NFC Championship Game: Dallas Cowboys vs. TBD (If Necessary) Recap
January 18, 2015
The NFC championship game, Green Bay Packers vs. The Seattle Seahawks, seemed to b a very one sided battle until late in the 4th quarter. Seattle giving up too many turnovers to be successful appeared to be their own worst enemy. By half time their fate was all but sealed. But as great football games go, in the last 4 minutes of the fourth quarter the Seahawks challenged their apparent destiny and prevailed. After a solid drive down field and successfully recovering an on side kick, first time since 2009, and bringing in a two point conversion they were up by 3! The Packers answered with a quick drive down field into field goal range and retaliated with a 48 yard blast through the uprights, sending the championship into over time. In the end the Seattle Seahawks muscles their way into the Super Bowl.
NFC Championship Game: Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers Recap
January 18, 2015
In a historic comeback, the Seattle Seahawks defeated the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game Sunday afternoon. The Packers dominated the first half yet only led 16-0 at halftime. Now trailing 19-7 late in the fourth quarter, Seattle made their comeback. Russell Wilson's 1 yard touchdown run cut the lead to 19-14 with just over 2 minutes left to play. On the ensuing kickoff, Chris Mathews recovered the onside kick. 4 plays later, Marshawn Lynch scored from 24 yards out to give Seattle a 20-19 lead. The game would go to overtime tied at 22. On the first possession of overtime, Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35 yard touchdown pass to give Seattle the improbable win. Wilson finished the game with 209 yards passing with a touchdown pass and 4 interceptions.
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NFC Divisional Game: Green Bay Packers vs. Dallas Cowboys Recap
January 11, 2015
The Dallas Cowboys are looking to dominate the Green Bay Packers at home for this NFC Divisional Game. Aaron Rodgers the quarterback for the Cheesehead's is limping around due to a calf injury and is not able to be mobile in the pocket. This will be a huge disadvantage for the Green Bay Packers. They may not want to overwork Rodgers and will try to play the run with Eddy Lacy. Look for Dallas to stick with the ground and pound with Demarco Murray and air it out to Dez Bryant when they have to on 3rd downs. Update: Dallas Cowboys are winning 14-10 at home against the Green Bay Packers. It is looking like Dallas will pull out the win.