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NFL Conference Playoff Channels, Times & How To Watch

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The NFL’s 2019 AFC and NFC Conference Championships happen today and determine who goes to to Super Bowl Super Bowl LIII.

The first game features the Los Angeles Rams visiting the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome. That game starts at 3:05 PM Eastern Time. The second game of the day brings the New England Patriots to Arrowhead Stadium to face the Kansas City Chiefs at 6:40 PM Eastern Time. Here is information on how to watch and listen to the games depending on how you plan on tuning in.

Watch

The NFC Conference Championship is hosted by FOX and can be watched on FOX (FOX HD Channels), NFL Live on Yahoo Sports, and NFL App. Internet connection (via Wi-Fi or cellular data) is required for NFL Live and the NFL App.

The AFC Conference Championship is hosted by CBS and can be watched on CBS (CBS HD Channels), NFL Live on Yahoo Sports, and the NFL App. Internet connection (via Wi-Fi or cellular data) is required for NFL Live and the NFL App.

Listen

Both games can be listened to on Westwood One Radio, NFL Game Pass, Sirius XM, and TuneIn.

Schedule

Sunday, Jan. 20, 2019

Los Angeles Rams vs. New Orleans Saints
3:05 PM ET
FOX

New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs
6:40 PM ET
CBS

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