Let us stipulate, dear NFL fan, that on Sunday you will be watching either the AFC or the NFC Championship, which determine the two teams that will play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 3. And let us again stipulate that you are of the cord-cutting variety. And please allow us to take the liberty of assuming that you'd love to watch Kansas City take down the Evil Empire in the AFC Championship, but you just can't bring yourself to pay to watch that sort of pummeling.

We've got your back.

CBS All Access is streaming the AFC Championship — it's at 6:40 p.m. Eastern, by the way — and there's a very good reason why this is the method you may want to use. And that's because you can do it for free. You can snag a free trial of CBS All Access for one week, a window in which the AFC Championship game fits quite nicely.

You've got a couple of choices from which to pick, too. For $5.99 a month you'll get access to everything on CBS All Access — including the excellent Star Trek: Discovery with limited commercials. Or if you prefer to see no commercials (save for when you're watching live events like the AFC Championship, of course), you can go for the $9.99-a-month plan.

Either way you get a week free to check things out. So you get live football. You get cool original series like Star Trek: Discovery. You get the entire library of content that CBS has stocked up over the years. And, if you want, you can watch it all without being interrupted by commercials.

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