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2011 NFL Playoffs Expert Picks: Conference Championships Results

The Steelers and Packers are set to square off in Super Bowl XLV. (AP Photo)

The Super Bowl is set. It’s the #6 Packers vs the #2 Steelers. Two very talented quarterbacks lead just as talented teams. Riddled with injuries, the Packers are still the team to beat in many circles. Pittsburgh, though, held off a furious comeback attempt by a team that knocked off Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. Now let’s see if they can stop one of the best offense/defense combos in memory.

Aside from two Jets picks, the Conference Championship round was kind to us. Many of us got extra points galore for TD and yardage picks as well. That has Brian in the lead, now, and a three-way tie for the bronze spot.

Next up is the Pro Bowl, from sunny Hawaii. That’ll be fun for the residents of the Aloha State. The Hoodie will be there to lead the AFC, but we’d all rather he be in Arlington the week after. But whatever. Be sure to tune in next Sunday for our Pro Bowl picks, and check below to see how the Conference Championship round turned out:

Jets @ Steelers Packers @ Bears Total
Name Winner Total TDs Pass Yards Winner Total TDs Pass Yards Points
Brian Steelers 5 235 Packers 7 285 24
Erikk Steelers 6 250 Packers 6 250 17
John Jets 5 242 Packers 7 312 20
KC Jets 4 289 Packers 5 350 20
Matt M Steelers 7 240 Packers 6 310 20
Pete Steelers 5 288 Packers 6 319 23

Table Legend:

  • Two point picks are bolded.
  • One point picks are italicized.
  • Zero point picks are crossed out.

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