NFL Kansas City Chiefs vs Tennessee Titans live stream Free Online NFL Week 10 Sunday Football 10 November 2019, NFL online live with HD quality on PC, Laptop, iPhone, Ipad and Android over the Internet. It’s Will be kick of at Nashville, Tennessee, United States, Time 01:00 PM (ET) broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN.
Nissan Stadium is the site of the Tennessee vs. Kansas City contest with kickoff slated for 1:00 p.m. ET on Nov 10, 2019, in the Music City. The Chiefs have a two-game AFC West lead while the Titans are two back in the AFC South.
Strong out of the starting gate, with a 4-0 run, Kansas City (6-3) has lost three of their last five. Veteran QB Matt Moore filled in admirable with reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes sidelined with a knee injury, leading the Chiefs to a 2-1 record as a starter. Now Mahomes is expected to return to action.
Difficult to figure out, from week to week, Tennessee (4-5) ripped off a big 43-13 Week 1 win vs. Cleveland but has been sketchy ever since. Over their last eight games, the Titans have been outscored 152-125. No matter who plays QB for the Chiefs, the Titans are in for a tough one against the stacked KC offense.
Tennessee and Kansas City last clashed in the 2018 AFC Wild Card playoff game. Alex Smith was the pivot for the Chiefs, who lost 22-21 as 9-point favorites. The home loss was a shocker, as Kansas City had a 21-10 lead, but the Chiefs allowed the Titans to score 12 unanswered fourth quarter points.
Patrick Mahomes looked healthy while jumping around following the Chiefs 26-23 comeback win over Minnesota last week. Some bookmakers posted prices while other have been waiting to see if Mahomes would suit up. With Andy Reid saying Friday that Mahomes should play, it’s a good idea to jump on the -6 ATS price now… if you still can.
Thanks to slightly improved play on defense, even if QB Matt Moore starts, we still like Kansas City—just not as much. Tennessee has gone 2-2 since QB Marcus Mariota was benched and Ryan Tannehill took over as the starter. However, the Titans don’t have enough offensive firepower to match scores with the Chiefs.
The Chiefs survived two weeks without their star quarterback, bouncing back from a tough 31-24 loss to Green Bay two weeks ago to claim a thrilling 26-23 victory over Minnesota in Week 9. Before the Week 7 game at Denver in which he dislocated his kneecap, Mahomes was averaging 350.7 passing yards and appeared poised for another big game before the injury knocked him out in the first half against the Broncos. “They’ve got a lot, a lot of weapons,” Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees told reporters. “And they are a very fast football team. But it’s fun getting ready to play them.” Tennessee’s defense has been its strength for much of the season, but veteran quarterback Ryan Tannehill has revived the offense in three games since taking over as the starter.
If there’s a silver lining to Mahomes’ two-game absence, it’s that the Chiefs were able to get running back Damien Williams more involved in the offense. Williams rushed for a career-high 125 yards last week, including a 91-yard touchdown run, and Tyreek Hill had six catches for a season-high 140 yards and a touchdown. Kansas City’s defense was gashed on the ground early in the season, but the Chiefs held Minnesota’s powerful ground game to less than 100 yards last week.
After leading the Titans to wins in his first two starts, Tannehill passed for 331 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions in a 30-20 loss at Carolina last week. Tennessee’s 431 total yards last week were a season-high, but three turnovers derailed their bid for a third straight win. The Titans’ defense has been solid but is dependent on takeaways – they have forced 14 turnovers and have at least one takeaway in six straight games.
Kansas City is receiving 83-percent of the bets in this game, according to The Action Network. In Mahomes’ absence, running back Damien Williams has found his game. Williams rushed for a career-high 125 yards in last week’s 26-23 win over the Minnesota Vikings. Tyreek Hill had six grabs for a season-high 140 yards and a score. Meanwhile, the Chiefs rushing defense, which has been gashed at times this season, held the Vikings vaunted ground attack to under 100 yards rushing last week.
Tennessee has gotten better than expected play from Ryan Tannehill, who is completing 71.8-percent of his passes. Tannehill is starting in place of Marcus Mariota, who was benched earlier this season. If the Titans are able to control things on the ground, Derrick Henry will be a big reason why. Henry has struggled at times this season with 644 yards rushing but only 3.9 yards per carry. Wide receiver A.J. Brown has had a breakout rookie campaign with 429 yards receiving and three touchdowns.