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NFL Playoff Games on TV Today (Sunday, Jan. 19)

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NFL Playoff Games on TV Today (Sunday, Jan. 19)

The road to Super Bowl LIV will reach its end with the AFC and NFC Championship Games on Sunday, Jan. 19. A pair of regular-season rematches serves as a fitting end to what has already been an exciting and equally surprising edition of the NFLplayoffs.

So if you're wondering "What NFL playoff games are on today?" know this: There are two scheduled for today, Sunday, Jan. 19.

Note: Games are ordered by start time. All times are ET.

NFL Playoff Games on TV Today

AFC Championship: Tennessee at Kansas City, 3:05 p.m. on CBS

The Titans will try to add to their impressive run with a fourth straight road win. Tennessee has already beaten the Chiefs this season, winning 35-32 in a thriller at home in Week 10. Derrick Henry was big (188 yards, 2 TDs) in that game, and he's racked up 377 rushing yards in postseason victories over the Patriots and Ravens. The Titans will try to become the first team ever to defeat each of the AFC's four division winners (beat AFC South champion Texans in Week 17) in four straight games to reach the Super Bowl. Kansas City has a chance to make up for last year's close call in the AFC title game when the Chiefs fell at home to New England in overtime. Patrick Mahomes has been pretty special in the postseason himself with eight touchdowns and no interceptions in three career games.

NFC Championship: Green Bay at San Francisco, 6:40 p.m. on FOX

These two teams met in late November in Week 12, and it was a 49ers rout. Aaron Rodgers finished with fewer than 100 net passing yards as San Francisco's defense harassed him (five sacks, fumble lost) throughout the 37-8 blowout. The 49ers dominated both sides of the ball in their 27-10 Divisional Round victory over Minnesota while the Packers got big games from Davante Adams and Aaron Jones to outlast Seattle 28-23 at home. Rodgers has an overwhelming edge when it comes to playoff experience (10-7 record) compared to his counterpart Jimmy Garoppolo (1-0), but San Francisco's signal-caller has been able to ride his running game and rely on his defense throughout this season.