Kickoff Time Colts Vs. Patriots AFC Championship: CBS TV, Live Stream, NFL Mobile Apps
What is kickoff time for the Colts vs Patriots game on January 18, and how can you watch Sunday’s 2015 AFC Championship game live streaming online? CBS will televise the game live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, but there are several options for watching the game online or on your mobile device if you won’t be near your television at game time.
Might wanna get your popcorn ready… pic.twitter.com/HpjVlktSDU
— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) January 12, 2015
Indianapolis Colts and New England Patriots fans are anxious to cheer their favorite team on to Super Bowl XLIX, so get the buffalo wings and beer ready for the big game. CBS Sports reports that kickoff time is 6:40 p.m. on Sunday.
The Colts-Patriots game will be televised live on your local CBS television channel. Watch the game live streaming online on CBS All Access in many major cities. The service fee is $5.99 per month, but CBS is offering viewers a free seven-day trial here. If you subscribe to Sirius XM radio, listen to the entire game on Channel 88.
Catch all the game day action on-the-go by using Verizon’s NFL Mobile app on your smartphone or tablet. Please note, you must be a Verizon customer with the “More Everything” plan to use this service. If you don’t have it, keep in mind that it may come in handy on February 1 — Verizon will be live streaming Super Bowl 2015 on the NFL Mobile app.
Cool photo/audio feature on http://t.co/sSxtUjDPFv: Play by Pics game recap: http://t.co/LR9xD7N6To pic.twitter.com/I8krRPvyLW
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) January 14, 2015
Miss the 2015 AFC Championship game? NFL Game Rewind has a seven-day free trial that includes full game replays of every NFL game, including Playoffs and Super Bowl XLIX. Pay $39.99 if you want to keep the service.
Twitter is a must-have during the Colts-Patriots game. Get updates, stats, and info on the players by following the NFL, the New England Patriots (@Patriots), and the Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) on Twitter. Search the following hashtags to find some of the craziest comments from the fans and updates on the game: #PatriotsNation, #ColtsNations, #AFCChampionship, and #NFL.
MUST-SEE #ColtsNation: Post-game locker room pictures from #INDvsDEN. GALLERY: http://t.co/pXrLBrDqw4 pic.twitter.com/6uww4aQ8rb
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) January 14, 2015
Who will be heading to the Super Bowl — the Colts or the Patriots? Bovada states that the Patriots are a seven-point favorite at home, with OddShark predicting a final score of New England 36.8, Indianapolis 29.5.