Conference Championship Picks

01/19/2013

And so it’s all come down to this… Conference Championship Week in the NFL and a spot in Super Bowl XLVII on the line in the NFC and the AFC. All year we’ve been having five of our expert NFL analysts pick each and every game. With just three left in the season, here are the overall standings:

  1. Mark Malone, 174-90
  2. Boomer Esiason, 172-92
  3. Trent Green, 171-91
  4. James Lofton, 168-96
  5. Tony Boselli, 161-103

In the postseason, however, James Lofton has been the most accurate. James’ strategy of sticking with the home teams has led to a 6-2 mark. So what did James do this week? Stuck to his plan. Here are the rest of our guys’ Conference Championship Weekend picks:

Game

Boomer

Esiason

James

Lofton

Mark

Malone

Tony

Boselli

Trent

Green

San Francisco @ Atlanta

49ers

Falcons

49ers

49ers

Falcons

Baltimore @ New England

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

Patriots

LAST WEEK

1-3

3-1

1-3

2-2

2-2

PLAYOFF RECORD

3-5

6-2

4-4

3-5

3-5

OVERALL RECORD

172-92 (.652)

168-96 (.636)

174-90 (.659)

161-103 (.610)

171-93 (.648)

Each week you can match wits with our NFL experts by seeing who they think will win each game. We’ll keep a running total of records throughout the year, so check back every week to see how your favorite Westwood One Sports analyst is doing.

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