NFC Championship 2014 date, time and TV channel

NFC Championship 2014 date, time and TV channel: The 2014 NFC Championship Game between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks airs Sunday, Jan. 19, at 6:30pm ET on FOX.

NFC Championship 2014 date, time and TV channel

The 2014 NFC Championship game between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks at Seattle’s CenturyLink Field airs Sunday, Jan. 19, at 6:30pm ET on FOX (following the AFC Championship Game on CBS). Joe Buck handles play-by-play with analyst Troy Aikman.

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The NFC Wild Card 49ers, led by quarterback Colin Kaepernick, reached the NFC Championship Game for the third season in a row, with a 23-20 Wild Card win over the Green Bay Packers and a 23-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in the Divisional Playoffs. The NFC West champion Seahawks, led by quarterback Russell Wilson, defeated the New Orleans Saints 23-15 in the Divisional Playoffs. The NFC West rivals split their two regular-season meetings, with the Seahawks winning 29-3 in Week 2 and the 49ers winning 19-17 in Week 14. The winner of this game represents the NFC in Super Bowl XLVIII Feb. 2 in New York/New Jersey.

NFC Championship 2014 date, time and TV channel

Photos: Colin Kapernick: Credit: Tim Wagner/ZUMAPRESS.com/Newscom; Russell Wilson: Credit: Ric Tapia/Icon SMI/Newscom

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One Response to NFC Championship 2014 date, time and TV channel

  1. Mike Brotzge says:

    What time did the fourth quarter begin in the Seahawks 49ers game 2014

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