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NFL Playoff Schedule 2012: Championship Round - Game Times, TV Broadcast Info, Announcers & More

The NFL postseason is nearly at an end. On Sunday, January 22, the world will find out which two teams will advance to the Super Bowl.

This weekend will be the final round of the 2012 NFL playoffs before the Super Bowl. The AFC and NFC Championship Games will be held on Sunday, with two teams moving on to the biggest sporting event in America, while the two losing teams will head home to begin their offseason.

We have all of your viewing and listening information for Sunday right here in one convenient location.

The AFC Championship game will pit the Baltimore Ravens against the hometown New England Patriots. New England quarterback Tom Brady is banged up but is looking to cap off another amazing offensive season with a run at yet another Super Bowl ring. Ray Lewis is searching for his second Super Bowl championship, as he will lead the punishing defense of the Ravens as they try to deliver the knockout blow.

Time: Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 PM PT/ 3:00 PM ET at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts.

TV: The game will be televised on CBS and on NFL Red Zone. Your announcers for the game are Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Steve Tasker.

Radio: If you have satellite radio, you can listen to the game on Sirius 86.

Betting Line: The Patriots are currently favored at anywhere from 7 to 9 points, according to our friends over at OddsShark. The over/under is 50 to 50.5 points.

Next up is the NFC Championship Game, which renews one of the most storied rivalries in football. The San Francisco 49ers will host the New York Giants, which will be the eighth postseason meeting between the two teams. It's expected to be a close and hard-fought game which will be one of the hardest in the entire postseason to call.

Time: The game will begin at 3:30 PM PT/ 6:30 PM ET from Candlestick Park in San Francisco.

TV: The game will be televised on FOX and on the NFL Red Zone channel. Your announcers will be Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver and Chris Myers.

Radio: If you have satellite radio, you can listen to the game on Sirius 86.

Betting Line: The 49ers are the slimmest of favorites here, favored at 1.5 to 3 points over the visitors. The over/under is between 41.5 and 42.5.

For in-depth analysis and information leading into this weekend's games check out the following SB Nation NFL blogs: Big Blue View (New York Giants), Niners Nation (San Francisco 49ers),Baltimore Beatdown (Baltimore Ravens) and Pats Pulpit (New England Patriots).