What the 2014 NFC Championship Game Means to Both Cities

The Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers  have made it to the NFC Championship Game, this is the third match-up of the current seasn between these two teams. This means that arguably the two best teams in the NFL are facing off against each other two see who plays the winner of the Patriots/Broncos game in the Super Bowl.

Now both fan bases are at each others throats in the build up to this Sunday’s match-up. Between the two fan bases, the trash talk has been ratcheted up to a degree that is a slightly above insane. As a result, the internet — mainly social media — has become extremely difficult to navigate for those who don’t want to see internet tough guys yelling at each other.

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2 responses to “What the 2014 NFC Championship Game Means to Both Cities

  1. I am currently enjoying the anticipation of this week to be capped off by what’s bound to be two incredible games on Sunday.

    This couldn’t have been scripted any better.

    • Neil Roberts

      It is definitely going to be an interesting weekend for football fans in general. The contrast in styles between the NFC and the AFC Title Games is going to be jarring to some.

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