It’s time for the NFL Championship round, as we see who will punch their ticket to the Super Bowl and which teams will be sent home.

Here are the NFL Championship Round picks by Adrian Broaddus and Sal Montes:

(2) New England at (1) Kansas City

Adrian Broaddus: Should the Patriots beat the Chiefs, New England would join Buffalo (1990-93) and Miami (1971-73) as the only teams in the Super Bowl era to appear in three consecutive Super Bowls. But it’s in Arrowhead, they’re taking on the league’s MVP in Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid is hungry for a title. However, the “nobody believes in us” mantra that New England is riding will push them over the edge and get them the (close) win. New England 24 - Kansas City 20

Sal Montes: What we have here is basically The Best Ever and The Next Best Up. The Patriots are in familiar territory again by making the AFC Title game but this time the Chiefs have the “upper-hand” in the eyes of Vegas and analytics lover. The most important stat is Brady & The Pats are 10-0 against first-year playoff quarterbacks. Make it 11-0 after Kansas City gets a huge lead early and takes their foot off the gas. The last thing you’d ever want to do is give Brady & Belichick more fuel to the fire. New England 36 - Kansas City 24

(2) Los Angeles Rams at (1) New Orleans

Adrian Broaddus: Everyone has been talking all week how the running backs will be the deciding factor of this game, but what about the two quarterbacks? One is a future Hall of Famer, while the other is a novice in the sport thus far. But what puts the Rams into a league of their own is their defense, which has to be the most talented left in the championship round. Los Angeles, this is your time to belong. Rams 31 - Saints 30

Sal Montes: I’ve never felt sorrier for defenses than I currently do for this game. Los Angeles has Jared Goff and it’s safe to say that of the four remaining starting QB’s it is he who fans have the least faith in. Goff might not have the arm or big-time stats in the likes of Brady, Mahomes and Brees but he does have the best running back in Gurley and the best defensive player in the game in Donald. It will come down to experience in the end and who better than #9 to march his Saints into the endzone for the final score of an absolute air raid? Drewvenile all the way in this one in DrewOrleans, DrewBreesiana. Saints 51 - Rams 47