NFC seattle 28, green bay 22 (OT)

The NFC North champion Packers and their gimpy but gutty QB, Aaron Rodgers, had been the better team for most of three quarters. But they left the door open just enough for the Seahawks, who overcame four Russell Wilson interceptions to erase a 12-point deficit in the final four minutes and win 28-22 in overtime in the NFC Championship Game in Seattle, giving them a chance to repeat as Super Bowl champs. C5

AFC New england 45, indianapolis 7

There was no upsetting the old order in Foxborough, Mass. Bill Belichick won his NFL-record 21st postseason game and the Patriots got three touchdown passes from Tom Brady, who will head to Glendale, Ariz., to start his sixth Super Bowl. Indianapolis' Andrew Luck remains an elite quarterback still seeking his first shot at a ring after losing to the New England for the fourth time in his young career. C5

Super Bowl XLIX Seattle vs. New England

5:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1 • University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, Ariz. • TV: Ch. 11