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NFL playoff schedule 2014: Kickoff time for 49ers-Seahawks, Patriots-Broncos

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Here's how you can watch this weekend's championship games.

Peyton Manning will look to avenge an overtime loss to the Patriots from early this year.
Peyton Manning will look to avenge an overtime loss to the Patriots from early this year.
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Only four teams remain with hopes of a Super Bowl title still alive.

Two games will decide which teams reaches the pinnacle of American sports as we know it, with both games having the makings of instant classics written all over them.

The Patriots and the Broncos feature two sure-fire Hall of Fame quarterbacks in Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. Brady and the Patriots are in their third consecutive AFC Championship, with Manning reaching his first as a member of the Denver Broncos. The Broncos will look to avenge an overtime loss suffered to New England earlier this year.

The Seahawks and 49ers will face off in an ever-important rubber match to not only decide the season series, but to decide which team represents the NFC in the Super Bowl. Defense will be a strong theme in this game.

Sunday figures to be a fun day. Here is the scheduling information so you won't be sure to miss a minute.

(2) New England Patriots vs. (1) Denver Broncos

Date: January 19
Game time: 3 p.m. ET
TV channel: CBS
Location: Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver
Online streaming: CBS Sports
SB Nation blogs: Pats Pulpit and Mile High Report


Date: January 19
Game time: 6:30 p.m. ET
TV channel: FOX
Location: Century Link Field in Seattle
Online streaming: FOX Sports
SB Nation blogs: Niners Nation and Field Gulls