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2011 NFL Playoffs Expert Picks: Conference Championships

Pittsburgh will need to step it up, or the Jets will be back in the Super Bowl. (http://taichinh.saga.vn)

We’re down to the Conference Championships. The oldest football rivals meet up for just the second time in the playoffs, and all of us think that it will go better for the Packers this time around. Though the last time we made a unanimous prediction, the Patriots threw in the towel, so we’ll see what happens this time around.

Meanwhile, just two of us think the Jets can keep their mojo going, and force the first ever Super Bowl between two six seeds, and become the second six seed to beat the top three teams in their conference, behind Green Bay hours earlier. It’ll be very fun to see if it can happen.

Pete is in the lead with 16 points, but five others are immediately behind him, and could take over the lead after the round is over. So be sure to stay tuned for the results, and come back next week for the Pro Bowl round. To see how everyone thinks the CC round will go, check below:

Jets @ Steelers Packers @ Bears Total
Name Winner Total TDs Pass Yards Winner Total TDs Pass Yards Points
Brian Steelers 5 235 Packers 7 285 15
Erikk Steelers 6 250 Packers 6 250 8
John Jets 5 242 Packers 7 312 14
KC Jets 4 289 Packers 5 350 15
Matt M Steelers 7 240 Packers 6 310 13
Pete Steelers 5 288 Packers 6 319 16

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