Patriots, Steelers, Packers, Falcons Set To Battle In NFL Conference Title Games

By  //  January 16, 2017

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Quarterbacks Likely To Steal Headlines This Week

Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan moved closer to playing for the Vince Lombardi Trophy with terrific divisional-round performances, none more thrilling than Green Bay’s 34-31 win over the Dallas Cowboys. (NFL image)

(FOX) – Tom Brady vs. Ben Roethlisberger. Aaron Rodgers vs. Matt Ryan.

Quite a quartet of quarterbacks are heading to the NFL’s conference championship games next weekend: Brady’s New England Patriots host Roethlisberger’s Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC, and Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers play at Ryan’s Atlanta Falcons in the NFC.

Consider the collective bona fides: Among them, Brady, Roethlisberger, and Rodgers can boast of 10 Super Bowl appearances and seven titles, four Super Bowl MVP awards and four regular-season MVP awards. Not too bad.

Ryan, never a Super Bowl participant is the least accomplished member of the final four, but he just so happens to be the quarterback on the All-Pro team this season and the favorite to collect league MVP honors.

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ABOVE VIDEO: Aaron Rodgers post game comments following 34-31 win over Cowboys

Ben Roethlisberger threw an end zone interception and failed to produce a TD, Tom Brady was picked off twice — equaling his season total — but the Patriots still defeated the overmatched Houston Texans 34-16 on Saturday. (NFL.com Image)


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