The NFL Playoffs continue and next Sunday, January 24, the two conference finals will be played.
[dropcap]T[/dropcap]here will be two great games, broadcast on ELEVEN, which will qualify the two champions of each conference, American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC), for the grand final, the Super Bowl LV, which will take place on the 7th of February at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
Four teams continue to fight for the 2020-21 NFL title: The Green Bay Packers, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills will play next Sunday, January 24, the conference finals, which will qualify the two champions from the American Football Conference (AFC) and National Football Conference (NFC), for the Super Bowl LV, to be played on February 7 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
Final NFC Tampa Bay Buccaners vs Green Bay Packers
All sports have their icons and players that mark generations. Tom Brady has been that icon for the past two decades, with 9 Super Bowls contested and 6 wins in the big game. Aaron Rodgers is seen by many as the most talented quarterback ever, capable of the impossible, but where he never had the conditions to be as successful as his colleague/position opponent.
What better way to judge who will be better than at the end of a conference with the Super Bowl ticket up for grabs?
AFC Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs Final
The Chiefs will host Buffalo Bills, who are one of the hottest teams at the moment. Led by Josh Allen, the Buffalo team follows a sequence of 8 consecutive victories and wants to return to the Super Bowl for the first time since 1994. The Chiefs play for the third consecutive year the end of the AFC conference and want to return to the Super Bowl in search of repeat last year’s title. Patrick Mahomes is the big unknown for this game, having left the previous game injured and being in doubt for this conference final.