2014 NFL Conference Championships Predictions
Only four teams remain in the race for Super Bowl XLVIII and we couldn't have asked for better matchups next weekend.
In the AFC we will see the best player rivalry in football, Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning. The two best quarterbacks of the 2000s have met 14 times overall, three times in the playoffs, and twice in the AFC Conference Championship game.
Tom Brady has a reputation of being clutch in the playoffs and Peyton Manning hasn't been as effective but they've split the two conference championship games against each other. Because of their age they may not meet again and this game could be the deciding final chapter to their battles.
Keep in mind that the Patriots needed an incredible rally, a Wes Welker punt-return mistake and a little divine intervention to come back from a 24-7 deficit and beat the Broncos 34-31 in overtime on November 24... and that was at home.
The NFC brings us one of the game's best team rivalries: the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks, two deep, complete, physical division opponents who legitimately can't stand each other, from the coaches to the players to the fans.
The last two times the 49ers have faced the Seahawks in Seattle, they lost by a combined score of 71-15. Other than the Seahawks' dominance at home (16-1 at CenturyLink Field over the last two seasons), this game is scarily even across the board.
some people may be surprised by the results this week,talk later in the week
I like Denver and SF. Not overthinking this.
The General;352801 wrote: I like Denver and SF. Not overthinking this.
i'm against you here
I like your chances Frankie. I am always a nice fade.
The General;352878 wrote: I like your chances Frankie. I am always a nice fade.
Im doing great so far in the playoffs but couldnt be more wrong about the Panthers
gulfcoastplayer;353230 wrote: Wow, are we on the same side Frankie? I'm thinking Patriots and Seahawks.
just nice to see you posting,shave that ridiculous beard,ZZ top is not having a reunion