Pro football television schedules for 2021

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Professional football is headed into the postseason.

National Football League
National Football League

CBS Sports, Fox Sports, NBC Sports and ESPN/ABC will have contests, with their webstream counterparts and Spanish-language options.

New York's WFAN (660-AM, 101.9-FM) will likely broadcast all playoff contests provided by WestwoodOne Sports, although there may be New York pro teams that get priority.

Sirius XM will also carry all postseason action.

What to watch: College football TV and radio schedules for 2021 season

What to watch:Major League Baseball broadcast schedule

NFL postseason

Saturday, January 15

No. 4 Cincinnati Bengals 26, No. 5 Las Vegas Raiders 19

No. 3 Buffalo Bills 47, No. 6 New England Patriots 17

Sunday, January 16

No. 2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31, No. 7 Philadelphia Eagles 15

No. 6 San Francisco 49ers 23, No. 3 Dallas Cowboys 17

No. 2 Kansas City Chiefs 42, No. 7 Pittsburgh Steelers 21

Monday, January 17

No. 4 Los Angeles Rams 34, No. 5 Arizona Cardinals 11

Saturday, January 22

No. 4 Cincinnati Bengals at No. 1 Tennessee Titans, 4:30 p.m. (WCBS-2 in New York, WRGB-6 in Albany, WFSB-3 in Connecticut, WYOU-22 in northeast Pennsylvania, Paramount Plus), Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM 225, 226

No. 6 San Francisco 49ers at No. 1 Green Bay Packers, 8:15 p.m. (WNYW-5 in New York; WXXA-23 in Albany, WOLF-56 in northeast Pennsylvania; WTIC-61 in Connecticut; Fox Deportes-Spanish), Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM 225, 226

Sunday, January 23

No. 4 Los Angeles Rams at No. 2 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 3 p.m. (WNBC-4 in New York, WNYT-13 in Albany, WBRE-28 in northeast Pennsylvania, WVIT-30 in Connecticut, Peacock; Telemundo-Spanish), Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM 226, 225

No. 3 Buffalo Bills at No. 2 Kansas City Chiefs, 6:30 p.m. (WCBS-2 in New York, WRGB-6 in Albany, WFSB-3 in Connecticut, WYOU-22 in northeast Pennsylvania, Paramount Plus), Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM 225, 226

Sunday, January 30

AFC championship, 3 p.m. (WCBS-2 in New York, WRGB-6 in Albany, WFSB-3 in Connecticut, WYOU-22 in northeast Pennsylvania; Paramount Plus), Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM 225, 226

NFC championship, 6:30 p.m. (WNYW-5 in New York; WXXA-23 in Albany, WOLF-56 in northeast Pennsylvania; WTIC-61 in Connecticut), Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM 225, 226

Sunday, February 6

NFL Pro Bowl, at Las Vegas, time and TV TBD

Sunday, February 13

Super Bowl, 6:30 p.m. (WNBC-4 in New York, WNYT-13 in Albany, WBRE-28 in northeast Pennsylvania, WVIT-30 in Connecticut, Peacock; Telemundo-Spanish), Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, WFAN 660-AM, 101.9-FM, SXM xxx, SXM xxx

This article originally appeared on Times Herald-Record: NFL, CFL television schedules for the 2021 season

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