different ways," Mahomes said. "I thought guys did well, stepped up and played well in replacing the role, but at the same time it's hard to replace a guy like Sammy."

The change in venue did not affect the Chiefs' preparation, since they planned to stay in Kansas City to practice.

"With the extra day and it being a Monday night game, we were going to prep like we normally do, but we really never got to that point," Reid said. "Players are a little bit resilient, just like coaches, wherever you put us, we are going to go and do what we do. So, you kind of prepare for the team, which is what we spend our time doing."

The Rams moved their game preparations to the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., to prepare for the altitude of Mexico City and to escape wild fires near their training facility in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

"As far as affecting our preparation, we're out in Colorado Springs, we're going to go stay here until Saturday and then go back to L.A.," McVay said. "But we'll never complain about an opportunity to get a chance to play in front of our home fans and it's something we're looking forward to."

Last Updated: 5/27/2019 9:18:51 AM EST

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