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It IS CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND IN THE NFL. Please join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup of Fanspeak.com as the breakdown the AFC and NFC CONFERENCE TITLE GAMES.

Steve Shoup is also reporting from the East-West Shrine game in Tampa for the FANSPEAK RADIO NETWORK

The Ravens and Patriots will face one another for the sixth time in the last four seasons and this will be the third time the two teams have met in the playoffs, including last year’s 23-20, Pats win in this very game.

Will Tom Brady continue to struggle vs. the Baltimore defense and how much of a factor is not having Rob Gronkowski going to be? Will Ray Lewis and his team live to dance one more time on Bourbon Street in two weeks? Alan and Steve will break down the battles and give you their predictions.

 The NFC’s No. 2 seed SAN FRANCISCO (12-4-1) will travel this Sunday to play the No. 1 seed ATLANTA (14-3). The Falcons had 10 games this season that finished within seven points or fewer, including last week’s 30-28 win over Seattle, while San Francisco had four such games.

 SAN FRANCISCO advanced to its 14th NFC Championship Game last week and tied DALLAS (14) for the second-most appearances in a conference championship game since 1970.  With a win against Atlanta on Sunday, San Francisco can earn its sixth Super Bowl berth, tying DENVER (6) for the fourth most ever.

The 49ers have won all five of their Super Bowl appearances

 ATLANTA started the season 8-0 for the first time in franchise history and finished with a 13-3 record, earning the NFC’s No. 1 seed. The Falcons became the ninth team since realignment in 2002 to start a season 8-0 and with a victory Sunday over San Francisco; they would become the fifth such team to reach the Super Bowl. 

Show time is 8:30.