The NFL 2020 postseason is now halfway, but don’t worry, because the second half of the playoffs will likely be even more exciting than the first. None of the four remaining teams played in the Super Bowl last year and only one of those teams – the Chiefs of Kansas City – was featured on last year’s championship weekend. Regardless, we will have fresh blood in the quarterback position – representing the AFC – for the first time since 2003.
The Chiefs’ narrative – overcoming a second-quarter deficit of 24 points in the divisional round just to get over the Texans by a margin of 44 points in the rest of the game – is strong. Not the best narrative for this weekend’s list of games. That belongs to their opponent: the Tennessee Titans with the sixth seed. I’m the only team still alive since the Wild-Card weekend.
In NFC, it’s a classic battle between two of the NFL’s most popular franchises: the Green Bay Packers and San Francisco 49ers.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2020 conference league games and everything we know about Super Bowl LIV.
How to watch the AFC championship: Titans at Chiefs
Date: Sunday 19 January 2020
Time: 3:05 PM ET
Where is it: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
Chance: Chiefs -7.5, according to SportsLine
Stream: CBSSports.com, CBS Sports App and CBS All Access
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How to watch the NFC championship: Packers at 49ers
Date: Sunday 19 January 2020
Time: 6:40 PM ET
Where is it: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara
Chance: 49ers -7.5, according to SportsLine
Stream: fuboTV (Try it for free)
How to watch Super Bowl LIV
Date: February 2, 2020
Time: 18:30 ET
Where is it: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
Who will sing the national anthem?
The singer of the national anthem has yet to be announced.
Who will perform half-time?
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will star in the half-time show of Super Bowl LIV in Miami.
“Ever since I saw Diana Ross fly away in the sky at the Halftime Show, I have dreamed of performing at the Super Bowl,” Lopez said in a statement. “And now it’s made even more special not only because it’s the 100th anniversary of the NFL, but also because I’m performing with a Latin colleague. I can’t wait to show what we girls can do on the biggest stage in the world.”
“America the Beautiful ”
The singer of “America the Beautiful” has yet to be announced.
NFL playoff schedule
Saturday 11 January
Vikings 10, 49er 27
Titans 28, Crows 12
Sunday 12 January
Texans 31, Chapters 51
Seahawks 23, Packers 28
Saturday 4th January
Bills 19, Texans 22 (OT)
Titans 20, Patriots 13
Sunday 5 January
Vikings 26, Saints 20 (OT)
Seahawks 17, Eagles 9