Many people may be quick to anoint the Kansas City Chiefs as the AFC's representative in Super Bowl LVI, but remember that Cincinnati edged Kansas City when these two high-octane offenses faced off in Week 17. Yes, the Chiefs have dominated the AFC ever since Patrick Mahomes' sudden rise to stardom, securing an NFL record fourth straight AFC Championship Game appearance with Sunday night's thrilling overtime win over the Bills. But who's to say the upstart Bengals, fresh off an upset of the No. 1-seeded Titans in Tennessee, can't steal the spotlight on Championship Sunday with another big-play outing from Joe Burrow?
How can you watch it? We're so glad you asked. Here's everything you need to know:
How to live stream the AFC Championship
The Bengals' showdown with the Chiefs, which kicks off at 3 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 30, will be streamed live on Paramount+, which you can access right here.
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How to watch the AFC Championship on TV
You can also catch Sunday's conference-championship showdown on CBS.