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The KHQ/SWX Newsroom Predicts The NFL's Championship Weekend

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Chauncey Jones shows off his best Colin Kaepernick pose and predicts the 49ers will win this weekend. Chauncey Jones shows off his best Colin Kaepernick pose and predicts the 49ers will win this weekend.
SWX's Neil Stover and Michelle Dapper went around the KHQ/SWX newsroom to gather the "media's" opinion of who was going to win this Sunday's AFC and NFC Championship game between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, respectively.

With the majority of the studio supporting the Seahawks its no surprise they are the odds-on favorite here in the Spokane market. What was interesting to learn was the even split on who the studio wants to win the AFC Championship matchup. 

Enjoy the above video and slideshow from the newsroom's predictions! 

Mobile users click this link to view the slideshow : http://www.swxrightnow.com/story/24478333/the-khqswx-newsroom-predict-the-nfls-championship-weekend
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