NFC Championship Final – 49ers Take The Title And Are In The NFL 2013 Super Bowl!!!

[wp_ad_camp_1]The National Football Conference Championship (NFC) Final finished a few moments ago and San Francisco 49ers are the 2013 Title Holders!

The Falcons had an amazing game start trashing the 49ers 17-0 by 2nd quarter mid half.

The 49ers replied scoring 2 Touchdowns in the second quarter 2nd half, but the Falcons replied back also with a Touchdown just before 2nd quarter ended. They started the match 2nd half 10 points over 49ers.

American Football – Touchdown!

In the 3rd quarter the 49ers scored 1 touchdown (James) by minute 10 and balanced the game again to 21-24.

The last quarter started with this very open score and everything could happen by then.

But the 49ers made a great last quarter. They almost scored  a touchdown in minute 1:36 but Crabtree was fumbled at the 1 yard line by Nicholas. That play seemed to have saved the match for Falcons. But the 49ers rushed and rushed over the Falcons and 5 minutes after scored a 9 yard run Touchdown by Gore marking the final score at 28-24 after field conversion.

Although Quarterback’s own match was won by Ryan (317 yards and 3 touchdown passes) over Kaepernick (233 yards and 1 touchdown pass) the 49ers rushing pack was too much for the Falcons that lost the game in the last quarter as they did before against the Seahawks.

The 49ers booked their presence in the Super Bowl next February 3rd (New Orleans) and will now have to wait a few hours to know whether they will face the Patriots or the Ravens.

This result went along with our forecast. Let’s see if we also get it right in the American Football Conference (AFC).

NFL Conference Championships and Super Bowl: Updated Poll Results and Our Predictions

Patriots and Ravens will fight for the AFC Title also today: 6:30 PM ET or 1:30 AM CET (Monday already)

For now we update our Poll choices letting the Falcons go and will do it again after the AFC Title holder is known.

Votes will be open till next February 3rd.

In the meanwhile the Pro Bowl will take place next January 27th (5:00 PM ET or 10:00 PM CET). You can follow the live scoring in NFL’s website on:


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