By Jerrell Richardson
Everyone saw this game coming, and it has finally arrived. When the season started, the only decision to be made when figuring out who would represent the NFC in the Super Bowl was if it would be the 49ers or Seahawks. Despite injuries hitting both rosters hard, the two NFC West foes delivered, each putting together spectacular bodies of work during the regular season and setting up this heavyweight battle.
Seattle finished the regular season with the best record in the NFC and one win behind them was San Francisco. The teams split the regular season series, with each holding serve on their home field and this game is about as even as it gets. With two of the best defenses in the league on the field this Sunday, the NFC Championship game will be a low scoring affair, but one that San Francisco can win…
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