NFL Picks And Predictions Week 16: Raiders Vs. Chiefs

The Oakland Raiders travel to play the hated Kansas City Chiefs this Saturday and when they do, they'll be playing at underdogs.

The Raiders currently sit at 7-7 with two games remaining. That means the Raiders must win out in order to improve on their breakout season in 2010. While making the playoffs is certainly the primary focus of the Oakland Raiders, there should also be concern for next season. After all of the success and improvement shown by the Raiders, to finish this season with the same or worse record than last season would be devastating for the psyche of the team.

Three of the five CBSSports.com experts think the Chiefs will keep up their winning ways. Eight of the ten ESPN experts agree.

Peter King thinks the Chiefs and Romeo Crennel will find a way.

It's all about Romeo. Who doesn't love Romeo right now in Kansas City? What defensive wrinkles art thou considering to screweth up Carson Palmer, Romeo? One piece of advice you hardly need, from very far away: Get Tamba Hali on an island as much as possible, Romeo, so he can pulverize Palmer.

To discuss the Raiders, head to Silver and Black Pride. To discuss the Chiefs, head to Arrowhead Pride.

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