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This is the final weekend of the NFL season with more than two games as the post season is down to the Divisional Round. Winners this weekend will be just one win away from the Super Bowl. Sunday marks the second half of the games, we have everything you need to watch those games.

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The first half of the 2016 NFL Playoffs Divisional Round is complete, with the New England Patriots defeating the Kansas City Chiefs and the Arizona Cardinals coming up with the victory against the Green Bay Packers in overtime. With half of the competitors for next week's Conference Championship games now known, we come into Sunday with two more games on the schedule.

First on the slate is the NFC, with the Seattle Seahawks at the Carolina Panthers. Can the sixth seeded Seahawks continue to win and find a way to get to their third straight NFC Championship Game, and potentially to their third straight Super Bowl? Will the top seed in the NFC, the Carolina Panthers, who only lost one game all season, come out in rhythm after the bye week they earned?

The AFC will take the spotlight with the final game for the weekend featuring the Pittsburgh Steelers visiting the Denver Broncos. This game could be the story of quarterbacks, as Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger comes into the game with an injured shoulder and Denver's Peyton Manning re-gained his starting position at halftime of Week 17 after missing several weeks with a foot injury. Which quarterback will be able to find rhythm and take full control of their offense?

The Conference Championship games will be hosted by the top remaining seed in each conference. For the NFC Championship game, that will mean the game will be in Carolina if the Panthers win Sunday, or else it will be Cardinals. The AFC Championship game will be in Denver if the Broncos win Sunday, or it will be in New England if the Steelers come out on top.

Below, you will find everything you need to watch, stream, or listen to the games for Sunday.

Seahawks vs. Panthers

Where: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
When: Sunday, January 17, 10:05 a.m. PT
TV: FOX
Announcers: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman
Radio: Seahawks Radio NetworkPanthers Radio Network
Online Streaming: FOXSportsGo
Odds: The line opened at Panthers -1.5, but quickly moved up to a field goal. It currently sits between 2.5- and 3-points, according to sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.
Seahawks blogField Gulls
Panthers blogCat Scratch Reader

Steelers vs. Broncos

Where: Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver
When: Sunday, January 17, 1:40 p.m. PT
TV: CBS
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms
Radio: Steelers Radio NetworkBroncos Radio Network
Online Streaming: CBS Sports
Odds: The line opened at Broncos -2.5, and Steelers injury news has led to it moving to 6.5-points at some sportsbooks. A lot of sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark have not provided a line due to the questions about Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger.
Steelers blogBehind The Steel Curtain
Broncos blog
Mile High Report