What are the kickoff times for the Packers vs. Seahawks, and Colts vs. Patriots 2015 NFC and AFC Championship games on Sunday, January 18? The games will be broadcast on FOX and CBS, with live streaming online and mobile apps available for both games. Listen to both games on Sirius XM radio on Channel 88.
— FOX Sports NFL (@NFLonFOX) January 12, 2015
NFL fans are anxious to cheer on their favorite team and find out who is headed to Super Bowl XLIX, with game day parties being planned for those who don’t have tickets to Sunday’s games. Find all the information you need to watch both games on TV, online, or through free mobile apps. Follow the teams on Twitter (links below) to get up-to-the-minute stats, player info, and commentary.
NFC Championship: Packers @ Seahawks. This game is gonna be EPIC! pic.twitter.com/y1pAVW1K9A
— Seahawks Pictures (@seahawkspics) January 14, 2015
The first game of the day on Sunday is between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Washington on Sunday. The NFC Championship game kickoff time is 3:05 p.m. ET and the game will be broadcast live on your local FOX TV channel. Follow Green Bay (@Packers) and Seattle (@Seahawks) on Twitter.
To watch the Packers-Seahawks game live online, download the free FOX Sports Go app and watch the entire game on your computer, iPad, Android tablet, Kindle Fire, Fire TV Stick, and select Microsoft Windows product. According to Multichannel, NFL games are not available on mobile phones due to league restrictions. Fans who want to use the FOX Sports Go app must have a pay-TV subscription with AT&T U-Verse, Comcast XFinity, Cox, Century Link, Time Warner Cable, or one 25 other cable providers.
Since Andrew Luck has started in the NFL the Patriots are 3-0 against the Colts with a combined score of 144-66 pic.twitter.com/7mW6chyRwc
— Santa Belichick (@SantaBelichick) January 14, 2015
The second game on Sunday is between the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots. The AFC Championship game kickoff time is 6:40 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on your local CBS television channel. Follow Indianapolis (@Colts) and the Patriots (@Patriots) on Twitter.
Not near a television? Watch the game live streaming online on your computer, tablet, or smartphone using CBS All Access. This service is $5.99 per week, but you can score a free seven-day trial here. The game will also be available on the NFL Mobile app for Verizon customers with the “More Everything” plan.
Who will play in Super Bowl XLIX on February 1? OddsShark predicts that the Seahawks will win the NFC Championship [Green Bay 31.9, Seattle 35.9] and the Patriots will win the AFC Championship [New England 36.8, Indianapolis 29.5].
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