The Baltimore Ravens are heading to the AFC Championship Game for the first time since 2013. It'll be the first time the Ravens have hosted the title game and we know that M&T Bank Stadium will be popping.
The opponent is set for the Ravens, and it'll be the Kansas City Chiefs coming to town for what should be an unforgettable AFC Championship Game. The Ravens shut out the red-hot Texans in their divisional round match-up while their offense scored three touchdowns in the second half.
The Chiefs defense has been pretty good this season but they struggled throughout most of their divisional round match-up against the Bills. They did make key stops when they needed to the most though.
With such a huge game on tap, who is on the call for Sunday's AFC Championship Game?
Ravens vs. Chiefs announcers for AFC Championship Game
For the first time this postseason, Ravens fans will get to hear Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson calling their game. Nantz will handle the play-by-play, Romo will be the color commentary, and Wolfson is on the sidelines.
This is the crew that calls the AFC Championship Game every year so this isn't a surprise but it'll be the first time that Ravens fans have heard this squad call one of their playoff games.