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Biggest questions headed into NFL conference title games

What's the latest on Jordy Nelson? Can the Steelers pressure Tom Brady? Here are the top questions facing each team heading into the NFC and AFC Championship Games.

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Driver explains difference between Favre and Rodgers (0:51)
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1 Big Thing: Brown's post an act of football treason (3:05)
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Clark: Rodgers is the best QB I've ever seen (1:08)
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Fair to compare Rodgers to MJ? (2:10)
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Stephen A. declares the Cowboys' season a 'catastrophic failure' (1:48)
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McConaughey says Redskins need a culture change (1:38)
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Texans have to be willing to cut bait with Osweiler (1:28)
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Latest Super Bowl 51 odds

Chalk presents the latest odds for all four NFL playoff teams to win Super Bowl 51, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. The New England Patriots are the favorites at 5-4.

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This postseason marks the third time in the last 40 seasons that all four teams in the conference championships rank in the top 10 in both scoring offense and total offense (1998, 1992).

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger to 93.7 The Fan on Antonio Brown's Facebook feed: "It's an unfortunate situation that we've got to deal with right now,. That's a sacred place where things are said and hugs and tears, and it's kind of a special place. So a little disappointed with AB for that…Coach talks and then I talk, and you just don't want everyone to know what's going on in there with the family. And also, I wish AB would have been listening to Coach and myself instead of being on the other side of the locker room filming."

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James Harrison led the Steelers with 5 sacks this season. The 2008 Cardinals are the only team since sacks became official (1982) to reach the Super Bowl in a 16-game season without having a player with more than 5 sacks.

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Forty-six years ago today, the Colts won Super Bowl V. Jim O'Brien kicked the game-winning field goal and Chuck Howley was the MVP with two interceptions.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones wasn't ready to get into what will happen with Tony Romo when speaking on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. "We've got a lot to think about here, but that's in the future," Jones said, adding that he believes Romo will play in a Super Bowl if he can remain healthy.