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2023 NFL playoff bracket for AFC & NFC Championship round

The 2023 NFL Playoffs are moving through the second weekend of play. We provide a rundown of the playoff bracket as the field is set for the AFC and NFC Championship Games

A general wide view of NFL Championship logos prior to the NFC Championship NFL football game between the Los Angeles Rams and the San Francisco 49ers at SoFi Stadium on January 30, 2022 in Inglewood, California. Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images

The 2023 NFL Playoffs is working its way through the Divisional Round and by the end of Sunday, we’ll know the final four teams headed to the conference championship round. The AFC and NFC Championship Games are scheduled for Sunday, January 29th. The winners of those two matchups will head to Glendale, Arizona to compete in Super Bowl 57.

NFC playoff bracket

Sunday update: The 49ers will return to the NFC Championship for the second year in a row after holding off the Dallas Cowboys in a 19-12 game. They will face the Eagles in Philadelphia on Sunday. The two teams have not faced off yet this season.

Saturday update: The Eagles had no trouble putting the Giants away 38-7, which means the NFC Championship will be in Philadelphia, where they will host the winner of the Cowboys-49ers game.

The Eagles and Giants face off on Saturday for the third time this season, with the game taking place at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. The 49ers and Cowboys face off on Sunday in a repeat of last year’s NFC Wild Card Round matchup, with the game taking place at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.

NFC Championship Game

San Francisco 49ers at Philadelphia Eagles, 3 p.m. ET on Fox

AFC playoff bracket

Sunday update: The Bengals had a much easier time than many suspected on Sunday, beating the Bills 27-10. They will now head to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs once again in the AFC Championship game. Joe Burrow is 4-0 in his young career against Kansas City.

The Chiefs and Jaguars opened the Divisional Round weekend at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City held off Jacksonville to advance to their fifth straight AFC title game. The Bengals beat the Bills 27-10 in the other Divisional Round game. Cincinnati will travel to Kansas City for a rematch of last year’s AFC Championship Game. The Chiefs have opened as a field goal favorite.

AFC Championship Game

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Kansas City Chiefs, 6:30 p.m. ET on CBS