NFL moves start time for Chiefs-Broncos game at Arrowhead
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -
The Chiefs-Broncos game at Arrowhead Stadium will now start at 3:25 p.m. Dec. 1 on KCTV5.
The NFL announced Tuesday afternoon that the game time was being slid from noon to 3:25 p.m. The Chiefs are 9-0 and the Broncos are just one game back.
The New England Patriots were scheduled to play at the Houston Texans at 3:25 p.m. That game is being moved to noon.
The NFL already moved the Chiefs game at Denver this Sunday to NBC's Sunday Night football. That game was originally a late afternoon game. CBS had tried to block NBC from getting the game, but the league and CBS worked out an arrangement for the game to be flexed.
The Dec. 1 game is almost certainly unlikely to be flexed to SNF. The league doesn't move noon games to night games. In addition, the Broncos are now slated to have six primetime games, which is the league maximum.
The Chiefs' games against the Chargers at San Diego, Raiders at Oakland and Colts at Arrowhead are other possible games that could be flexed.
For more information and the complete NFL schedule for the 12th week of the NFL, click here.
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