The NFL playoffs continue on Sunday on KREI and KJFF as the AFC and NFC champions will be decided.
The AFC is up first at 2:05 as the Kansas City Chiefs are hosting the Tennessee Titans. The defense of the Titans and the running of Derrick Henry posed a problem for both the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens, the two teams that the Titans beat to get here.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes expects more of the same from the Titans.
Titans head coach Mike Vrabel is complimentary of the Kansas City defense and offense as well.
The Chiefs and Titans will kick-off at 2:05.
When that is done, the NFC Championship game will take place with a start time of 5:40. It’s the NFC 1-seed San Francisco 49ers hosting the 2-seed Green Bay Packers. The 49ers got off to a hot start against the Packers earlier this year when the two played November 24th, blowing them out 37-8.
Head Coach Kyle Shanahan says that getting off to another fast start isn’t necessarily crucial to beating the Packers again.
In the loss for Green Bay, the Packers struggled to sustain drives, something Packers head coach Matt LaFleur says needs to improve.
The Packers and 49ers are expected to kick-off at 5:40. Coverage of both the AFC and NFC Championships will begin at 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon on AM 800 KREI and AM 1400 KJFF. Keep in mind that Sunday, February 2nd, both stations will air the Super Bowl, which will be Super Bowl LIV.