The matchup for Super Bowl 50 will be determined this Sunday. The AFC Championship will kick off at 3:05 p.m. ET as Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos take on Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
You can also stream the game for free on a variety of devices. Here's how:
Streaming on PC, tablets and set-top boxes
CBS will live-stream the game on its website and through the CBS Sports app. The stream will be available for free to everyone, even those who don't subscribe to cable. The network will also stream the Super Bowl on February 7 for free.
PC and tablet (Android, iPad and Windows) owners can access the stream at CBSSports.com. The game will also be available in the CBS Sports app on Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, Windows 10, and iPad and Android tablets.
CBS postseason games will also be available on the NFL on Xbox One app.
Streaming on your smartphone
Live streaming on mobile devices is only available for Verizon Wireless customers through the NFL Mobile app. While streaming the game is free, it will likely eat up a good chunk of your data. It's recommended that you access the stream when connected to a Wi-Fi network, although it's not a requirement.
NFL fans who live overseas can stream all postseason games live or on-demand with NFL Game Pass. The service costs $100 for a full year of access, but it's not worth it to subscribe if you haven't done so already. You can, however, sign up for a free 7-day trial to view the games this weekend.