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No. 2 Baltimore Ravens Beat No. 1 New England Patriots, 20-14
Both of these teams are filled with veterans and ate battle-tested.
I think the Ravens will find themselves in their first Super Bowl since 2000.
Baltimore's top defense will carry them past yet another playoff opponent, and Tom Brady will be deprived of a chance at a fourth Super Bowl.
Joe Flacco puts up a heroic second-half performance, affirming himself as better than advertised.
No. 1 Green Bay Packers Beat No. 3 New Orleans Saints, 45-42
The Saints had a very close encounter with the Packers in Week 1, when they lost to Green Bay 42-34 and almost scoring the tying touchdown.
However, I think the Saints will struggle with the difficult conditions of Lambeau Field in January.
Aaron Rodgers will have a virtuoso playoff performance, throwing for four touchdowns and playing mistake-free football throughout.
Ryan Grant will play a bigger role than many consider, and he will rush for 100 yards and a touchdown.