Kansas City Chiefs – Jacksonville Jaguars: Start time, where to watch on TV or live stream

For the sixth season in a row, the AFC Championship game will feature either the Kansas City Chiefs or the Jacksonville Jaguars, since these two franchises will meet this Saturday in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs.

This game will be a rematch from their Week 10 matchup, but it’ll be the first time they meet in a playoff game.

Chiefs – Jaguars start time and where to watch on TV or live stream

The Chiefs vs Jaguars game will kick-off the Divisional Round matchups this weekend.

The initial whistle is set for 4:30 p.m. ET at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. The game will be broadcasted in the United States by NBC and their local stations around the country. Mike Tirico and Chris Collinsworth will be the play-by-play man and analyst respectively in the booth, while Melissa Stark will be reporting from the sidelines.

The coverage will start at 3:00 p.m. ET with “Football Night in America” on NBC, previewing all the games to be played this weekend.

Those who rather live stream the game will be able to do so through NBC’s Peacock app, as well as the NFL+ and NFL Game Pass International.

Andy Reid and Doug Pederson know each other very well

Doug Pederson and Andy Reid have a long history, as the Jaguars head coach is formerly an assistant coach in Reid’s staff as an offensive coordinator.

Pederson is looking to become the first head coach that wins the Super Bowl with two different franchises, after guiding the Philadelphia Eagles to their first a couple of years ago.

This last stat has many thinking that Pederson managed to do what Andy Reid never could with the Eagles, win a Vince Lombardi.