Chefs Watch welcomes Raiders to town

Micky Pain

We take a look at the AM slate of games in Week 6. It features the Chiefs and Raiders, and the Rams and Texans, among others. We take a look at those games, and open a thread for discussion.

Our 49ers are kicking off at 1:25 p.m., but in the meantime, we've got plenty of interesting football to check out during the morning slate of games. We'll be back with inactives around 12 p.m., and our first quarter game thread around 1:10 p.m., give or take.

Chefs Watch continues to roll along as the Kansas City Chiefs host the Oakland Raiders looking to improve to 6-0. What's kind of crazy about this is the Raiders have actually won seven straight games at Arrowhead Stadium. I'm not sure what explains it, but the Raiders have owned KC in KC. That has covered the occasional decent Chiefs team, so this game is certainly no gimme. It will be interesting to see how much Terrelle Pryor gives the Chiefs.

The NFC West has one AM game, with the St. Louis Rams traveling to face the Houston Texans. The Rams are 2-3, and still hanging around the divisional race. They face a tough matchup at Houston, but the real question is whether or not Matt Schaub will extend his record streak of games throwing a pick-six.

The rest of the schedule should provide plenty of entertainment. Here is the full AM schedule:

Bengals @ Bills
Lions @ Browns
Raiders @ Chiefs
Panthers @ Vikings
Steelers @ Jets
Eagles @ Buccaneers
Packers @ Ravens
Rams @ Texans

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