NFL flexes Chiefs-Raiders, Titans-Jaguars to Saturday

The ultimate week of the NFL season will start Saturday with a doubleheader on the ESPN household of networks.

The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs will journey to the Las Vegas Raiders for the early recreation (4:30 p.m. ET, ESPN/ABC/ESPN+).

The Chiefs have gained 4 straight and at 13-3 are in possession of the highest seed within the AFC. If the Buffalo Payments beat the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night time (8:15 ET, ESPN/ABC/ESPN2/ESPN+), the Payments will reclaim the No. 1 seed with the flexibility to clinch it in Week 18. If the Bengals beat the Payments, the Chiefs preserve the highest seed, Cincinnati strikes to No. 2 and Buffalo No. 3 coming into Week 18.

The Jacksonville Jaguars host the Tennessee Titans with the AFC South title on the road Saturday night time (8:15 ET, ESPN/ABC/ESPN+).

A win will give the Titans their third straight division title. The Jaguars are on the lookout for their first AFC South title since 2017 and second because the division was shaped in 2002.

The remainder of the Week 18 schedule shall be introduced Monday night time.