NFL Conference Championships
The Super Bowl game is getting closer day by day as we’re now down to four remaining teams, all of them realistic candidates to win the trophy. The Conference Championship awaits this weekend, and we can look forward to two fantastic games between the four best teams. Make sure to follow the games live on Sunday, either on TV or livestream. Find the right channel or streaming service by using the NFL TV-schedule on Livesportsontv.com.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Green Bay Packers
Sunday 3.05pm ET, Lambeau Field
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the Green Bay Packers and the league’s most impressive offensive. This game will be something extra. Starting with the Buccaneers, they go into Sunday’s game after an impressive row of games. Six wins out of six games is strong, and also to do so in a decisive period of the season like this is. Tom Brady is now only four quarters away from adding another Super Bowl game to his name which would be his 10th ever. He will however face a tough task when his side fight the Packers on Sunday. The Green Bay Packers had the highest-scoring offensive during the regular season and haven’t shown any signs of slowing down in the Playoffs. It’s going to be an eventful game this, where both teams have their strengths in the offensive play. The Packers are favorites and should be the better of the two teams if they’re playing like we’re used to.
Buffalo Bills @ Kansas City Chiefs
Sunday 6.40pm ET, Arrowhead Stadium
What a season the Kansas City Chiefs are having. After impressing through the whole regular season they’re now only one game away from the Super Bowl game. Between them and a potential second consecutive Super Bowl trophy stands the Buffalo Bills. Sunday’s game between the two sides will be one to keep an eye on. The Bills and the Chiefs are two of the most in-form teams in the NFL. The Bills lost their only game this season in game week 6 and haven’t been defeated since then. Similar, the Chiefs haven’t lost more than once this season. A loss that came in game week 17 when most of the Chiefs key players were rested. If we were to pick a winner here it has to be the Chiefs. Looking at what they’ve done this season so far and how they’ve managed to keep their game at a high level throughout the regular season, nothing seems to stop them. Follow the action from Arrowhead Stadium live on CBS and CBS All Access.
Watch the NFL Conference Championship on TV or stream
It has been a different season in many ways but nonetheless are the expectations higher than ever as we've reached this season’s Conference Championship. Only the best teams are left to fight for the Super Bowl trophy and with two games on Sunday it’s time to find out where to follow the games live on TV or stream.
The Buccaneers meeting with the Green Bay Packers will be broadcast on Fox and Fox Sports Go. The game starts at 3.05pm ET so make sure you’re ready in front of the screen by then. After the first Conference Championship game is played it’s time for the Buffalo Bills to try and take on the Chiefs. Watch the game live on CBS and CBS All Access at 6.40pm ET. Use Livesportsontv.com and the NFL TV-schedule if you’ve struggle remembering when and where the games will be shown. The TV-schedule is updated continuously in order to cover any late changes and to guarantee correct information for all NFL fans.
Author: Dan Anderson