The AFC and NFC Conference Championship are this weekend, and we’re giving you insight from our club’s contributors. Four teams have earned their way to compete for a Super Bowl. Check out what ASN’s writers have to say about the games.

Nick Simeone

Titans at Chiefs: Tennesse looks to build upon their Cinderella playoff run, as they come in as seven-point underdogs as Kansas City. Derrick Henry has been a man amongst boys as Tractorcito has rolled for 377 yards the past two weeks. I expect him to have a fantastic game again, as he has shown no signs of slowing down. He leads the league in rushing, yards after contact, yards against a stacked box. Simply put, Derrick Henry is a beast. With that being said, I think today marks the end of the Titans run. At a certain point, you need production out of your QB, and Tannehill will not get the job done today. Less than 100 yards passing won’t cut it at Arrowhead vs Patrick Mahomes and company. As we saw last week, they can put up points at will. They do not need a lot of time or even a lot of possessions to put up points, and they will avenge their Week 10 loss.

Prediction: Chiefs 38, Titans 24

Packers at 49ers: I think this game will be closer than the first game, as Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams are a lethal duo that will test the 49ers. However, I expect San Francisco to still get the job done. They match up well against Green Bay, with the best pass defense in the league and the fifth-most sacks in the NFL. On the other side of the ball, Shanahan as proven to be an elite offensive mind who has already been to a Super Bowl. The rushing duo of Coleman and Mostert will have success against the Packers’ 23rd ranked run defense. And just as he always does, Shanahan will build on the run game to see success from play action.

Prediction: 49ers 27, Packers 17

Brandon Chapman:

Titans at Chiefs: Another David vs Goliath story. This time it will not be Tom Brady involved in the story but Mike Vrabel and his Titans led by the powerhouse that is Derrick Henry. The Titans have steamrolled their way through the Patriots and Ravens and have to take out the 2nd seeded Chiefs on the road. They did it earlier in the year and I think it could and will be done again. Kansas City I believe is on cloud 9 right now after 51 points and a 24 point comeback against Houston and Derrick Henry will send them back to reality.

Prediction: Titans 24, Chiefs 10

Packers at 49ers: After watching the divisional between Seattle and Green Bay, it was clear to me that nobody in the NFC right now can contend with the 49ers. They just utilize so many ways to beat you such as Kittle as a blocker or Sanders on a deep crossing route. Expect Robert Saleh to dial-up constant blitzes and get Rodgers out of his rhythm. This will very much be like their week 12 encounter.

Prediction: 49ers 34, Packers 13

Cameron Ellinwood

Titans at Chiefs: The Titans are on a run at the right time and they look like a “team of destiny.” Nobody has been able to stop Derrick Henry and it seems like he gets stronger as the game goes on. The Chiefs gave up 4.9 yards per carry in the regular season and the way Derrick Henry looks right now, they may not stop him. The Titans will shorten the game and pull off the upset behind Derrick Henry, again.

Prediction: Titans 28, Chiefs 24

Packers at 49ers: The 49ers have been unstoppable this season led by their unbelievable defense. These two already played and the Niners ran the Packers out of Santa Clara, beating them 37-8. The 49ers are the best team in the league by far and should be able to win this handily. The Packers have nobody to cover Kittle who could have another big day. The 49ers are going to be in the backfield all-day which is going to knock Rodgers off his game.

Prediction: 49ers 31, Packers, 14

Zach Tartaglia

Titans at Chiefs: Tennessee’s playoff run has been incredible thus far, and there’s not a team in the league that can stop Derrick Henry right now. What Mike Vrabel has done this year after benching his “franchise QB” deserves Coach of the Year consideration, but to beat Kansas City at Arrowhead you need to keep pace with PAtrick Mahomes. As good as the running game has been for the Titans, I just don’t see Tannehill being able to hang in a back and forth game with last year’s MVP. Tennessee’s defense has done its job this postseason, but the Ravens did put up 530 yards of offense last week. Kansas City can do the same, but actually capitalize on their redzone chances.

Prediction: Chiefs 30, Titans 23

Packers at 49ers: This game without a doubt will be closer than their Week 12 meeting where San Francisco won by 29. I just don’t see Aaron Rodgers getting blown out in one of his last chances to make another Super Bowl. Green Bay’s defense has been playing great, and Davante Adams is much more healthy than he was in Week 12. While I expect a close game, I still think the 49ers playing at home gives them a slight edge. Their front seven will be able to contain Aaron Jones, force Rodgers to throw the ball 35 times, and get some key sacks.

Prediction: 49ers 26, Packers 21