Then again if Maurice Williams had tackled Stefon Diggs I would have gotten the Minnesota-New Orleans game right, too
So it's onward to Championship Sunday. Only two games that will determine which one of these final four teams gets to play at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis for Super Bowl LII.
So let's get to it.
#3 Jacksonville Jaguars at #1 New England Patriots on CBS
The Jaguars qualified for their first AFC title game since 1999 as a result.
But the Jags ain't 'scurred' of the Patriots, and Jalen Ramsey is actually trash talking them online. Also sitting in their football operations room is Tom Coughlin, who engineered two Super Bowl upsets of the Patriots, one of which ruined their bid for a perfect season.
So if the Jags pull off the upset, you'll know one reason why including their defense which has been doubleplusgood in forcing turnovers all season.
But unfortunately for the Jags, Blake Bortles is their quarterback and the Pats have future Hall of Famer Tom Brady. It's been a nice ride for Jacksonville, but NFL football reality is about to pimp slap them in the face.
#2Minnesota Vikings at #1 Philadelphia Eagles on FOX
The Vikings needed a miracle play for the ages at home as time expired to get past the New Orleans Saints 29-24, advance to their first NFC Championship game since 2009 and keep their bid to become the first NFL squad ever to play in a Super Bowl in their home stadium alive.
Now these two teams who have had more than their share of playoff frustration over the years battle each other for NFC supremacy at Lincoln Financial Field with a trip to Super Bowl LII on the line.
The Vikings and Eagles have been the two best teams in the NFC all season. The Eagles lost QB Carson Wentz fo the season in Week 14, and are having to ask Nick Foles and their defense to get them through another high stakes playoff game at home in their bid to win their first NFC crown since 2004 and their first NFL championship since 1960.
Yes they can. I made the mistake of misunderestimating Case Keenum and should've know better after seeing him play at UH. I won't make that mistake again