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Enemy Reaction: 2017 NFL Conference Championship Weekend Recap

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NFC Championship - Green Bay Packers v Atlanta Falcons Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images

Your Super Bowl LI matchup is all set, and it’ll be the New England Patriots against Dan Quinn’s Atlanta Falcons. As has been the theme of this thoroughly lousy postseason, the conference championship games were not close. Atlanta blew out the Green Bay Packers, while the Patriots once again humiliated the Pittsburgh Steelers.

It’s time now for some Enemy Reaction. How did the fanbases of two of the most storied franchises in NFL history react to their respective, embarrassingly lopsided demises? You’ll soon find out. There are also some bonus shots from rival teams that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.

Atlanta (The Falcoholic) vs. Green Bay (Acme Packing Company)

Matt Ryan flips the ball to Mohamed Sanu for the touchdown (7-0 ATL)

Christine Michael runs backwards on a reception, leading to just a gain of 3 (10-0 ATL)

Aaron Ripkowski fumbles, Atlanta recovers (10-0 ATL)

Matt Ryan gets his first rushing TD since 2012 (17-0 ATL)

Julio Jones is not human (24-0 ATL)

...I repeat, Julio Jones is not human (31-0 ATL, 44-21 ATL Final)

Panthers fans at Cat Scratch Reader react to their rivals going to the Super Bowl

Vikings fans at Daily Norseman react to their rivals missing the Super Bowl

New England (Pats Pulpit) vs. Pittsburgh (Behind the Steel Curtain)

Uhhhh, why does no one want to cover Chris Hogan? (10-0 NE)

DeAngelo Williams replaced injured Le’Veon Bell, gets into the end zone (10-6 NE)

Flea Flicker’d (17-6 NE)

Steelers have 1st and goal at the 1 inch line, but their red zone offense is replaced by Seattle’s (17-9 NE)

LaGarrette Blount carries the Steelers defense with him, scores TD on the next play (27-9 NE, 36-17 NE Final)

Chiefs fan tries to troll for some reason

Jets fans at Gang Green Nation react to their rival making the Super Bowl

Bengals fans at Cincy Jungle react to their rivals missing the Super Bowl

There’s only one Enemy Reaction left for the season, and that’s for the Super Bowl. Afterwards, this feature will be heading into the offseason like everyone else, and it’ll make its return in early September for the “Best of 2016-17” Seahawks season recap.

Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks.

....Previously on Enemy Reaction 2016