NFL GAMES TODAY
January 23, 2011 by staff
NFL GAMES TODAY, (CP) – The NFL Final Four has a strong link with the big game; the first champion (Packers) to the winner of the game may be the most significant (Jets). And maybe the best team in the Super Bowl (1985 Bears) to the franchise’s most dominant at the time (Steelers).
Any match in Dallas next month will include a lot of history. So much so that Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy said to want to put up a picture of the Packers on the wall next to the other championship teams – including the winners of the first two Super Bowls (1966 and 67 seasons) and the 1996 team.
“We never lost sight because he is always behind me every day when I talk to the team,” said McCarthy’s Packers, who face 90 years, rival Chicago at Soldier Field on Sunday for the NFC title. “I stressed that we are again … half way. We talked about 16 / 4 as a football team. We have completed eight of them. And we need to capture these four Chicago, and it puts us closer to the image on the wall.
Where is the best place to watch the matches on Sunday NFL conference championship?
At home. Or in a sunny place like Honolulu … because the weather in both games today will be icy at best.
Neither Chicago (site of the Packers-Bears NFC tilt) nor Pittsburgh (site of the puck Jets-Steelers AFC) is provided to a temperature above 19 degrees on Sunday.
There is little chance of inclement weather or snow and winds should not be a factor in two places. But freezing temperatures are insured.
Details on each city: Chicago: A temperature of 18 degrees is expected to kick off 15 hours EST, and will fall to about 15 hours to 18 hours EST. wind chill factor will drop the temperature feel about 7-9 degrees. It is planned to be quite clear, with only a 10-20% chance of precipitation.
Pittsburgh: At 6:30 p.m. ET kickoff, the temperature should be around 15 degrees. It will fall to 12 degrees by 10 pm ET, and the wind chill it will feel about 5 degrees during the game Overcast skies are expected, but there is a 0% chance of precipitation.
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