2016 NFL Conference Championship Sunday on CBS and FOX

Four teams are left in the quest to reach Super Bowl 50, as the 2016 NFL Conference Championship Sunday has the New England Patriots visiting the Denver Broncos in the AFC Championship Game (CBS) and the Arizona Cardinals visiting the Carolina Panthers (FOX) in the NFC Championship Game. CBS coverage begins with the NFL Championship Chase special on CBS at 1pm ET, followed by The NFL Today and the Patriots at Broncos game kicking off at 3:05pm ET. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms call the game with Tracy Wolfson reporting. Following that game, FOX airs FOX NFL Sunday (6pm ET) followed by the Cardinals at Panthers game at 6:40pm ET. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman call the game with Erin Andrews reporting. The winners will play in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Feb. 7, on CBS at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.

2016 NFL Conference Championship Sunday on CBS and FOX
Sunday, Jan. 24
1pm ET: NFL Championship Chase, CBS
2pm ET: The NFL Today, CBS
3pm ET: AFC Championship: New England Patriots at Denver Broncos, CBS
6pm ET: FOX NFL Sunday, FOX
6:40pm ET: NFC Championship: Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers, FOX
9:30pm ET (approx.): FOX NFL Postgame

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