NFL Championship Games are Set in NFC and AFC

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The NFL’s Final Four is set after an exciting divisional round of the NFL playoffs. In the NFC Championship game, it will be the top seed, the Falcons, hosting the 2nd seed, the 49ers. The NFC’s title game will take place next Sunday, January 20th in Atlanta, with a 2:00 PM kickoff. The game can be seen right here on FOX 2. The 49ers reached the title game by beating the Packers 45-31 on Saturday night. The Falcons won in the final seconds on Sunday, 30-28 over the Seahawks.

In the AFC Championship game, it will be the 4th seeded Ravens playing at the number two seed, the Patriots. That game will also be played next Sunday, January 20th with a 5:30 PM kickoff in New England. The Ravens upset the top seed, the Broncos 38-35 in double overtime on Saturday. The Patriots won at home on Sunday, 41-28 over the Texans. The AFC title game is a rematch of last year’s Championship game, which was won by the Patriots.