Chicago, IL. (WHBL-Learfield) - The Green Bay Packers could become only the second number-six seed to make it to the Super Bowl. In order to do that, they'll have to beat a strong Chicago Bears team on its home field. The Packers will follow the lead of quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He hit 31-of-36 passes last week for 366 yards in a 48-21 romp over Atlanta. Rodgers has thrown 22 touchdown passes and only two interceptions in his last nine games. He has won four of six starts against Chicago in his career. Meanwhile, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has played very well, but he has lost four of his five meetings against Green Bay and Rodgers. Packer cornerback Tramon Williams has had a good playoff run, too, with three interceptions in the last two games -- one returned for a touchdown.
Coverage of the NFC Championship game on WHBL begins at 1pm with kickoff scheduled for 2pm. Following that game, WHBL will also air the AFC Championship game between the Jets and the Steelers.