What is kickoff time for the Steelers vs Patriots game on January 22 and how can you watch the 2017 AFC Championship game live streaming online? Sunday's game will be broadcast live from Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on your local CBS TV channel, but there are several options for watching the game on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

Game time is 6:40 p.m. ET for the Pittsburgh - New England matchup right after the NFC Championship game between the Greenbay Packers and the Atlanta Falcons. Chill the beer, make some wings, chips, and dips, and get ready to cheer your team on to Super Bowl LI.

Get all the details on how to watch the game online below, but first, here are a few predictions for Sunday's game. The Miami Herald has the Pats winning by 6, but despite OddShark favoring New England to win, the Bleacher Report predicts that the Steelers will win the AFC Championship in a high-scoring matchup.

Watch the Steelers vs Pats game online

If you're not near a TV on Sunday, there are a few options for live streaming the game on your computer or mobile device.

The AFC Championship game will be broadcast live from the Patriots' home turf on your local CBS television station.

Here's how you can watch — or listen — online.

  • CBS All Access is available in most major cities. Although it's normally $5.99 per month, you can sign up for a one-week free trial. Use the streaming service on a variety of devices including iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android devices, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Chromecast, PlayStation 4, and Xbox.
  • NFL Mobile App is available to download on iPhone, iPad, Windows, and Android devices. However, if you're not a Verizon wireless customer you're out of luck if you want to live stream the NFL playoff games.

Although there's nothing better than watching the game, listening to the play-by-play action is a great option.

Listen to the Steelers vs Patriots game in your car or online on Sirius XM channel 88. If you don't have a subscription, head over to the Sirius XM website and sign up for a free 30-day trial.

Are you hoping to see the New England Patriots or the Pittsburgh Steelers play in Super Bowl LI?