The 2020 NFL playoffs are nearing a close, with conference championship weekend now on tap.
In the first two weekends, there have been overtime games and massive upsets, setting the stage for exciting conference championships. In the AFC, Kansas City hosts the Titans, and the Packers travel to San Francisco to play for the NFC crown.
Here’s everything you need to know about the NFL conference championship games, including a full schedule with TV channels, start times and scores.
NFL playoff schedule: What games are on today?
Here’s the full schedule for the NFL’s conference championship games, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.
Sunday, Jan. 19
|Chiefs vs. Titans||3:05 p.m.||CBS|
|49ers vs. Packers||6:40 p.m.||Fox|
NFL playoff game TV channels, live stream
Here’s how to watch the conference championship games during the NFL playoffs.
Chiefs vs. Titans
(Sunday, Jan. 19 – 3:05 p.m. ET kickoff)
Not many expected the Titans to still be here. Tennessee’s road to the AFC championship went through the vaunted Patriots and the No. 1-seeded Ravens. In order to reach the Super Bowl, the Titans must take down quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
In the final game of the regular season, Kansas City secured a first-round bye. Last week, the Chiefs roared back from a 24-0 deficit to take a 51-31 win over the Texans and secure a second consecutive AFC championship berth.
The top CBS crew will be in Kansas City for the second consecutive week. Jim Nantz is the play-by-play announcer, Tony Romo offers analysis and Tracy Wolfson and Jay Feely report from the sideline.
49ers vs. Packers
(Sunday, Jan. 19 – 6:40 p.m. ET kickoff)
- National: Fox
- Green Bay: WLUK
- San Francisco: KTVU
- Stream: Fox Sports GO
San Francisco had little problem dispatching the Vikings last week, bottling up Kirk Cousins’ offense in a 27-10 win. That sets up a rematch with the Packers, who snuck past the Seahawks 28-23 in the divisional round.
In Week 12, the 49ers blew out Green Bay 37-8 in a Sunday night game, holding the Packers scoreless before halftime.
Joe Buck and Troy Aikman are in the booth for Fox, while Erin Andrews and Chris Myers offer reports from the sideline, and Mike Pereira will be on-site as the rules analyst.
Unlike in the wild-card round, CBS has multiple games this weekend. As such Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Dan Fouts (analyst) and Evan Washburn (sideline) will be calling their first game of the postseason.
Sunday, Jan. 19
|Chiefs vs. Titans|
|49ers vs. Packers|