The Super Bowl 2015 date and time is approaching quickly, even as the NFL playoffs continue in the interim. The AFC and NFC Championship games are also on the schedule, with four teams still in the mix after this weekend’s divisional round games. Even as plans get underway for the big game, here’s a look at who is still in the mix and which teams are most likely to get there – along with that elusive date and time information you came here looking for:
Heading into the Super Bowl 2015 the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks are the number one seeds and would host the AFC and NFC championship games, respectively, if they advance beyond this weekend. Other favorites are the Green Bay Packers, Denver Broncos, and Dallas Cowboys, along with outliers like the Carolina Panthers, Indianapolis Colts, and Baltimore Ravens. The Seahawks are the defending Super Bowl champions.
The NFC and AFC championship games will take place on Sunday January 15th with the early game starting at 3pm eastern time. Then after a bye weekend, the Super Bowl date and time is February 1st at 6:30pm eastern time. The game takes place in Phoenix regardless of which two teams make it there.