It's finally here -- The AFC Championship Game between the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs will take place on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 PM EST. The winner represents the AFC in Super Bowl LVIII while the loser falls just short of reaching the biggest game in sports.
The Ravens have never hosted the AFC title game but have appeared in it four times during their storied history. The last time came in the 2012 season when they beat the New England Patriots to advance to Super Bowl XLVII.
The Chiefs are obviously no strangers to this moment, having hosted the past five AFC Championship Games and appearing in three of the last four Super Bowls. The Ravens are trying to make sure Kansas City doesn't get to its fourth Super Bowl appearance in five years.
For those of you who aren't attending the game and are watching from home, here's how you can catch the AFC Championship Game.
How to watch Ravens vs. Chiefs AFC Championship Game
The game will air on CBS with Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, and Tracy Wolfson on the call.
How to stream Ravens vs. Chiefs AFC Championship Game
If you don't have cable, you can stream the game on NFL+, Paramount+, FuboTV, and YouTube TV.