My Pick: Green Bay over Atlanta
It's hard to go against Aaron Rodgers right now. He always finds a way to get a first down and his O-Line allows him so much time to find his receivers (he takes an average of 2.87 seconds, one of the longest in the NFL). Rodgers has made it to the Super Bowl before and good experience counts for something.
Defense on both sides is not too strong so big plays will be given up but I think Green Bay has the advantage of creating those big plays. They beat the best team in the regular season last week! They do not care about the team with the most points in the NFL!
May the best offense win (that goes for all teams left) and I believe that Rodgers will prevail in the last game in the Georgia Dome.
My Pick: New England over Pittsburgh
Again, it's very hard to go against Tom Brady in the playoffs (23 wins now!). Both teams are on winning streaks but I think Pittsburgh's will end on Sunday night.
Ben Roethlisberger and his offense were unable to score in the end zone last week, but they still managed to win. Think that will fly with a high-scoring New England offense? Nope.
Pittsburgh could have a decent defense but New England beat the top defense in the NFL last week so that won't scare them too much. Pittsburgh needs a stronger case to beat one of the best teams in the NFL.
Tom Brady will continue his dominance and seek a new ring for his last finger on his hand.