The NFL Playoffs concluded the Divisional round this evening, with the postseason tournament now down to the final four teams standing. With the Denver beating the San Diego and the San Francisco coming out victorious in their cross-country meeting with the Carolina , the respective Conference Championship games are now set.
The AFC Championship Game will be first next Sunday, kicking off at 3pm ET. The game will be televised on CBS, and will feature the top-seeded Denver Broncos hosting the second seeded New England Patriots, who beat the Indianapolis Colts yesterday.
The NFC Championship Game will follow, with kick off slated for 6:30pm ET on Fox. The number one seed Seattle Seahawks will host their NFC West rivals, the fifth seeded San Francisco 49ers. Seattle beat the New Orleans Saints yesterday to advance to the final four round in the tournament.
The winners of each of next Sunday's games will then face off in Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2. That game will be held in MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, with a 6:30pm ET kickoff. Television coverage for the Super Bowl will be on Fox.
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