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Chiefs vs. Ravens live score, updates, highlights from 2024 AFC championship game | Sporting News

The NFL playoffs are an exciting time but also signal the end of the season. Good thing there are still a few games left.

For the sixth straight year, the Chiefs have made it to the AFC championship game. They’ve never had to play one on the road, though. Baltimore gets a chance at cracking the defending champs with its first championship appearance since the 2012 season and its first conference title game at home.

Of course, the Chiefs are still the Chiefs, and they’ve made it to three of the past four Super Bowls. Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce are one of the best duos in the league, and they have a little bit of luck, or “Karma,” on they’re side. Kansas City narrowly beat the Bills in Mahomes’s first road playoff game, and the Ravens trounced the Texans in the divisional round.

It’s hard to not see it as the Ravens’ year. They finished the regular season with the best NFL record (13-4), earned a No. 1 seed, have a Harbaugh as head coach, and Lamar Jackson is the front-runner for his second NFL MVP award. Plus, the NFL script has their name down in a Super Bowl matchup.

Before you know it, we’ll have our 2024 Super Bowl teams named. Will it include the Chiefs or the Ravens?

The Sporting News is tracking the Chiefs vs. Ravens game, including live updates, results, and highlights from the 2024 AFC championship.

MORE: Watch Chiefs vs. Ravens live with Paramount+ (free trial)

Chiefs vs. Ravens score

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Chiefs vs. Ravens live updates, results, highlights from 2024 AFC championship

(All times Eastern)

11:00 a.m. — Rain remains in the forecast for Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium, ranging from an 18% chance of rain for the 3 p.m. ET kickoff to a 54% chance of rain around the final whistle, per The Weather Channel.

10:21 a.m. — Chiefs wide receiver Deebo Samuel “is not limited” by his shoulder injury and should be “his normal self” against the Ravens, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported.

Chiefs vs. Ravens start time

  • Date: Sunday, January 28
  • Time: 3 p.m. ET

Conference championship weekend kicks off with the Chiefs-Ravens on Sunday, January 28. The game begins at 3 p.m. ET live from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.

What channel is Chiefs vs. Ravens on today?

  • TV channel: CBS (U.S.) | TSN 1/3/5, CTV (Canada)
  • Live stream: Paramount+ (U.S.) | DAZN (Canada)

The AFC championship game between the Chiefs and Ravens will be broadcast on CBS. Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (color analyst), and Tracy Wolfson. (sideline reporter) will be on the call.

Cord-cutters can stream the game on Paramount+, which offers a free trial.

Canadian football fans can find the game broadcast on TSN 1/3/5 or CTV. It’s available for streaming through DAZN, which carries every NFL game.

NFL playoff schedule 2024

Below is the complete schedule for the 2024 NFL postseason.

Wild-card round

Saturday, Jan. 13

Results Time (ET) TV channel Live stream
Texans 45, Browns 14 4:30 p.m. NBC Peacock
Chiefs 26, Dolphins 7 8:15 p.m. Peacock Peacock

Sunday, Jan. 14

Results Time (ET) TV channel Live stream
Packers 48, Cowboys 32 4:30 p.m. Fox
Lions 24, Rams 23 8:15 p.m. NBC Peacock

Monday, Jan. 15

Results Time (ET) TV channel Live stream
Bills 31, Steelers 17 1 p.m. CBS  
Buccaneers 32, Eagles 9 8 p.m. ABC, ESPN ESPN+

Divisional round

Saturday, Jan. 20

Matchup Time (ET) TV channel Live stream
Ravens 34, Texans 10 4:30 p.m. ABC, ESPN ESPN+
49ers 24, Packers 21 8 p.m. Fox

Sunday, Jan. 21

Matchup Time (ET) TV channel Live stream
Lions 31, Buccaneers 23 3 p.m. NBC Peacock
Chiefs 27, Bills 24 6:30 p.m. CBS Paramount+

Conference championships

Sunday, Jan. 28

Matchup Time (ET) TV channel Live stream
AFC championship game: Chiefs at Ravens 3 p.m. CBS Paramount+
NFC championship game: Lions at 49ers 6:30 p.m. Fox

Super Bowl 58

Sunday, Feb. 11

Matchup Time (ET) TV Live stream
Super Bowl 58 6:30 p.m. CBS Paramount+

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