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New England Patriots

New England Patriots

source: bleachreport.com

…So after many games the end of the NFL regular season has come to an end as the top two NFL powerhouses of both conferences have locked in their spots for Super Bowl XLIX event. The Seattle Seahawks managed a well-deserved victory over the Green Bay Packers in a thrilling clash and now the defending champions arrive once more as one of the best team in American football.

The AFC conference battle between the Indianapolis Colts and the New England Patriots ended up in an overwhelming loss for the Colts. New England Belichick and Brady earned their sixth trip to the big game – and Belichick got his 21st postseason win – with the second-most lopsided AFC championship ever, 45-7 before a raucous, rain-soaked crowd Sunday night.

Brady threw three touchdown passes, LeGarrette Blount ran 30 times for 148 yards and three scores and the Patriots scored touchdowns on four straight possessions after leading just 17-7 at halftime.

”I only have one thing to say. We’re on to Seattle,” Belichick said, adapting the rallying cry he repeated, ”We’re on to Cincinnati,” after a loss at Kansas City dropped the Patriots to 2-2.

And now the Patriots (14-4) will face the defending champion Seahawks (14-4) for the NFL title on Feb. 1 in Glendale, Arizona. The stoic Belichick will match wits with the enthusiastic Pete Carroll, whom he replaced as Patriots coach 2000. The Seahawks beat the Green Bay Packers 28-22 in overtime in the NFC title game. source: cbssports.com

The following are a couple of very interesting videos on the Patriots latest action and Tom Brady´s words to his fans after their victory over the Colts: http://www.cbssports.com/nfl/gametracker/recap/NFL_20150118_IND@NE

http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/12193345/nfl-investigating-whether-new-england-patriots-deflated-footballs-indianapolis-colts

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks

source: bleachreport.com

Furthermore, the defending champions Seattle Seahawks overcame a very tough score and manage to pull a win as a new chance to attend the Super Bowl wa slipping away. Until the final minutes, there seemed to be no doubt the Packers were headed to the big game Feb. 1 in Glendale, Arizona. Despite All-Pro Rodgers’ injury, Green Bay and its overlooked defense was carrying the day.

The Seahawks became the first defending champion to make the Super Bowl in 10 years, and will play the AFC champion New England Patriots, who routed Indianapolis 45-7. How Seattle got there was stunning.

Plagued by turnovers and outplayed much of the day, the Seahawks staged a stunning rally built on resilience. Russell Wilson, who struggled until the final minutes, hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown 3:19 into the extra period to win it.

”You have the belief these guys have in one another, there is nothing you can’t do,” coach Pete Carroll said after an implausible comeback for a 28-22 victory over Green Bay in the NFC championship game Sunday.

Click here for more details on the breathtaking game the Seahawks delivered last weekend: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000460764/article/seattle-seahawks-deserve-credit-but-that-effort-wont-win-a-title

On February 1st. 2015, the Seattle Seahawks will be meeting the New England Patriots for Super Bowl XLIX trophy, and so far the betting odds stand at:

New England Patriots   +2   48.5  o -101

Seattle Seahawks    -2    48.5   u-109

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