The AFC and NFC championship games are set! In the biggest shocker so far in the NFL postseason the Jacksonville Jaguars punched their ticket to the AFC championship by defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers by the final score of 45-42 in front of a shocked crowd at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh, Pa. While both the Steelers and Jaguars are best for their strong defenses, this game was a shootout as these two teams combined for nearly 90 points and almost 1000 yards of offense! It looks like that big Pittsburgh vs New England title game will have to be put off for at least another year.

Jaguars brace for Brady, Patriots

Jacksonville deserves a ton of credit for going on the road and upsetting the heavily favored Steelers, but now comes the real challenge. It is hard enough to play back-to-back road games in the NFL, but to do it against the Steelers and Patriots will be a daunting task, to say the least.

New England has all the experience, championship rings, and the home field advantage. However, as the Jaguars just showed everyone on Sunday afternoon, any team can win on any given day. It will be interesting to see what happens in this matchup which will feature an NFL version of David vs. Goliath.

Saints, Vikings ends on final play

It was a barn burner between the New Orleans Saints and Minnesota Vikings and it was actually unfortunate to see one of these two teams have to lose. It was that close. In the end, the Vikings won the game on an unbelievable 61-yard touchdown pass from Case Keenum to Stefon Diggs. The Saints were stunned and the Vikings fans were shocked!

It was 4th down and 10 with just 10 seconds left on the clock. If you are on defense, you know something like this should never happen. That is the beauty of sports though.

All the Saints defense has to do is keep their man in front of them, tackle him and the clock runs out. For the Saints, it is a nightmare and for the Vikings, it is an unbelievable way to stay alive in the 2018 NFL playoffs.

Now, of the four remaining teams left in the postseason, three of them have never won a Super Bowl title.

Here is your NFL championship schedule, opening Vegas odds and current odds to win Super Bowl 52.

Sunday, January 21

AFC Championship: Jacksonville Jaguars at New England Patriots -- 3:05 p.m. ET -- CBS

Las Vegas odds: New England -10, Over/Under 47.5

NFC Championship: Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles -- 6:40 p.m. ET -- FOX

Las Vegas odds: Minnesota -2.5 Over/Under 46.5

Super Bowl 52 odds:

  • New England Patriots -- 6/5
  • Minnesota Vikings -- 7/4
  • Philadelphia Eagles -- 5/1
  • Jacksonville Jaguars -- 8/1