It is now down to four teams and the Super Bowl is now only two weeks away. As always, the playoffs have been exciting.

Which two teams will head to Houston? Let’s take a look.

Green Bay Packers 37

Atlanta Falcons 34

The Packers lost to the Falcons earlier this season 33-32, but were without key contributors Clay Matthews, Randall Cobb, Ty Montgomery, Jared Cook, Damarious Randall, and Quinten Rollins. They also have won every game since starting the season 4-6.

Jordy Nelson missed last week’s game (ribs), but is expected to play in this game.

Matt Ryan and the Falcons are also playing very well, but the Packers keep proving that you can’t count them out. It will be quite a shootout, but in the end the Packers will advance to the Super Bowl for the fifth time in franchise history.


Pittsburgh Steelers 20

New England Patriots 33

Tom Brady’s quest for a fifth Super Bowl ring continues. The Steelers are on a nine-game winning streak, but the Patriots are just too good and will come up with the win, advancing to the Super Bowl for the ninth time in franchise history (seventh in the Brady/Belichick era).

The Patriots beat the Steelers earlier this season 27-16 on the road. That victory improved their record to 6-1. They are 9-1 since.


Original prediction:

New England Patriots over Dallas Cowboys

MVP: Tom Brady

Current prediction:

New England Patriots over Green Bay Packers

MVP: Tom Brady

Ali Siddiqui, @asiddiqui15

Spark Sports Analyst