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PFT on NBCSN: Conference championship recap

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We finally know who will be facing off in Super Bowl XLVIII.

It will be the Broncos and the Seahawks at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, which means we have two weeks to talk about the matchup between Peyton Manning and the Seattle defense, the largest age gap between starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl history, the weather on February 2 and everything else even tangentially related to the big game.

Before we kick all of that off, though, we’ll take some time to look back at how Denver and Seattle advanced to the title game. Erik Kuselias, Mike Florio, Shaun King and Ross Tucker will all be on hand to break down all the biggest moments from Sunday’s two conference championship games. We’ll have the key plays, heroes, goats and all the rest from a memorable day in the NFL.

Denver’s Shaun Phillips, a New Jersey native who’s heading home for the Super Bowl, will be today’s guest.

It all gets started at 5:30 p.m. ET on NBCSN.

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3 Responses to “PFT on NBCSN: Conference championship recap”
  1. thegreatgabbert says: Jan 20, 2014 5:11 PM

    Largest age difference and height difference as well. Peyton won’t be able to find Tattoo in the crowd at the end of the game.

  2. rickyspanish says: Jan 20, 2014 5:25 PM

    Will you talk about that big meanie Richard Sherman? He ruined my life with a 30 second interview. My sensibilities have been irreparably damaged. I don’t know how I can go on.

    What a bunch of moralizing babies you all are. You interview an impassioned person moments after he solidified a Super Bowl berth for his team. It’s going to be emotional. If you’re so hurt by the man’s comments, maybe you should stick with Dr Seuss books, at least he never ruined anyone’s life.

    Go cross your arms and puff out your lower lip.

  3. rn1997 says: Jan 20, 2014 7:43 PM

    If it wasn’t a big deal then why has Sherman now apologized for it??? And Pete Carroll said; “We try to stick to Rule No. 1 which is always protect the team. It’s the rule we live by. You always represent us. In a time like that one, it was a little bit representing yourself.” I’m sure Sherman isn’t sorry for WHAT he said but the way he came across & how it took the focus off his great play & teammates. It was a SELFISH move; sounds like PC thought so too.

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