Live from M&T Bank Stadium, the Baltimore Ravens host the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game!
After another classic playoff battle with Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs return to the AFC title game. It’s Andy Reid and company. sixth in a row conference championship game, with Kansas City winning three of five. It’s also worth noting that the last two AFC Championships (against the Cincinnati Bengals) were decided by three points, with last week’s victory also going by three points (27-24).
If the Chiefs want to repeat, they’ll have to go through Lamar Jackson and the Ravens. Baltimore picked up a victory against the Houston Texans last week as John Harbaugh’s team returns to its first conference title game since the Super Bowl-winning 2012-13 season.
Who’s going to the Super Bowl? We’re about to find out. Here’s how to watch the AFC title game live on CBS.
Chiefs vs Ravens: Start Time/Channel Info:
The AFC Championship Game begins today (January 28) at 3 p.m. ET on CBS and Paramount+.
How to find a live stream of a Chiefs-Ravens game:
If you have a valid cable connection, you can watch the AFC Championship game on CBS, CBS.com or the CBS app. You can also watch Ravens/Chiefs live via Paramount+ with Showtime and ($11.99/month) and Paramount+ Essential ($5.99/month).
Paramount+ and Amazon offer free trials for new subscribers.
Where to watch Chiefs vs Ravens live online:
Finally, you can stream NFL playoff games broadcast on CBS with an active subscription to Sling TV, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, DirecTV Stream, NFL+ or YouTube TV. FuboTV and YouTube TV offer free trials for new subscribers.
When is the Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl takes place on Sunday, February 11 at 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS and Paramount+.
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