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With a trip to the Arizona desert up for grabs, New England and San Diego will battle it out for the AFC championship and Green Bay and New York will butt heads for the NFC banner.
New England, as they have all season long, will once again be chasing perfection and yes, there will be a Manning making another bid for a Super Bowl berth, Eli that is.

NFL Conference Championship Sunday
AFC: San Diego at New England
Chargers +14 Over 47
Patriots -14 Under 47
When you go 17-0 and lead the league in yards and points a game during the regular season and allow the fourth fewest points a game on top of that, chances are Vegas oddsmakers are going to set a steep line for your games.
The New England Patriots have been favored by double-digits 12 times this season (13 including this week’s game) but are only at .500 (6-6) in such games.
The Pats haven’t lost a meaningful game since the Colts beat them in last year’s conference championship, might the Chargers be destined for an upset?
There’ll definitely be motivation, besides a berth in the Super Bowl, as San Diego will be looking to avenge a home loss to New England back in September where the 3Ѕ-point underdog Chargers were soundly beaten by a final count of 38-14.
The Chargers will have to do it with three key players at less than 100 percent though.
RB LaDainian Tomlinson missed a bulk of last week’s game after hurting his left knee; QB Philip Rivers was in a similar situation after landing awkwardly on his right knee in the third and TE Antonio Gates is still bothered by a dislocated toe.
Three days into the week, LT and Rivers are being listed as probable and Gates is said to be a game-time decision.
The Pats should be due for a loss sometime soon, but can San Diego, with three banged up offensive stars, be the team that delivers it?
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NFC: New York at Green Bay
Giants -7 Over 40Ѕ
Packers -7 Under 40Ѕ
While it might not be surprising to hear that a Manning will be playing in a conference championship game, it might be to hear that it is Eli and not Peyton.
The Giants are a team that has been very profitable going down the stretch. Going 6-1 against the spread the last seven games, including an ATS win and near upset of the New England Patriots in the season finale.
In the playoffs, where the Giants are 2-0 ATS, Eli Manning has played less like his older brother and that’s not a bad thing.
Rather than trying to pass for maximum yardage, the Giants’ QB has picked his spots becoming more accurate and efficient.
In the postseason, Manning has thrown for 4 TDs, 0 INTs and averaged 174 passing yards a game.
The Giants weren’t able to earn homefield but that’s not a bad thing as the team is 8-1 away from Giants Stadium but New York’s NFC team will be headed into hostile territory when they head to Lambeau as the Cheeseheads and the weather will be less than welcoming, just what the underdog Giants like.
Speaking of good performances from a QB, Brett Favre has had a resurgence this season leading his Packers to a 13-3 (12-3-1 ATS) regular season and passing for over 4000 yards and 28 TDs.
Will Favre win one more Super Bowl or will it be back-to-back Mannings headed to the Super Bowl?
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