Bet $5 On The Chiefs vs Raiders & Get $200 If You Pick The Winner

Yes, the title is true; we legally cannot lie to you. Big Casinos are trying to swallow each other whole. Until that happens, we all get a little bit of money in our pockets.

Claim this offer using DraftKings:

  1. Sign up by clicking here
  2. Select “Sign Me Up”
  3. Register & Deposit $5+
  4. Finally, place a $5+ moneyline bet on the Chiefs vs Raiders game and get $200 back if you pick the winner! (That’s $200 in addition to your winnings)

The Chiefs return home after its (predicted) win over Tampa for a Monday Night showcase. The Raiders will come to town after (finally) getting its first win of the season, against Denver. The AFC West contest figures to follow the script of all AFC West games this year: points, points, points.

Fortunately for you, there is no spread to cover. You just need to hit the moneyline and a winner to pick.

From that perspective it is easy: take Kansas City at home.

Baring a serious practice injury to Patrick Mahomes during the week, the “Chiefs at home” is the pick most any time you are given a choice. The team has won the division each of the last six years. Andy Reid has a career winning percentage over .700 with the Chiefs… oh, and it is .743 at home (55-19) since he got there in 2013. Kansas City has always been a tough place to play, too — the franchise owns a .610 winning percentage at Arrowhead since it opened. It opened in 1972!

This is not an outright dismissal of the Raiders. Truth be told, that team has the talent to play with the Chiefs and it would surprise no one if the game was close — which is why this offer is great, because there is no line to deal with. Kansas City has had frequent spans where it looks disinterested and very beatable. It is usually most obvious right before the team “decides” to win.

The Raiders are going to be able to play with reckless abandon this week. The team is just 1-3 though it has played much better than that. Las Vegas is saddled with a tough loss to the Chargers, an OT defeat to the Cardinals, and a two-point setback versus Tennessee all entering this game — before its bye.

If there was a time for Josh McDaniels to feed Josh Jacobs and take some shots deep it is this game. And he probably will. And some of them will hit. The game will be fun to watch and dealing with a points spread would be a nightmare.

The Chiefs thrive when pushed back and there will not be complacency in front of an electric crowd. So, lay it on the favorite and take the moneyline to get $200 back if you select the winner!