NFC Championship Game

AFC Championship Game : Patriots vs Chiefs: How to watch, game time, TV schedule, channels, radio, live online streaming, betting odds,Championship weekend is upon us: on Sunday, the New England Patriots will visit the Kansas City Chiefs for the right to got to the Super Bowl — and the game projects to be a highly entertaining affair.

NFC Championship Game live

After all, the two teams played tremendous football when they met in week six and also blew out their opposition in the divisional round. Furthermore, both teams are as close to full strength as can be expected at this point in the season.The AFC Championship is the second of two conference title games on Sunday, and it features the top-seeded Kansas City Chiefs playing host to the second-seeded New England Patriots to determine who will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. The game is set for 6:40 p.m. ET and will be broadcast by CBS (live streaming via FuboTV, CBS All-Access).

When these two teams met in the regular season, it was as close as it can get. A total of 30 points were scored in the fourth quarter alone, but the Patriots made out with a 43-40 victory, despite four touchdowns from Patrick Mahomes. Tom Brady only tossed one touchdown, but didn’t throw an interception while Mahomes was picked off twice.

It was a very evenly-matched game, but New England’s superior defense made just enough stops (it wasn’t a great day for them by any means) to let the Patriots sneak through with a win.

Both teams had bye weeks in the wild card round of the playoffs, and both teams made it through their divisional round games much easier than their NFC counterparts (the Rams and Saints) were able to do. While those NFC games were close, the Patriots walked through the Chargers, winning 41-28, and the Chiefs made short work of Andrew Luck and the Colts, winning 31-13.