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Here come the playoffs

Tom Brady in the divisional playoff game
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Once again the football playoffs are here and the predictions by fans, broadcasters and journalists of which two teams will move on into the Superbowl will be made. The AFC and the NFC will declare the winners of their divisions and those final two teams will face off on February 2, 2014 in the Superbowl. After all the games, the final four teams left to battle are, the New England Patriots, the Denver Broncos, The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers.

In the AFC game, the focus of the headline news will be the ongoing battle between the quarterbacks when Peyton Manning and Tom Brady face-off again in the championship game. The Commentators of the game will discuss which of the quarterbacks is better of the two and not focus on the game itself. With the recent running game the Patriots have displayed, the Patriots may be heading back to the Superbowl again this year.

Over in the NFC, the Seahawks will face the 49ers and with the recent plays by each team the game will be close. Both teams have played well and have come from behind at times to win respectable games. Over the past few weeks, the television advertisements seem to be favoring the Seahawks with placement of t-shirt on bar drinkers to jerseys on celebrity website endorsements.

Lately the commentators of the games will make their favorites to win obvious when reviewing the plays and discussing one team over the other no matter which team scored the points. Years ago the commentators of the football game would review the plays on the field and discuss what each team did well or did not do well.

In the end two teams will emerge victorious.

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