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The Kansas City Chiefs are on the road this week when they face the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday Night Football from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
The Chiefs are coming off a bye and will look to add to their four-game winning streak. This game is a rematch of their high scoring affair in week five when the Raiders edged out a 40-32 win. The Raiders will look to make it two in a row against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs on the season.
This should be a fun one to watch. Here is everything you need to stream Sunday Night Football tonight!
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Las Vegas Raiders When:
Sunday, November 22 Time:
8:20 p.m. ET TV Channel:
NBC Live Stream:
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Kansas City Chiefs (-7) vs. Las Vegas Raiders
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