On Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers visit Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to play the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFC Championship game with the winner moving on to Super Bowl LVII. San Francisco reached the conference Championship game after defeating the Dallas Cowboys 19-12 in the divisional round. San Francisco's defense came up big, holding Dallas to 282 yards of total offense and forcing a pair of interceptions, including one late in the first half that ended a Dallas drive in the red zone.
After two games of the postseason, San Francisco quarterback Brock Purdy has passed for 546 yards with three touchdowns. The leading rusher is Christian McCaffrey with 154 yards and one touchdown while Deebo Samuel is the leading receiver with 178 yards and one touchdown reception. San Francisco's defense is led by linebacker Dre Greenlaw with 17 tackles while Fred Warner has 15. The 49ers have four quarterback sacks and three interceptions in two postseason games.
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Philadelphia received a bye in the opening round of the NFC playoffs and followed that with a 38-7 victory over the New York Giants this past Sunday in the NFC divisional round. Philadelphia's defense came up big in the victory holding New York to 227 yards of total offense. Philadelphia’s offense gained 416 yards against the Giants defense in a game that was over by halftime when Philadelphia led 28-0.
After one game of the postseason, Philadelphia quarterback Jalen Hurts has passed for 154 yards with two touchdowns. Kenneth Gainwell has rushed for 112 yards and one touchdown, while Miles Sanders has 90 yards rushing. DeVonta Smith is the leading receiver with 61 yards and one touchdown reception. On defense, four players each have five tackles to lead Philadelphia. In the opening game of the postseason, Philadelphia had five quarterback sacks and one interception.