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NFL Playoff Games on TV Today (Sunday, Feb. 13)

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Super Bowl LVI has finally arrived

The end of the NFL season has finally arrived as Super Bowl LVI becomes the latest ever held, with the 17th regular-season game pushing the Big Game back to Sunday, Jan. 16.

This matchup between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals is one few would have picked at the start of the season. The Rams went all in and were Athlon's consensus pick to win the NFC. But the Bengals were our pick to be last in the AFC North.

How quickly things can change with a franchise quarterback.

Related: 5 Reasons Why the Los Angeles Rams Will Win Super Bowl LVI

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Yes, this game will be all about the quarterbacks, with Cincinnati's Joe Burrow turning his franchise around from being the No. 1 pick to the Super Bowl two years later. And Matthew Stafford, who had never previously won a playoff game, has the Rams knocking on the door of title in his first year in Tinseltown.

Of course, there are plenty of other stars in this game, including seven 2022 Pro Bowlers, from Offensive Rookie of the Year Ja'Marr Chase to three-time Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald. Not to mention all the under-the-radar players who could become the next David Tyree.

Related: 5 Reasons Why the Cincinnati Bengals Will Win Super Bowl LVI

So if you're wondering "What NFL games are on today?" know this: There is one scheduled for today, Sunday, Feb. 13.

NFL Games on TV Today

Super Bowl LVI: Los Angeles Rams vs. Cincinnati, 6:30 p.m. ET on NBC

Playing at home by happenstance, the Rams are four-point favorites, and there are several key matchups to watch that could tilt the game towards LA. When an unstoppable force meets a moveable object, can the Bengals' offensive line slow down the Rams' fearsome pass rush? Will Jalen Ramsey shadow Chase to take away Burrow's favorite weapon? And between two quarterbacks who combined for 31 interceptions during the regular season, can either one avoid making a crucial mistake?