Wednesday Morning QB (Championship Weekend)

The Championship games seemed to be all figured out before the games but the end of the weekend saw two results that were unexpected, at least for how they came, left a familiar story for the Super Bowl.

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Wednesday Morning QB (Championship Weekend)

The playoffs have not provided the close games that everyone is accustomed to when the best teams face-off but there is still a game left to save this version of the playoffs.

Wednesday Morning QB (Divisional Weekend)

The NFL Playoffs have not been as exciting as they could be with mismatches every week but the conference championships could change things as four teams playing at a high level could make for some great games.

Wednesday Morning QB (Championship Weekend)

The Super Bowl is almost here and the teams have been decided after an interesting championship weekend. Both games had plenty of storylines with the top ranked teams in each conference getting the chance to move to the Super Bowl. In the AFC there was a massive underdog led by the best young quarterback in the league as he tried to take on and beat a legend for the second week in a row. The NFC featured a second place team in a matchup of the tow powerhouses of the conference.

Wednesday Morning QB (Championship Weekend)

The Conference Championships would take the focus this week in the NFL with two of the biggest matchups of the year. It was the way many had envisioned that the playoffs would travel and the way that many hoped it would work out. In the AFC it was the top team in Denver welcoming the #2 team in New England for a chance to play in the Super Bowl. The Broncos and Patriots were seen as the two teams that were considered the two best teams heading into the season.

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