NFL Playoffs Day! Channels and schedules for the Divisional Round matches


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NFL Playoffs Day!  Channels and schedules for the Divisional Round matches

The Divisional Round of the Playoffs of the NFL It is red hot, and this Sunday the last 2 classified to the Conference Finals will be known. Buffalo Bills (AFC) and Green Bay Packers (NFC) wait for their rivals after beating the Baltimore Ravens and LA Rams respectively. Today the last 2 tickets to the next instance will be defined.

Chiefs-Browns

The day of the Divisional Round will begin with the debut in the Playoffs of the defending champions of the NFL, Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes will look for a new appearance in the Super Bowl after a great season, and in front they will have a Cleveland Browns who are surprise in this postseason. It will be a great game at Arrowhead Stadium, which will define Buffalo Bills’ rival for the ticket to Tampa.

Drew Brees vs Tom Brady: the most anticipated duel of the NFL Divisional Round

The first confrontation of this January 17 will start at 12:05 in Los Angeles; 14:05 from Mexico; 15:05 from Colombia; 16:05 from Miami and Venezuela; and 17:05 from Argentina and Chile. The transmission of the meeting for the United States will be through the CBS network. Both in Mexico and in South America, the game will go through the ESPN signal.

Saints-Buccaneers

The second game of the day will be nothing more and nothing less than the clash between Drew Brees and Tom Brady. New Orleans Saints and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are looking for their place in the NFC Conference Final, and they will meet this January 17 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The winner must face the Green Bay Packers for the ticket to the Super Bowl.

The duel between the quarterbacks will be the closing of the day, and will begin at 3:40 p.m. Los Angeles time; 17:40 from Mexico; 18:40 from Colombia; 7:40 pm from Miami and Venezuela; and 20:40 from Argentina and Chile. The match for the United States will be carried by the Fox Sports signal, while in Mexico it will be broadcast on Channel 5. In South America there will be no open broadcast of the match, so it will only be available through Game Pass by subscription (official broadcast of the NFL).

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