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    The Green Bay Packers travel west to take on the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship game this Sunday.
    It will be a matchup of the team with the second-best playoff winning percentage (Green Bay, 35–22, .614) and the team with the third-best winning percentage (San Francisco, 31–20, .608) in NFL history.
    This is only the second time the two teams have faced each other in the NFC Championship, with the Packers winning, 23–10, at the 49ers in the 1997 season.
    The Packers and 49ers have met seven times in the postsesaon (all since the 1995 season) and Green Bay holds a 4–3 advantage in the playoff series. This eighth meeting will tie for the most playoff games the Packers have played against one team (Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants).
    The eight posteseason contests between Green Bay and San Francisco will tie for the second most in NFL history behind the Cowboys-Rams (nine), according to the Elias Sports Bureau.
    The last postseason meeting between the two clubs was in the 2013 season, a 23–20 win by San Francisco in Green Bay.
    This will be the first postseason game between the two at San Francisco since 2012. The Packers are 2–2 in playoff games at the 49ers.
    Two of the last four postseason meetings between Green Bay and San Francisco have been decided by three points.
    This will be just the second time the Packers have been a part of a postseason game featuring two teams that both won 13-plus regular-season games. The other instance was at the 49ers in the 1997 NFC Championship when both teams posted 13–3 regular-season records like this season.
    BACK IN THE NFC CHAMPIONSHIP
    Sunday will be the eighth time Green Bay has played in the NFC title contest since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger.
    This will be Green Bay’s third NFC Championship appearance since 2014 (2014, 2016), the most in the NFC over that span. No other NFC team has advanced to the conference title game more than once since 2014.
    The team’s first appearance in the NFC Championship came in 1995, when it traveled to Dallas. Green Bay held a fourth-quarter lead, but the Cowboys used two fourth-quarter rushing touchdowns from Emmitt Smith to end Green Bay’s season for the third straight year.
    The Packers reached the NFC title game again the following year, hosting the first title game at Lambeau Field since the ‘Ice Bowl.’ The Packers overcame two early deficits to defeat the Panthers, 30–13, for their first Super Bowl appearance in 29 years. They would go on to beat New England in the Super Bowl.
    In ’97, the Packers reached the title game for the third consecutive season, this time traveling to San Francisco. Green Bay built a comfortable 13–3 lead on a rain-soaked afternoon in an eventual 23–10 win as it bounced the 49ers from the playoffs for the third straight year.
    In ’07, the Packers hosted the Giants in the third-coldest contest in championship game history with a game-time temperature of minus-1 and wind chill of minus-23. Lawrence Tynes sent New York to the Super Bowl with a 47-yard field goal in overtime for the Giants’ 23–20 victory.
    In the ’10 NFC Championship, Green Bay beat longtime division rival Chicago, 21–14. In a game that included five interceptions, Packers DT B.J. Raji helped seal the victory with an 18-yard interception return for a touchdown that put Green Bay up, 21–7, with just over six minutes remaining. The Packers went on to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers for the club’s fourth Super Bowl and 13th NFL championship.
    The Packers played at Seattle in the 2014 NFC Championship. After Green Bay took a 16–0 lead into halftime, the Seahawks outscored the Packers, 22–6, in the second half to force OT, and won on the first possession of extra time, 28–22.
    Green Bay’s last NFC Championship appearance came in 2016 at Atlanta, where the Packers fell to the Falcons, 44–21.
    FOX Sports, now in its 26th season as an NFL network television partner, will broadcast the game.
    Play-by-play man Joe Buck joins analyst Troy Aikman with Erin Andrews and Chris Myers reporting from the sidelines.
    Milwaukee’s WTMJ (620 AM), airing Green Bay games since November 1929, heads up the Packers Radio Network that is made up of 50 stations in four states. Wayne Larrivee (play-by-play), two-time Packers Pro Bowler Larry McCarren (analyst) and three-time Packers Pro Bowler and two-time All-Pro John Kuhn (sideline) will call the action. McCarren first joined the team’s broadcasts in 1995 and enters his 25th season calling Packers games. After originally being paired together in 1999, McCarren and Larrivee enter their 21st season of broadcasts together. They surpassed Jim Irwin and Max McGee for the most regular-season and postseason games broadcast for the Packers with 313 at the 2018 season opener against Chicago.
    The broadcast is also available on Sirius Satellite Radio (WTMJ feed).
    Westwood One will air the game across the country. Kevin Kugler (play-by-play) and Kurt Warner (analyst) will call the action with Ross Tucker (sideline) while Scott Graham will host pregame and halftime shows.
    THE DOPE ON THIS WEEK’S OPPONENT:
    Packers vs. 49ers:
    THE PACKERS-49ERS SERIES
    Originally dating back to 1950, the series featured two games per season from 1953–66 with the teams trading dominant stretches.
    San Francisco won 13 times in a span of 15 games between 1950–58, while the Packers won 10 of 11 games between 1959–64.
    In more recent times, the series has been noted for its postseason clashes, including several defining moments in Packers history. Green Bay’s 27–17 triumph in the 1995 NFC Divisional playoff was considered the breakthrough victory that established the Packers as an elite team for the next several years. The Packers also won the next two postseason meetings, a 35–14 home victory in the 1996 NFC Divisional playoff en route to the Super Bowl XXXI title, and a 23–10 win at San Francisco in the 1997 NFC Championship game.
    The two teams met in the playoffs for a fourth straight season in 1998, with the 49ers winning, 30–27, on QB Steve Young’s last-second TD pass to WR Terrell Owens.
    The clubs faced off in the playoffs in back-to-back seasons (2012–13), with San Francisco coming away with wins in both.
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