We’re down to a final four that features two number two seeds against two number six seeds. The Jets took care of the AFC’s number one seed in surprisingly easy style, and the Packers did the same in dispatching the number one seeded Falcons. Pittsburgh and Chicago held their home field against Baltimore and Seattle respectively, and will be rewarded with another game in their friendly confines. All four of the remaining teams have had to overcome major adversity at some point this season—the Jets were crushed by New England and followed that with a loss to Miami, while fellow AFC finalist Pittsburgh had to play the season’s first four games without their quarterback. Ravaged by injuries all season, Green Bay had to play key games without their concussed quarterback down the stretch, and the Bears looked like anything but a contender after they were embarrassed at the

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