There were then four. We still have a lot riding on these conference championship games, even though the Pittsburgh Steelers didn't make the playoffs this year. 

The San Francisco 49ers go to face the Philadelphia Eagles for the chance to win the NFC championship, 

while the Kansas Chiefs host the Cincinnati Bengals for a chance to represent the AFC.

With the Bengals' victory over the Buffalo Bills, we went three for four last week, but we're back for payback. 

First, Jalen Hurts and the Eagles will face Brock Purdy and the Niners in the NFC. 

Give me the home team with the better quarterback, all else being equal, and I'll stick with my preseason Super Bowl prediction of the Eagles.

The AFC presents a few more challenges. The Chiefs are the team to beat, at least on paper. 

The Chiefs are playing fantastic football, and Arrowhead is an insane environment to play. 

But because the Bengals are playing so well and because Patrick Mahomes is a little groggy from a sprained ankle,

I feel like I have to change my preseason prediction of Kansas City and choose the dreaded Bengals instead.

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