2017 NFL Postseason:AFC / NFC ChampionshipJanuary 17, 2017 by Marc Jerbs

Only four NFL teams remain for the coveted spot at Super Bowl LI in Houston Texas. On Sunday, the four teams left will battle it out in their respective conference championship games. It will be a winner take all affair as the winner advances to Super Bowl LI.

In the National Football Conference Championship game, it will be 4th ranked Green Bay Packers against the 2nd ranked Atlanta Falcons. Game time is set 3:05PM ET and Atlanta will host the game at the Georgia Dome. The Packers defeated NFC top-ranked Cowboys, 34-31 to advance in the NFC Championship while the Falcons dismantled the Seahawks 36-20.

The first game of the day will be followed by the American Football Championship game between 3rd ranked Pittsburgh Steelers and AFC top-ranked New England Patriots.

Game time is set 6:40PM ET and New England will play at home in Gillette Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Texans 34-16 to claim its way to the AFC Championship game while the Steelers forced its way against the Chiefs, 18-16.

The sportsbook handicappers have installed the Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots as the favorites to win their respective Conference Championship games on Sunday.