LAS VEGAS -- The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Las Vegas Raiders, 31-13, to clinch the No. 1 seed in the AFC on Saturday. The Chiefs clinched their seventh straight AFC West title with a Week 15 win over the Houston Texans and locked in a first-round bye with Saturday's regular-season finale.
The Raiders, meanwhile, will enter the offseason with questions at the quarterback position. Jarrett Stidham went 0-2 in place of Derek Carr to close out the season, while Carr stepped away from the team. The 6-11 Raiders finish a disappointing season on the heels of last season's playoff berth.