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Sunday Predictions: Who Moves On, Who Goes Home

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With two games remaining this weekend, the participants for next weekend's conference championship games will be determined later this evening with the Houston Texans and Baltimore Ravens kicking off the day, closed by the New York Giants and Green Bay Packers.

If the Packers win, they'll host the San Francisco 49ers. If the New York Giants win, the 49ers will host the NFC Championship game. Not matter what happens between the Ravens and Texans, the winner will play at Foxboro against the New England Patriots for the AFC Championship.

After Jason and Josh went 1-1 on Saturday, we make our predictions for the final set of Sunday's games.

Houston Texans At The Baltimore Ravens

Two teams that the Cincinnati Bengals are very familiar with kicks off the opening game during Sunday's divisional round. The Texans, who beat the Bengals 31-10 during the opening weekend last Saturday, will host the Ravens who beat the Texans 29-14 earlier this year.

Josh: Texans
Jason: Ravens

Green Bay Packers Host The New York Giants

Much is being speculated that the New York Giants could actually upset the Green Bay Packers. And maybe it's possible, considering that the Giants have taken part of major upsets in the past. And maybe it has something to do with the Packers escaping out with a win (38-35) when both teams faced each other in week 13, which required a last minute drive by Aaron Rodgers and a game-winning Mason Crosby field goal as time expired.

Additionally the Giants simply punished the Atlanta Falcons 24-2 last weekend, shutting out an offense that featured Michael Turner, Julio Jones and Roddy White.

Josh: Packers
Jason: Packers

Now it's your turn. Who wins, who goes home?