Jan 13, 2015 11:26 AM
The New England Patriots will head to the AFC championship game in Foxborough on Sunday.
I think the record's broken.
I'm not sure which is more impressive, quarterback Tom Brady's five super bowl appearances or his nine AFC title games.
Either way, New England is heading to its fourth straight AFC championshp game squaring off against Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.
The beauty of 21st-century technology has enabled us to see the twitter reactions and predictions for the game from fans and analysts alike.
NFL Network anchor Alex Flanagan tweeted: "@Alex_Flanagan: Seattle and patriots are looking pretty good right now as SB favorites"
Former Mass. Sen. Mo Cowan tweeted: "@mocowan: #PeytonManning is a great QB. But can we all now admit that when it matters most #TomBrady has been/continues to be greater? @Patriots"
However, Alex Speier of the Boston Globe wrote an article about possible concerns with the Patriots' Super Bowl hopes on Monday referencing the way Ravens' quarterback Joe Flacco picked apart the New England defense early in the AFC divisional game.
The Patriots defeated the Colts when the teams met on Nov. 16 by a score of 42-20.
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