NFL Championship Round: 5 bold predictions

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Seahawks Pull Away In the End

This is an extremely interesting matchup as the Seahawks have the best defense in the league, while the Packers have one of the best offenses in all of football. The key to beating to Seattle is by not turning the ball over and keeping their defense on the field for extended periods of time. Dallas did this in Week 5 and they walked out of a CenturyLink Field with a victory. The Seahawks were a different team back then, but the Packers still have a blueprint in their back pocket of knowing what it takes to beat Seattle on the road.

Knowing that gameplan, the Packers should make this game interesting. Another thing is that I don’t see Rodgers and the Packers getting blown out in such a meaningful game. However, I do see a game that will be close up until the end. Simply put, Seattle is playing too well right now, and I fully believe they are still the best team in all of football. I expect this game to be close, but I also expect Seattle to come out on top in the end

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