NFL Conference Championship Games: Time, Dates, How to Watch Eagles vs 49ers

Jalen Hurts #1, Jason Kelce #55, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Jalen Hurts #1, Jason Kelce #55, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

From 32 NFL teams to four, the Philadelphia Eagles have arrived at pro football’s version of March Madness’s Final Four. They host the San Francisco 49ers in one of two scheduled NFL Conference Championship Games. The winner of the NFC’s clash will face the winner of the AFC Title Game, one featuring a rematch of the same two teams that competed last season.

The stakes are the same for the Kansas City Chiefs and the Cincinnati Bengals as they are for the Birds and Niners. The remaining team that can win two straight from here on out will hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

The hype is almost at its end (as if we needed any). Stages are set. Here are your guides to the game.

NFL Conference Championship Games Schedule: How to watch NFL Playoffs this weekend

First up is the NFC Championship Game on your local FOX affiliate. For many, this is the matchup that they have expected to see for the last month or so.

Saturday, January 21st

FOX, FOX Deportes, NFL+. Eagles -2.5. 54. 3 PM EST. 15-4. 42. Sunday, January 29th 2023. 15-3

The Eagles and 49ers have met on the field 35 times to play a football game. The Niners lead the all-time series by a 20-14-1 margin. San Francisco has also taken three of the last five including the most recent meeting (Week 2 of the 2021 season). This after losing five straight versus Philly.

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56. CBS, Paramount+, NFL+. Bengals -1. 6:30 PM EST. 14-4. 15-3. 124. Sunday, January 29th 2023

The Chiefs host the surging Bengals in the AFC Championship Game for the second consecutive season. Can former Eagles head coach Andy Reid lead his team to victory? We won’t have to wait much longer for our answer. Watch on CBS, Paramount+, or NFL+. Both games should be wildly entertaining.

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