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Look for Patriots-Packers Super Bowl

Ric Tapia/NFL

With the coaching carousel moving in a rapid motion, the playoffs have taken a back seat.

Get refocused and buckle up.

Two teams playing this weekend will be competing on Championship Sunday, while four teams playing this weekend don't have a prayer. Did I mention that a No. 1 seed will lose next week?

As a football fan, my dream matchups in the conference title games also happen to be my predictions.

The Denver Broncos and New England Patriots are on a collision course in the AFC, with no other team having a chance to disrupt the party. You can just fast forward to Jan. 20 in Denver.

Meanwhile, on the NFC...

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