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Divisional Playoff Sunday: Where to Watch and Listen

Two games down, two more to go. The “Road to MetLife Stadium” continues…………

Who is going to take the next step towards the Super Bowl at MetLife stadium?

In game one, Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Two very similar teams taking each other on, with kickoff slated for 1:05 PM. This one should be a good one. Here is where to catch it:


The game can be seen on Fox around the country. Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, and Pam Oliver will have the action.


Westwood One will be bringing the nation the broadcast. In our local area it will be on WFAN, 660 AM, or 101.9 FM. Check your local listings.

For satellite radio subscribers, the national broadcast will be on Sirius channel 88 or internet channel 88. The 49ers’ broadcast will on Sirius channel 92, or internet channel 827. The Panthers’ broadcast will be on Sirius channel 86, or internet channel 804.

In game two, Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers head to Denver to take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. This is an interesting one, as the Chargers were the only team to beat the Broncos at home this year. Kickoff is set for 4:40 PM. Here is where to catch it.


The game will be seen on CBS nationally. Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, and Tracy Wolfson will bring us all of the action.


The national broadcast will be heard on the same channels as noted above for the early game. For Sirius subscribers, you can listen to the Chargers’ broadcast on channel 92 or internet channel 825. The Broncos’ broadcast will be on channel 86 or internet channel 809.

Enjoy the games.

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