The Patriots booked the record ninth Super Bowl title shot after a 36-17 smooth victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers.
All-time best quarterback Tom Brady threw for three touchdowns which include a playoff best of 384 yards for team’s ninth straight win.
Further, Wide receiver Chris Hogan snatched two touchdowns, and Julian Edelman converted eight receptions.
Four-time champions New England will look forward to taking away their fifth NFL title in Houston. Moreover, with Brady on board at quarterback and Bill Belichick as head coach, who will lead the team into the showdown for the seventh time under his guidance, action-packed Sunday awaits folks!
Quarterback Matt Ryan and Atlanta Falcons entered into the 2016 season title shot after annihilating the Green Bay Packers 44-21.
The Dirty Birds, posted touchdowns on all three of their possessions in the second half and four consecutive possessions in the game. Consequently, winning their second-ever NFC title on the Georgia Dome.
Matt Ryan was aggressive from the very start. He threw for 4 touchdowns and ran for another to beat the Packers in their second NFC Championship game.
Around half-time, Ryan threw a five-yard touchdown pass to Julio Jones to convert a 73-yard touchdown giving the Falcons a 24-0 lead.
However, the Packers sliced the Falcons lead to 44-21 after a one-yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers to tight end Jared Cook in the last seven mins.
Falcons showed their dominance on the offense as well as in the defense throughout the game.