Sports To Watch: NFL Championship Weekend

Hello Everyone! Long time no see!

I’m back with a quick glance at the top three things you should watch this weekend in the world of sports! This weekend, we have the return of primetime NBA games, and two huge NFL Championship games to decide who will go to the Superbowl this year.

Lets get started!


1. Cleveland takes on the San Antonio as the Lebron goes up against Kawai Leonard on the primetime stagelebron-kawhi

Time: January 21st, 2017 at 8:30p.m.

Channel: ABC and the WatchESPN app

Analysis: This is always a fun matchup to watch. In my opinion, Kawhi is the one guy defensively that can go toe-to-toe with King James and actually has the offensive firepower to back him into a corner. This game will be pegged as a possible Finals matchup and it should be because while everyone is jumping for joy in the Bay Area, they need to realize that San Antonio is pissed off and wants some recognition for being put on the back-burner in the realm of title contenders. Now while this game wont be the same as last year as there is no Tim Duncan and Tony Parker is a late scratch, expect a great game none the less.


2. The Georgia Dome hosts its final game as the Atlanta Falcons take on the bad man known as Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Title gameusatsi_8259859_168382939_lowres

Time: January 22nd, 2017 at 3:05p.m.

Channel: Fox

Analysis: This is going to be a barnburner. Matt Ryan is walking into Sunday’s game with the hottest offense in the league and the Packers defense is going to be spending all day trying to stop him. On the other side, the Falcons defense faces a man who is vying to be known as the greatest thrower of a football in the history of the NFL and if he is able to cap off his season with a win against this team, he just might claim that title. Expect a lot of great highlights, along with action that will be a great swan song for one of the greatest stadiums in NFL, NCAA, and WWE  history, the Georgia Dome.


3. The Killer B’s look to sting Tom Brady in a rematch of epic proportions for the AFC Crowni

Time: Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 6:45 p.m.

Channel: CBS

Analysis: I would expunge on what to look forward to in this game, but I feel like all I have to say is this:

Big Ben.
Antonio Brown vs Malcolm Butler.
Le’Veon Bell.
The Patriot Way.

Need I say more?


Well those are my sports to watch for this weekend, what are you looking forward to? Leave a comment and like down below. And come back next week as we will have more sports to watch.




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