For the second time in as many years, the Green Bay Packers will be playing for a conference championship next weekend. For the first time since 1994, the Buffalo Bills will be there, too.
Saturday’s NFL Divisional Round kicked off with the Packers storming their way to the NFC title game with a 32-18 victory over the Los Angeles Rams. It’s the Packers’ fifth time playing for a Super Bowl appearance since Aaron Rodgers took over as starting quarterback.
On Saturday, he looked as unstoppable as ever. The Bills weren’t far behind.
With a convincing win over the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo exorcised nearly 30 years of playoff demons. The Bills will look to earn a Super Bowl berth for the first time since losing four straight title games from 1991-94.