Championship Sunday is here as the Packers and Buccaneers have kicked off. Super Bowl LV is just around the corner, and tonight, we’ll find out exactly which teams will be going head to head in Tampa for a shot at the Lombardi Trophy. We’ve got the Buffalo Bills in one corner, and the reigning champion Kansas City Chiefs in another over in the AFC. In the NFC, meanwhile, it’s Aaron Rodgers against Tom Brady as the Green Bay Packers are hosting the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Four teams. Two games. Both of them must-watch material.
How, exactly, can you watch both conference championships on Sunday? Don’t fret. We’ve got all the information you need right here:
How to watch NFC Championship
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How to watch AFC Championship
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SOURCE: CBS Sports