On Sunday, the Packers vs. Falcons game will be live on TV and via online sources, as the two teams compete for a spot in the 2017 Super Bowl. Both teams looked impressive in last week's wins, with Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay edging the Cowboys, while Matt Ryan and the Falcons destroyed the Seahawks. Now the winner will take on the winner of Sunday's AFC Championship Game, but will it be Green Bay or Atlanta? Here are the latest details including what time and channel Packers vs. Falcons 2017 NFC Championship Game will arrive for fans to enjoy.

Packers' injury & illness?

The Green Bay Packers are coming into this game after wide receiver Jordy Nelson has been recovering from broken ribs. That has made him less effective than usual, although it was apparent that Aaron Rodgers didn't need him to defeat the Dallas Cowboys. Rodgers made a huge pass late in the game to help his team set up a game-winning field goal.

However, Nelson's status for this huge matchup is still up in the air. He was among players also suffering an illness recently. In addition, kicker Mason Crosby was out Wednesday due to being sick, and apparently, Aaron Rodgers caught the bug too. He said he was planning to get plenty of "rest, fluids, all that stuff" ahead of the matchup on Sunday.

It would be a huge surprise if Rodgers were to miss another chance at a trip to the Super Bowl. He's been among the hottest quarterbacks to close out the season and will look to help guide his team to the improbable upset against the No.

2 seed Atlanta Falcons. It's certainly been quite a wild run for the Packers to close out their season!

Atlanta's final home game

Adding to the drama of this huge NFC Championship Game is the fact that this is Atlanta's final game in this stadium. Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons are set to move. Starting next season, the team use the brand new Mercedes-Benz Stadium to play their home games, along with the city's Major League Soccer team, the Atlanta United.

That makes this particular game one in which fans are going to be rowdy and loud, cheering on their team harder than ever to victory. Based on last weekend's results, the fan support was able to propel Matt Ryan and company. The Falcons put on an impressive offensive performance to take down a Seahawks team generally known for its defense. Now Ryan and the Falcons will see if they can overcome the abilities of Rodgers and the Packers for the NFC Championship.

Of the four remaining quarterbacks in the NFL Playoffs, Ryan is the only one lacking a Super Bowl win.

Could this finally be the year that he and the Falcons achieve that together? It should be fun to watch these two explosive offensive-minded QBs!

Game time, channel & live stream

Sunday's NFC Championship Game has a scheduled kickoff time of approximately 3:05 p.m. Eastern Time. The game coverage will be live on television via FOX and their affiliate channels around the United States. Viewers may also have options to watch this game live streaming online.

The best live streaming option may be the NFL mobile app, although cable and satellite subscribers with Fox Sports Go access can also log in to watch the game. Keep in mind that the Fox Sports Go website or apps may only work for specific regions, and there could be blackouts or restrictions in certain parts of the country.

So who will win based on the Packers vs. Falcons odds? As of this report, Atlanta was a five or six-point favorite at various sports books. The over/under points total was set at 51 for the game. Expect Atlanta to easily cover the spread as Rodgers and the Packers will simply be unable to keep up with this Falcons' offense with a final score of 35-21.