NFL Playoff Bracket 2014: Two spots remaining in conference championships


Saturday night’s action brought us one entertaining game that went down to the wire between the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints in the NFC, while the AFC game turned ugly as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots overwhelmed the Indianapolis Colts with their rushing attack.

With two places already claimed in the conference title games, the remaining two spots will be filled today.

The San Francisco 49ers travel to meet the Carolina Panthers in the first of today’s games, with the winner of the game making the trip to CenturyLink Field next week to meet the Seahawks. In the AFC, the winner will play the Patriots, but the game will either be in Denver if the Broncos win or Foxboro if the Chargers pull off the upset.

Here is a look at when the conference championships will take place:


No. 2 New England Patriots
vs. No. 6 San Diego or No. 1 Denver

Site, time TBD


No. 5 San Francisco or No. 2 Carolina
at No. 1 Seattle Seahawks

CenturyLink Field, time TBA


Topics: Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks

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  • arnie

    There is only one spot left. The Chargers will playing the Patriots.

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