The NFC Picture has cleared up after the Green Bay Packers defeated the Dallas Cowboys for the right to move on to the Conference Championships.
The Green Bay Packers will face the Atlanta Falcons at Mercedes Benz Stadium/Georgia Dome for the NFC Championship this Sunday at 2:05 PM
NFC Divisional Matches
With the Wild Card Round over, the playoff picture gets a little clearer this weekend.
#1 seed Dallas Cowboys Vs. #4 Seed Green Bay Packers
#2 seed Atlanta Falcons Vs #3 seed Seattle Seahawks
2016 NFC Championship Shaping Up
The Dallas Cowboys (13-2, 1st NFC) have secured the top seed in the NFC while the Atlanta Falcons (10-5, 2nd NFC) have secured the second seed while a host of other teams duke it out for a shot to move on. If the playoffs were to begin today, it would look like this:
6th Seed Detroit Lions (9-6) VS 3rd Seed Seattle Seahawks (9-5-1)
5th Seed New York Giants (10-5) VS 4th Seed Green Bay Packers (9-6)
SEATTLE clinched the NFC West division title (Week 15).
ATLANTA clinched the NFC South division title (Week 16).
NEW YORK GIANTS clinched a playoff berth (Week 16).
DALLAS clinched a playoff berth (Week 13), the NFC East division title (Week 16) and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs (Week 16).
2015 NFC Championship
The cream of the NFC will match the Atlanta Falcons against the Green Bay packers for the NFC Championship. This should prove to be a knock-down drag out battle.
Be sure to get your tickets and cheer on your NFC team to the Conference Championship and then on to Super Bowl 50.
The NFC Championship is the way to the Super Bowl, no two ways around it! This Championship is the semi final, matching the top two teams in the division, determining the champion of the National Football Conference. The winning team receives the George Halas trophy, and goes head to head with the winner of the American Football Conference. The NFC Championship had its start in 1970, when the NFL Merged with the AFL. The NFC was created with the teams that were NFL before the merger took place. In the end of each football season, a series of playoff games take place, involving the top six teams – four division champs and two wild cards. The two remaining teams play in the NFC Championship game.