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Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

ViewFromVegas of NFC and AFC Championship Games (as of 7:15 a.m. ET Saturday): Atlanta is up to a 5.5-point home favorite at the majority of Vegas sports books (Westgate, Caesars and CG Technology have gone to -6, which is the most common line offshore). The over/under averages 61 points though several books have been bet up to 61.5. New England is a 6-point home favorite over Pittsburgh at all 13 Vegas books on the Don Best odds screen. The over/under is still mostly 51 in Vegas (though 5 of 13 books have dipped to 50.5).

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Aaron Rodgers: "Can't help but think about what it would feel like to be leading when the clock hits zero and you're going to Houston."

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Aaron Rodgers: "Theres an expectation outside of the building that they're going to win. So I like our role and I like our chances."

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Chargers finalist for DC job that went to Gus Bradley was their DB coach Ron Milus. Had Bradley not opted for Chargers, Milus was their man.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

A sampling of James Harrison from Friday's locker room: "Anybody can be rattled if you hit 'em." "Everything up until now is a waste if we don't put in the amount of work (and advance)." "I'm not a really emotional person." "If I didn't (like my team), I damn sure wouldn't tell you. But I do. I like where it's at." "Stay calm." "There's only one successful team. That's the one holding the Lombardi."

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Bucs wide receiver Keenan McCardell has been named the wide receivers coach for the Jaguars. He spent the 2014 and 2015 seasons coaching receivers at Maryland and prior to that, coached receivers for the Redskins.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions players voted Matthew Stafford the team's offensive MVP and Glover Quin the team's defensive MVP. Both awards make sense as they were Detroit's two best players in 2016 (other than the specialists, Sam Martin and Matt Prater, who were among the best in the NFL at their positions).