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PFT Live: Conference championship preview, Adam Gase, PFT Planet calls and tweets

during their NFC Wild Card Playoff game at Bank of America Stadium on January 3, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Getty Images

We’re a bit more than 48 hours away from finding out who will be playing in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium and Friday’s PFT Live will be devoted to the two games on Sunday that will decide which two teams will play on.

Mike Florio will break down everything you need to know about the matchup in Denver between the Patriots and Broncos and the late game between the Cardinals and Panthers in Charlotte. We’ll talk about key players on both sides, any injuries that need to be monitored and much more during the show.

New Dolphins coach Adam Gase will also join the show to discuss his plans for getting the team to a point where they’ll be playing on a conference championship weekend.

As always, we also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app.

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6 Responses to “PFT Live: Conference championship preview, Adam Gase, PFT Planet calls and tweets”
  1. ampatsisahypocrite says: Jan 22, 2016 1:10 PM

    Think of the AFC this way:

    –The Steelers played New England without Bell and Bryant, and for all the slobbering over Brady after that game, only lost by a single score. That’s with two missed easy field goals, and Hey-Bey dipping his little toe out of bounds for no reason to turn a sure TD into a field goal. That’s ten points gifted to New England, or else the Steelers take that one. And again, that’s without Bell and Bryant, who would’ve killed New England’s so-so defense. The Steelers with Bell and Bryant win week one, and only injuries prevented the Steelers from playing this week in Foxborough and stomping out the Patriots.

    –The Steelers are the only team to put up more than 300 yards passing on Denver’s vaunted defense, which they did not once but TWICE. The first game, Ben simply fried their secondary with Brown on a tear. Denver lucked out not drawing Brown the second game but Ben STILL racked up the yardage. Denver got lucky not to face Brown, Bell and Williams and STILL barely squeaked by, trailing most of the game. Good luck Denver beating the Steelers when those guys are back in uniform.

    The true and rightful kings of the AFC will show themselves next season. The pretenders who have feasted on unearned breaks will fall like dominoes.

    Again, the future’s so bright… the Steelers gotta wear shades.

  2. firecracker87 says: Jan 22, 2016 1:25 PM

    ampatsisahypocrite says:
    Jan 22, 2016 1:10 PM

    Excuse me, i’m a LONG time fan of the Steelers, have been since as a kid watching them in the 70’s. But I don’t agree with your assessment. They had all the killer B’s in several games they should have won but lost. Explain that?

    Here is my explanation. Tomlin has all the chess pieces he needs but he’s not a very good chess player. It’s the only explanation. Think of it this way, what if Bill Belichick was the Steelers coach, do you think they’d be in the AFCCG this weekend? I would bet on it for sure.

  3. tweenthenumbahs says: Jan 22, 2016 1:25 PM

    Yeah…and IF I had chosen the correct powerball numbers, I would be rich!

  4. jag1959 says: Jan 22, 2016 1:38 PM

    ampatsisahypocrite says:
    Jan 22, 2016 1:10 PM
    The true and rightful kings of the AFC will show themselves next season. The pretenders who have feasted on unearned breaks will fall like dominoes.
    _____________________________

    Didn’t realize just how lucky every team that beat Pittsburgh must have been. In part I guess it’s because in addition to NE, KC, Cincy and Seattle it’s hard to think of Baltimore as having been particularly fortunate TWICE this season.

    Apparently Pittsburgh has added another river. Not only do the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio run through it but now so does Denial

  5. mototax says: Jan 22, 2016 1:59 PM

    You just gotta laugh at some people’s fantasies.

  6. ampatsisahypocrite says: Jan 22, 2016 6:15 PM

    mototax says:
    Jan 22, 2016 1:59 PM
    You just gotta laugh at some people’s fantasies.
    ———————————————

    “Fantasies”? Show me one point I made that isn’t 100 percent true.

    jag1959 says:
    Jan 22, 2016 1:38 PM

    Didn’t realize just how lucky every team that beat Pittsburgh must have been. In part I guess it’s because in addition to NE, KC, Cincy and Seattle it’s hard to think of Baltimore as having been particularly fortunate TWICE this season.

    Apparently Pittsburgh has added another river. Not only do the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio run through it but now so does Denial.
    ————————————————–

    New England I covered for getting the cheap unearned break of not facing Bell and Bryant and still losing if not for the Steelers handing back 10 points. Cincy LOST two out of three to the Steelers, and was behind in the third game before squeaking it out. KC played Landry Jones, gimmee a break. Baltimore played Vick the first game, and needed incredible luck to squeak by at the end. That leaves the second game, where the Steelers stunk up the joint.

    Thanks for proving my point.

    Denial isn’t a river, though the empty space between your ears could accommodate one.

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