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Let’s recap first shall we: Tom Brady gets another chance to lead the Patriots to the Super Bowl after earning his record 17th postseason victory in New England’s 41-28 victory over Houston Sunday. Brady even outdid his childhood hero, Joe Montana, and a fourth NFL championship would equal Montana’s haul.

Kaepernick passed for 263 yards and ran the San Francisco 49ers right back to the NFC Championship Game with a 45-31 win over Green Bay in an NFC divisional game Saturday night.

So there you have it… I’m not even going to entertain the other games because I’ve never been so sure of a Super Bowl matchup in my life. This has Patriots vs. 49ers all over it. I know it’s Ray Lewis’ last ride and they may be a team of destiny, but I’m taking the Patriots. Period.

Hit the jump to see Five Reasons Why it’s Pats vs. 49ers.. Period

5.) Patriots Home Field Advantage Plus Ravens Travel

I’m not a huge home-field advantage or traveling guy when it comes to evaluating games, but because it’s believed to be a factor we have to play it at five. The Ravens went to Denver, not come back and head up to New England. The only good news is they’re use to the cold weather. Other than that the Pats have the home field advantage and advantage of sleeping in their own beds for two weeks.





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