What time does the AFC Championship game start? Game times, TV information and more for championship Sunday

AFC Championship - Chiefs vs. Titans

The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship game on Sunday, January 19. The game is scheduled to kick off at 3:05 p.m. ET and will air nationally on CBS.

Fans can also watch the game through the Panthers mobile app by clicking on the Yahoo! Watch Games Live button from the home screen.

The broadcast team features Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson and Jay Feely.

NFL Network will host a special 6-hour edition of NFL GameDay morning beginning at 9 a.m. ET and will feature former Panthers Steve Smith, Thomas Davis and Torrey Smith at various points in the show.

AFC Championship NOTES:

With a 28-12 victory over the No. 1 seed Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Divisional Playoffs, the TENNESSEE TITANS (11-7) became the sixth No. 6 seed to advance to a Conference Championship since the NFL instituted the current 12-team playoff format in 1990 and first since the GREEN BAY PACKERS and NEW YORK JETS in 2010.

With a win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, Tennessee would join the 2010 GREEN BAY PACKERS and the 2005 PITTSBURGH STEELERS as the only No. 6 seeds to appear in the Super Bowl since 1990 when the NFL instituted the current 12-team playoff format. Both the Packers and Steelers would go on to win the Super Bowl in those seasons.

The KANSAS CITY CHIEFS advanced to their second consecutive AFC Championship Game for the first time in franchise history with a 51-31 win over Houston in the Divisional Playoffs. In the victory, Kansas City became the first team to win a game by at least 20 points after trailing by at least 20 points in the same game in NFL history.

Kansas City's comeback in the Divisional Playoffs marked the second comeback of at least 16 points in the postseason this year after the HOUSTON TEXANS erased a 16-point deficit in an overtime win over Buffalo on Wild Card Weekend. This marks the second time in which there have been two comebacks of at least 16 points in a single postseason in NFL history (2002).

Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES led the comeback with 321 passing yards and five touchdowns without an interception for a 134.6 passer rating and added 53 yards on the ground, becoming the first player with at least 300 passing yards, five touchdown passes, and 50 rushing yards in a single postseason game in NFL history.