NFL Announcers Conference Championship Games: CBS, FOX NFL game assignments this week

Who are the NFL announcers on FOX and CBS for the AFC and NFC Conference Championship Games this weekend, and who are the radio announcers?

What are the assignments for the announcers in the AFC and NFC Conference Championship Games in the 2021-22 NFL season? Which announcers will we hear on FOX and CBS in the Conference Championships, and which games will each announcer pairing be covering? Additionally, who will be the announcers on Westwood One this weekend as they air both games?

NFL announcer assignments for the AFC and NFC Conference Championships

As usual, CBS and FOX will each carry one of the two championship games. CBS will air the AFC Championship Game with FOX broadcasting the NFC Championship Game. This weekend will be the fifth game broadcast on CBS during these playoffs, compared to the third for FOX.

CBS announcers for AFC Conference Championship Game

Which announcers will be calling the AFC Conference Championship Game on CBS this Sunday?

Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs

3 PM ET | Sunday, January 30

CBS
Jim Nantz and Tony Romo
Field Reporters: Tracy Wolfson, Jay Feely, and Evan Washburn

Streaming: CBS Sports, Paramount+, NFL, and Yahoo

FOX announcers for NFC Conference Championship Game

Which announcers will be calling the NFC Conference Championship Game on FOX this Sunday?

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams

6:40 PM ET | Sunday, January 30

FOX
Joe Buck and Troy Aikman
Field Reporters: Erin Andrews and Tom Rinaldi

FOX Deportes
Jorge Pérez Navarro and Rolando Cantú

Streaming: FOX Sports, NFL, and Yahoo

Which announcers will be broadcasting the games on Westwood One for the NFL Conference Championship Games?

Westwood One will carry both games on the airwaves to the national radio audience this weekend. Let’s take a look at who you can hear calling each game this weekend.

Bengals at Chiefs | 3 PM | Sunday
Ian Eagle, Tony Boselli, and Ross Tucker

49ers at Packers | 6:40 PM | Sunday
Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, and Laura Okmin

Who will broadcast Super Bowl 56?

Super Bowl LVI will be carried by NBC after they agreed to a deal with CBS, who was due to broadcast the Super Bowl this year. In return, CBS broadcast Super Bowl LV. The reason for the swap was that NBC will also be broadcasting the Winter Olympics which run a week on either side of the Super Bowl. Therefore, by also broadcasting the Super Bowl, NBC will not be competing against the NFL by broadcasting Winter Olympic coverage on Sunday evening.

Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will be the announcers for Super Bowl 56. They will be supported by Michele Tafoya and Kathryn Tappen during the game. Meanwhile, the team of Mike Tirico, Maria Taylor, Jac Collinsworth, Tony Dungy, Drew Brees, Rodney Harrison, and Chris Simms will provide analysis before the game, at halftime, and during the postgame.

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