How to Watch the NFL Playoffs Conference Championship Round: Rams-Saints NFC Championship, Patriots-Chiefs AFC Championship, Schedule, Live Streams

How to Watch the NFL Playoffs Conference Championship Round: Rams-Saints NFC Championship, Patriots-Chiefs AFC Championship, Schedule, Live Streams

How to Watch the NFL Playoffs Conference Championship Round: Rams-Saints NFC Championship, Patriots-Chiefs AFC Championship, Schedule, Live Streams

The NFL is down to the final four. The four top seeds will go at it in a battle of old vs. new, legacy vs. legitimacy. Fans can tune into fuboTV to watch the entire penultimate weekend of the NFL season (well, if you exclude the Pro Bowl, of course).

Here is the NFL playoff schedule for the AFC and NFC Conference Championships, including tv channels and live streams.

Rams at Saints NFC Conference Championship

Game Date: Sunday, January 20th

Game time: 3:05 PM ET

Live stream: fuboTV (start your free trial) offers the game – and the Super Bowl – across your computer, mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.

TV Channel: FOX

Where: Mercedes-Benz Superdome – New Orleans, Louisiana

Seeds: (2) Rams at (1) Saints

Current Odds: NOLA -3   Over/Under: 56.5

An epic matchup of this season’s top teams will go down in New Orleans in LA Rams vs. New Orleans Saints, in what could be an offensive explosion or a defensive destruction. Jared Goff will strive to usurp long-time NFC legend Drew Brees while coaching vet Sean Payton will attempt to outsmart the quick mind of young Sean McVay.

Patriots at Chiefs AFC Conference Championship

Game Date: Sunday, January 20th

Game time: 6:40 PM ET

Live stream: fuboTV (start your free trial) offers the game – and the Super Bowl – across your computer, mobile devices, Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, and Amazon Fire TV.

TV Channel: CBS

Where: Arrowhead Stadium – Kansas City, Missouri

Seeds: (2) Patriots at (1) Chiefs

Current Odds: Chiefs -3   Over/Under: 56

Tom Brady’s eighth-straight AFC championship appearance will be countered by Patrick Mahomes’ first in New England Patriots vs. Kansas City Chiefs. Andy Reid will be searching for his first Super Bowl appearance since Bill Belichick sent Reid’s Eagles home empty-handed from the 2004 Super Bowl.

 

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