AFC Championship Game
When is it?
The 2020 AFC Championship Game will be held on Sunday, January 19. The game will kick off at approximately 6:30 PM EST and will be televised on CBS.
What Teams Are Playing?
The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game. The Chiefs are the reigning champs, having won the title last year and returned to the playoffs as the No. 2 seed. The Titans are the surprise of the season, having pulled off an upset in the wild card round and taken down the top-seeded Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round. This is sure to be an exciting matchup between two very different teams.
What’s at Stake?
The winner of this game will secure a spot in Super Bowl LIV, where they will compete against either the San Francisco 49ers or the Green Bay Packers. This is the biggest stage in all of football and the winner will have the chance to become champions of the NFL.
What Else Should I Know?
The Chiefs-Titans matchup will be the first time in history that two former Heisman Trophy winners have competed against each other in an AFC Championship Game. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Titans running back Derrick Henry both won the prestigious award in college and are sure to put on a show on Sunday night.
Additionally, this is the first championship game in the NFL’s 100th season, which makes the stakes even higher. Both teams are hungry for a victory and this promises to be an exciting conclusion to the 2019-2020 NFL season.
Where Can I Watch it?
The game will be televised on CBS beginning at 6:30 PM EST. If you are unable to watch on television, you can also stream the game online through NFL.com, Verizon’s NFL Mobile app, the Yahoo Sports App, and the NFL app for Xbox One.
No matter how you decide to watch, you won’t want to miss this exciting AFC Championship showdown. It’s sure to be a game to remember!