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Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots live stream, TV coverage and preview

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The AFC Championship game is an old school affair this year. While there are many young gun slingers in the NFL, two of them facing off in the NFC Championship game, the AFC title game has two of the best quarterbacks of the last decade in Peyton Manning and Tom Brady playing for the chance to head to the Super Bowl. While Denver and Manning are favorites, NBC Sports reported on Jan. 18 that New England owner Robert Kraft called this Patriots team one of his favorites. Here is how fans can follow the Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots live stream of the AFC Championship game.

  • Date: Jan. 19
  • Time: 3 p.m. EST
  • TV: CBS
  • Radio: XM 88
  • Live Stream: CBSSports

Honestly, looking the the New England Patriots problems this season makes it amazing to realize they won so many games and looked so good this year. With the team losing Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski, they had to find a new identity and still found a way to win. It is credit to head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady that they are in the AFC Championship.

Meanwhile, Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos broke numerous NFL records this season, and Manning even broke Tom Brady's record for most touchdown passes and Drew Brees' record for most passing yards. Along the way, the team scored more points than any team in NFL history and have one more game to win to get Manning back to the Super Bowl.

The Denver Broncos vs. New England Patriots live stream kicks off at 3 p.m. EST.