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- The AFC and NFC conference championships are now set, with four teams still alive in the race for Super Bowl LIII.
- New England will travel to Kansas City to play the Chiefs in what will be Tom Brady and the Patriots’ eighth-straight AFC Championship appearance
- In the NFC, the Saints and Rams will face off once again in New Orleans, this time with a spot in the Super Bowl on the line.
After two weeks of exciting playoff action, just four teams remain in the race for Super Bowl LIII.
In the AFC, Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs will host the New England Patriots in the conference championship. For the Chiefs, it’s the first appearance in the AFC title game since 1993, while the Patriots will be playing in the final four for the eighth consecutive season.
Over in the NFC, the Los Angeles Rams will travel to New Orleans to take on the Saints in a matchup that pits the two most dominant teams in the conference all season against each other for the second time this year, now with a spot in the Super Bowl on the line.
Both games are rematches from exciting regular season battles, with the Patriots and Saints both coming out on top the first time around.
Here is the TV schedule for Conference Championship Sunday:
- 3:05 ET – Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (FOX)
- 6:40 ET – New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs (CBS)
After Sunday’s games, we’ll finally know what two teams will compete in Super Bowl LIII.
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