2016 NFL Postseason:AFC / NFC Conference ChampionshipsJanuary 19, 2016 by Marc Jerbs

On Sunday, the last four remaining NFL teams will meet the championship game in their respective conferences. The two conference champions will secure a spot at Super Bowl 50 which be played at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, FL on February 7.

The first game will feature the AFC Conference Championship between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos. Kick off is set at 3:05PM ET. The Denver Broncos will host this game at the Sports Authority Field. Two iconic quarterbacks will once again meet for supremacy in the AFC. This could be the final Tom Brady versus Peyton Manning show that every NFL fans want to see and experience.

The NFC Conference Championship will follow soon at 6:40PM ET. This match will pit the Arizona Cardinals against the Carolina Panthers. Another QB battle looms as two former Heisman trophy winner Carson Palmer and Cam Newton go head-to-head.

The sportsbooks handicappers have installed the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers as 3-point favorites to win in their respective Conference Championships on Sunday.