Packers vs. Falcons 2017 live stream: How to watch NFC Championship online
The Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers will meet in the NFC Championship, with a ticket to Super Bowl 51 on the line. This is the last game to be played in the Georgia Dome, and the Falcons are looking for a signature win to send it off in style. This game promises to be a high-scoring affair, with two of the best offenses in the league slugging it out.
The game is being televised on FOX, and viewers can stream it online via Fox Sports Go, although a cable/satellite subscription is required to log in.
The Falcons are in the conference championship game for just the fourth time in franchise history, and they are looking for their first Super Bowl appearance since the 1998 season. Led by MVP candidate Matt Ryan and superstar receiver Julio Jones, the Falcons have a lethal offensive attack that helps to mask a lot of flaws on defense.
Atlanta had a bit of a slow start against the Seattle Seahawks in the Divisional round but pulled away in the second half and cruised to a 36-20 victory. Ryan threw for three touchdowns and 338 yards on 26-of-37 passing, carving up a Seahawks defense that badly missed Earl Thomas. Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman made for a strong running back duo, combining for 102 rushing yards on 25 carries. It was a great performance from an offense that makes it look easy at times.