The NFL Conference Championships are on tap for Sunday January 22nd with two outstanding games over national television to the satisfaction of pro football bettors worldwide.
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The NFC Championship is scheduled for 3PM Eastern Time on FOX as the Atlanta Falcons will host the Green Bay Packers. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Atlanta Falcons favored by -6 points with over under odds of 60 ½ points. The Green Bay Packers have been on a roll as the team has won eight straight must win games to get to this point. It was an epic win last week in the Divisional Round as an Aaron Rodgers remarkable pass got Green Bay in position for the game winning 51 yard field as time expired in their 34-31 road win at the top seeded Dallas Cowboys. Green Bay’s offense has been on fire as the team has scored 30 or greater points in six straight games. Atlanta defeated Green bay at home in their regular season meeting back on October 30th 33-32 as a -3 point favorite. Atlanta has strung together five straight victories as they defeated the Seattle Seahawks in the divisional round last week 36-20 and covering as a -6 ½ point favorite. Atlanta is the number one scoring team in the NFL as they push across 33.8 points per game.
AFC Championship kicks off at 6:40PM Eastern Time on CBS as the New England Patriots are home to the Pittsburgh Steelers. New England is favored by -6 points with over under odds lined at 50 ½ points. New England is in the AFC Championship for a seventh straight time. They weren’t their best last week with three turnovers and numerous penalties yet defeated the Houston Texans at home 34-16 as they covered as a -16 point favorite. Pittsburgh successfully defended a two point conversion late to beat Kansas City 18-6 in their divisional playoff a week ago. The Steelers will need to be better than 0 of 4 inside the red zone as all 18 points by the Steelers came by field goals.