Giants vs. 49ers: 4 Reasons to Believe New York Advances to Super Bowl

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Giants vs. 49ers: 4 Reasons to Believe New York Advances to Super Bowl
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Has there ever been two more exciting divisional round games than ones the NFC put on this weekend? The San Francisco 49ers outlasted the New Orleans Saints in a game that went back and forth in the final five minutes. 

The New York Giants beat down the defending Super Bowl champs and 15-1 Green Bay Packers on their home field in an incredible upset. 

Now the Giants and 49ers have a date on Sunday afternoon at Candlestick park in what is sure to be an exciting affair. 

The last time these two met in the playoffs was filled with controversy in 2002, and in 1991 they had one of the more memorable NFC Championship Games ever when Matt Bahr kicked the game-winning field goal as time expired to send the Giants to the Super Bowl. 

If history is any indication, we will be treated with a great game.

The Giants will look to keep their undefeated record in the NFC championship game in tact, and here are four reasons why that will happen.  

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