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Courtesy of Yahoo Sports
While the Patriots are in their NFL-record seventh straight conference championship, the Jaguars, Eagles and Vikings are appearing in conference title games for the first time in years.
The Jaguars have made only two previous AFC championship appearances — in 1996 and 1999. They lost both, but this year's group is confident it can pull off another upset following last weekend's surprise 45-42 divisional win at Pittsburgh.
The Eagles and Vikings have a combined six Super Bowl appearances between them but no championships in the Super Bowl era. The winner of Sunday's NFC championship will hope to rectify that.
The Eagles last appeared in the conference title game following the 2008 season, when they lost to Kurt Warner's Cardinals. The Vikings are in the playoffs for just the third time since Brett Favre led them to the NFC championship game in 2009.

NFL conference championship picks, predictions

Jaguars (12-6) at Patriots (14-3)

3:05 p.m. ET, Sunday, (NBC)
If there's one thing Bill Belichick and his Patriots coaching staff do better than any other team, it's putting together a solid game plan. Jacksonville's 45-42 victory in Pittsburgh was certainly an eye opener.
"Very impressive," Belichick said of the Jaguars win. "They did a great job. They do a lot of things well, play good defense, can rush the passer, can stop the run, turn the ball over, can run the ball, have a lot of explosive players in the passing game, they're good in the kicking game, they're very aggressive in the kicking game. They're well coached. I know that, for sure. They've handled the situations that have come up in those games very well — fourth-and-1 in the first quarter, things like that. They've really done a good job, so yeah, it's impressive."
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles has made plays with his legs the last two weeks, something that Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia said makes the Jaguars a "very dangerous group."
While the Jaguars have been impressive in beating the Bills and Steelers, the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots present their biggest challenge.
Bortles has been far too inconsistent throwing the ball to trust the Jaguars at Gillette Stadium against a seasoned team like the Patriots, even with QB Tom Brady nursing a sore throwing hand.
Prediction Patriots 24, Jaguars 9

Vikings (14-3) at Eagles (14-3)

6:40 p.m., Sunday (Fox)
Vikings quarterback Case Keenum and Eagles QB Nick Foles started the 2017 season as valued backups but hardly players expected to be in the position they'll be in Sunday: each having a shot to lead his team to a Super Bowl.
Both will face dominant defensive lines able to force pressure without help from linebackers or defensive backs, meaning they'll face seven- or eight-man coverages. Foles has been inconsistent since taking over for Carson Wentz, but Keenum has shown an uncanny knack for buying time in the pocket, having been sacked only 22 times. He could pick on the Eagles' occasionally spotty pass defense.
The Eagles have a good defense. The Vikings have a great defense. And against Philadelphia's struggling offense, Minnesota's "D" will lead the team to its first Super Bowl since 1976 — to be played in its own stadium, no less, a first in the Super Bowl era.
Prediction Vikings 24, Eagles 17

NO presents under the Tree for The Rockets

After going on a 14 game winning streak the Rockets lost its third consecutive game.
Probably one of the most entertaining games of the day, it was back to back war on the court. The highest any team led by was about eight points and every possession crucially counted. 
The game started off as a battle between Adams and Capela.  Not only missing last Friday’s game he also missed 2 crucial Free throws in the 4th.  even though ended the game with 19 points and 10 rebounds, he has to work diligently on knocking down those free throws. Somebody bring Olajuwan in the help this kid. He is a terror down in the paint but a terrible at the line. If he gets that mastered, owweee, watch out! Capela is force in the making.
Both teams entered the fourth quarter at 88 a piece. The defense began to get tough like over cooked turkey on Thanksgiving day. The OKC crowd got super rowdy. OThe Thunder went on a 9-2 run for about three minutes to the lead by four. 
With the tennis match of trading shot back and forth, Capela and Ariza  missing key shots, the Rockets went on to lose 107-112 without CP3. Hopefully Chris Paul will be back for the game against Boston to end the losing streak. 

The Grinch Stole Christmas @ NRG

Big Ben threw for 226 yards and two touchdowns, for the Steelers to clinched a first-round playoff bye with a 34-6 win over the Texans on Monday in Houston.
Poor gameplay by Texans allowed The Steelers to lead 20-0 at halftime after taking advantage of two turnovers by the Texans. Le'Veon Bell put up a 10-yard TD run late in the third quarter and the rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster made it 34-6 with an 18-yard touchdown grab in the fourth.
Bell finished with 14 carries for 69 yards and Smith-Schuster had six receptions for 75 yards. The Texans defense seemed non-existent.  With loss of not having Watt, Mercilus with the recent return of Cushing, Clowney cant do it by himself. The Texans really need to strongly thin k of 2018 season to better prepare for injuries. 
When looked throughout the NRG stadium, you saw the EXTREME takeover of "Terrible Towels" take over the seats. It was actually depressing to see you home stadium filled with more opponent fans than your own home fans. The Texans organization really needs to take note of this. And Im pretty sure the players seeing that was a morale blow as well. 
Back to gameplay,  T.J. Yates completed seven of 16 pass completions for 83 yards and a touchdown for the Texans. Yates made his second straight start since Tom Savage sustained a concussion.
I dont know if the team is cursed but to see Yates leave the game briefly on Monday to be evaluated for a concussion was rough. With the tean already plagued at the QB position, to see your 3rd string get on a concussion protocol is tough. And  to make matters worst, or throw more salt in the wound the  replacement,Taylor Heinicke, comes in and sustains a concussion on his only full possession. 
The only magical event in the NRG stadium yesterday was the AMAZING catch by D-Hop in the corner of the endzone in the fourth. Hopkins deflected the ball with his right hand, brought it in with his left and planted both feet right before falling out of bounds for his NFL-best 13th touchdown reception. Even though that was DOPE catch of the game. It wasnt enough for the Texans. They fell to the Steelers 34-6.