We are finally down to the business end of the season in the NFL with major games for each league due to take place this weekend in what promise to be mouth-watering clashes. Due to the importance of these games as the winner of each clash will gain a place in the Super Bowl, we look ahead at just how each game could pan out and who looks most likely to make it to the Superbowl.

The first game on Sunday to be played in the NFC championship which sees Tampa Bay travel to Green Bay in which to possible the pick of the two games and one we are certainly looking forward too. Green Bay Packers will go into the game as favourites are, they are currently odds-on to get into the Superbowl priced at 4/7. Tampa Bay do go in as the underdogs for the game priced at 32/19 but this won’t faze Tom Brady and company as he has been the underdog throughout his career and has proved many people wrong as he is now a future Hall of Famer. And this is what we think the game will come down to, the battle of the quarterbacks as Brady takes on another future hall of famer in Aaron Rodgers and we believe whoever brings their A game to Green Bay on Sunday then they will be the team that will progress into the Superbowl come February.

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The later game on Sunday will see the Bills travel to Chiefs in what is a rematch of the Week 6 meeting in which Chiefs were victorious with a 26-17 win in what was a thrilling game and that promises to be the case again come Sunday night. The Bills have been dubbed as one of the most exciting teams to watch in the NFL this season and if you are a neutral fan then you are more than likely supporting them going into this matchup. Chiefs fans will currently be sweating on the fitness of their star man and talisman Patrick Mahomes as he has to leave the field of last week’s game due to potential concussion. If Chiefs are without Mahomes, we expect this to be a tough game, but they are still favouriting to go through priced at 8/13.