The NFL Conference Championship Games

We’re down to the final four in the NFL Playoffs after a set of all action games that saw the Seattle Seahawks triumph over the Panthers and the Packers beat the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football Conference, while New England beat Baltimore and the Colts saw off the Broncos in the American Football Conference. This sets up the Championship games as follows...

American Football Conference

Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots - Sunday January 18th at 6.40pm

National Football Conference

Green Bay Packers at Seattle Seahawks - Sunday January 18th at 3.05pm

Green Bay return to Seattle, where they in fact started their campaign this season, losing 36-16 in the kickoff game and while they’ll be hoping for a much better result this time around, the Seahawks will of course have their minds set on going all the way and winning consecutive Super Bowl titles, the last team doing so being New England back in ‘03 and ‘04. The Seahawks home form is good to say the least but with Aaron Rodgers on fire right now, the Packers will have a big say in this one.

The Patriots are looking to make their 8th Super Bowl appearance but will find a hard to beat Colts team, and while Brady will be dreaming of joining Terry Bradshaw and Joe Montana with 4 Super Bowl rings, the Colts and Luck will be doing everything possible to try and make sure that doesn’t happen.

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