NFL Thursday Night Football Oakland Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs Live Streaming Free 2016 Online, NFL Regular Season’s Week 14 Oakland Raiders vs Kansas City Chiefs Match will be kick off at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Missouri, United States, Thursday 08 December 2016 online,Time 08:25 pm (ET) and its broadcast on NFL Network, CBS, Fox Sports, NBC, ESPN and online free.
The Raiders are 10-2. This is a remarkable achievement given their recent run of futility. The last time this franchise reached double-digit wins was 2002, which also happens to be the last time they had a winning record or made the playoffs.
That year, Oakland lost in the Super Bowl to Tampa Bay. That team, which featured Rich Gannon, Jerry Rice, Tim Brown and Charlie Garner, didn’t get its 10th win until Week 16.
Now it’s Derek Carr, Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree and Khalil Mack. And while the names have changed, some similarities remain. The Raiders currently feature the NFL’s No. 4 offense (fourth in passing, fifth in rushing), according to Football Outsiders’ metrics. The 2002 version ranked No. 2 (third in passing, fourth in rushing).
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Offensively, these two teams, separated by 15 years, are very similar.
The glaring differences come on the other side of the ball; the Raiders’ defense is fast, athletic and … inconsistent. The unit ranks 26th overall and is only slightly better against the pass (22nd) than the run (27th). The latest reminder that, despite some playmakers, this group remains a work in progress, came last Sunday.
The Raiders trailed at home to the Bills, 24-9, partly because of their inability to stop LeSean McCoy, who finished with 130 rushing yards. Of course, Oakland scored the final 29 points to win decisively, but as December gives way to January, the Buffalo Bills of the NFL world will be replaced by teams like … well, the Chiefs. KC is an upstart outfit that took a month to find itself but once it embraced its strengths has been virtually unbeatable.
So while Thursday night’s game is important for the race to the top of the AFC West, it also could be a preview of a playoff rematch.
A year ago, the Chiefs limped to a 1-5 start before catching fire and winning 10 straight thanks to a steady-as-she-goes approach on offense and an under-the-radar defense. The team ranked fifth in efficiency, according to Football Outsiders (sixth on offense, sixth on defense, ninth on special teams) and won a wild-card game before running into the Patriots in the divisional round.
The Chiefs might not be much to look at, but Reid’s Bordeom Ball has been efficient if not exciting for a season and a half now. Some people consider Kansas City a Super Bowl team, and while we’re not yet willing to cross that bridge, there’s no disputing the success Reid has had since midway through the 2015 season. And while the Raiders have one of the league’s most explosive offenses, the inconsistencies on defense — not to mention all the penalties — are a concern. It’s why we like the Chiefs at home on Thursday night.