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Championship Weekend is set: WHO YA GOT!?

Let’s hear your predictions, folks!

Super Bowl LI - New England Patriots v Atlanta Falcons Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

UPDATE: Thought I’d bump this up to the top since we’re now just one day out from Championship Weekend. The poll will be open until the kickoff of the NFC Championship Game tomorrow.

The National Football League is down to its final four teams now that the Divisional Playoffs are in the books. We want to know who you think is going to be facing off in Atlanta on 3 February in Super Bowl LIII.

Championship Weekend will kick off at the Superdome, where the New Orleans Saints will play host to the Los Angeles Rams. These two teams met earlier on in the season at the Superdome, with the Saints emerging with a 45-35 victory.

The Rams advanced by taking down the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday night by a final score of 30-22, while the Saints moved on by defeating the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday by a score of 20-14.

That game will be aired on your local FOX affiliate, with kickoff scheduled for 2:05 PM Central time.

That will be followed by the AFC Championship Game, live from Arrowhead Stadium. Much like the NFC, the top two seeds in the AFC will square off as the Kansas City Chiefs will square off against the New England Patriots. This is also a rematch of a game that took place earlier in the season, and the Patriots emerged victorious by a score of 43-40 on a last-minute field goal. That game was in Foxboro, however. . .things might be a little different in Kansas City.

The Chiefs advanced to the title game by thrashing the Indianapolis Colts to the tune of 31-13 on Saturday afternoon. The Patriots advanced to their eighth consecutive AFC Championship Game by beating up on the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday afternoon, 41-28.

That game will be aired on your local CBS station, with kickoff scheduled for 5:40 PM Central time.

As of right now, both home teams are three-point favorites, which means that Vegas sees both matchups as relatively even, as home-field advantage is usually worth about three points. For entertainment purposes only, obviously.

So, we have four potential Super Bowl matchups, folks. Who do you think will be meeting in the final game of the 2018-19 NFL season? We’ll keep the poll open until the NFCCG kicks off next Sunday afternoon.


Who do you think will meet in Atlanta for Super Bowl LII?

This poll is closed

  • 35%
    Chiefs vs Rams
    (427 votes)
  • 28%
    Chiefs vs Saints
    (344 votes)
  • 11%
    Patriots vs Rams
    (133 votes)
  • 24%
    Patriots vs Saints
    (291 votes)
1195 votes total Vote Now