Kickoff time for the Chiefs-Raiders regular season finale on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium has been moved from noon to 3:25 p.m.
Also, the game will be televised on Fox and not CBS.
The flexed start means the top two teams in the AFC West — the Broncos and Chiefs — will start at the same time. The Broncos play host to the Chargers in Denver.
Denver leads the AFC West with a 10-4 record heading into Monday night’s home game with the Bengals. If Cincinnati wins, the Chiefs and Broncos would own the same record but Kansas City would head into the final weekend as the division leader based on a tiebreaker.
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Kickoff time also was changed for Minnesota at Green Bay. That game, which will determine the NFC North winner, will start at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The loser will be a wild-card team.
Also, the Ravens at Bengals game has been moved to Fox and CBS will pick up Rams at 49ers.