Philip Rivers and the Chargers finally beat the Kansas City Chiefs. All it took was feverish fourth-quarter comeback, a questionable pass-interference call, a tense video review of the final touchdown and the gutsy decision to try a 2-point conversion.
The Saints are 10-3 ATS and the Bears are 9-4 ATS.
Raiders coach Jon Gruden usually doesn’t single out a player’s toughness in team meetings. He made an exception Wednesday.
The Raiders have seen less of cornerback Daryl Worley lately. By playing at all, he’s shown plenty.
Best bets from Todd Dewey, Bernie Fratto, Mitch Moss and Kelly Stewart.
The betting public is all over the Chiefs on “Thursday Night Football.” Kansas City is a 3½-point home favorite over the Los Angeles Chargers in a key AFC West game.
The Raiders visit the Cincinnati Bengals at 10 a.m. Sunday. The Bengals are coming off a loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Here are five things you need to know about the Raiders’ Week 15 opponent.