Super Bowl Field Slashed In Half Over The Weekend

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With Super Bowl LIII (53), a mere few weeks away, the playing field of eight teams was cut down to four over the weekend.

The New Orleans Saints will host the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Championship Game next Sunday at 3:05 p.m. on FOX.

The Rams defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 30-22, in an NFC Divisional Round game on Saturday.

New Orleans held-off the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles, 20-14 in the other NFC Divisional Round game Sunday, scoring 20 unanswered points after trailing 14-0 after the first quarter ended.

The Saints are 3.5 point favorites to win the NFC Championship.

The New England Patriots will be going on the road against the Kansas City Chiefs for the AFC Championship Game on Sunday night at 6:40 on CBS.

The Pats defeated the Los Angeles Chargers, 41-28, in an AFC Divisional Round game on Sunday, advancing to their eighth straight AFC Championship Game.

Kansas City defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 31-13, in the other AFC Divisional Round game on Saturday.

The Chiefs will be going to their first conference championship game since 1993, where with Hall of Fame quarterback, Joe Montana, Kansas City lost to the Buffalo Bills, 30-13, putting the Bills in their fourth consecutive Super Bowl.

Kansas City is a three point favorite to win the AFC Championship, the first time in 67 games in which the Pats are the underdog.

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