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This article discusses the NFL Conference Championship Weekend. The Philadelphia Eagles will be hosting the San Francisco 49ers, who knocked off the Cowboys on Sunday to continue the Cowboys' 27-year drought without a conference title game appearance. Including this year, the Philadelphia Eagles have now made it to seven NFC title games, which is the most of any NFC team since 2000. The San Francisco 49ers, Kansas City Chiefs, and Cincinnati Bengals are all in the conference title round. The winners of this weekends two games--the San Francisco 49ers vs. the Philadelphia Eagles, followed by the Cincinnati Bengals vs. the Kansas City Chiefs--will meet Feb. 12 for Super Bowl LVII.
This Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles will host the San Francisco 49ers in the seven NFC Title Games. The Philadelphia Eagles are looking to continue their 27-year drought of not making it to a conference title game appearance, while the San Francisco 49ers look for redemption after losing last year’s Super Bowl. Although the Eagles are an NFC team and have had a strong season with a top scoring offense and strong defense which gave up fewest points in the NFL this year, they are facing a formidable team in the San Francisco 49ers who have been to four of five Super Bowls including last year’s game.
They have won their last three games and meet the Eagles in Week 13 for a rematch. The other game on this NFL Conference Championship Weekend is the AFC Championship game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Kansas City Chiefs. Both teams have had impressive seasons, including playoffs, with the Bengals making it to their second year under QB Joe Burrow who has been a star since being drafted in 2020. The Chiefs are looking to make it back to their third consecutive Super Bowl, with QB Patrick Mahomes leading the way. On February 7th, 2021 these two games will decide who will face off in Super Bowl LVII as well as determine who will be crowned conference titles for both conferences AFC and NFC.
The Cincinnati Bengals have the pleasure of playing this prestigious game for the first time since January 1991 and will be led by one of the best offensive coaches in the NFL, Andy Reid. On the other side, the Kansas City Chiefs have been here 31 times since January 1991 and are led by Quarterback Brock Purdy who has been a key contributor to their success in this regular season.
The Chiefs have won 12 straight games and look like a juggernaut going into Sunday. They have won 10-game winning streaks in both of the last two seasons, and are looking to make it three in a row. The Chiefs have taken rookie Brock Purdy in the seventh round of the draft, and he has looked great so far. This is his second straight season as a starter for Kansas City, and it could be his first trip to the Super Bowl if he can lead them past Kyle Shanahan's team this weekend.
The NFC Conference Championship will be an exciting matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. Both of these teams have some of the best defenses in the NFL and it's been doubted that the 49ers can go all the way to become a serious contender. But if you look at their offense, they are just as capable and could make it to the championship games if they play to their potential. The New York Giants were also doubted by people, but they managed to make it all the way and won the NFC title last year. It's just right moment for them to dominate people with their talent, as they have shifted their reasons for success throughout this season.
It's the NFL Conference Championship Weekend, and the most successful NFC teams are all in the running to reach Super Bowl. The NFC championship pits the 49ers team against the Philadelphia Eagles, who have made it to their 23rd eagles team. This championship game is a rare battle between only four teams in this 21st century NFC, which will decide who will be crowned as champion. The 49ers have a tremendous advantage when it comes to their offense and defense. Their offense ranks 1st in scoring offense and their defense ranks 2nd in scoring defense. But they will soon be approaching their real weaknesses when they face off against the Eagles on Sunday night. The Philadelphia Eagles have had an impressive season with their offensive and defensive prowess, ranking 4th in scoring offense and 3rd in scoring defense.
Last year's AFC Championship game was a rematch of the Eagles-49ers game, marking just the third time in franchise history that they have reached this point. The Eagles were looking to extract revenge on the 49ers, but unfortunately fell short in overtime, with San Francisco taking the game winner and a spot in Super Bowl LIV. This year's AFC Championship game sees Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals facing off for a spot in the Super Bowl, after Kansas City finished first in scoring offense and scoring defense.
The Bengals, however, were not so lucky, having lost three of their 18 games this season. The Bengals also played two of the weakest schedules in the NFL this year and were unable to generate many passing yards or keep other teams from scoring more than four points per game. The NFC Championship game pits two of the best teams in the NFL against one another: Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys. Both teams have been successful throughout the season, counting playoffs, with Philadelphia having a chance to win its first Super Bowl since 2017 if they are able to win this weekend.
The Eagles quarterback, Jalen Hurts, notched a big win over the 49ers in the NFC Divisional Round of the playoffs last weekend. The 49ers defense has been a tough unit throughout the season and they will look to disrupt Jalen Hurts rhythm this weekend. The Giants linebacker Jihad Ward is sure to be an x-factor in this game as he has been able to get after quarterbacks all season long. The Eagles return home to Philadelphia where they are looking for their first Conference Championship title since 2017 and with a chance to make it back to the Super Bowl for the first time since then. During their week off, Philadelphia worked on their offensive schemes which have been successful behind Hurts arm and legs all season long. Philly looks to continue its success against San Francisco’s tough defense from week 15 when they faced off before the playoffs.