Rodgers powers home as Packers and Bills march on

Buccaneers Tom Brady

He's appeared in 34 games, including five this season.

The Packers must contain Tampa Bay's offensive weaponry.

It's time to put that feather to the test.

The Green Bay Packers are set to host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship Game this weekend. "That's why I think I'm so sick, is because it was an opportunity where we got it to a one-possession game, they got the two stops that were necessary, and you wanted to make sure that we gave ourselves a chance as a team, and that's my responsibility and I didn't come through there". "So that'll be our mindset and that's how we'll approach it".

However the Rams offence was unable to capitalise when it needed to most, failing to chase down the Packers after a second quarter surge opened up a nine-point half-time deficit.

The Ravens lost their quarterback Lamar Jackson in the final play of the third quarter as he suffered a concussion, and the wind played havoc as kicker Justin Tucker hit two field goal attempts off the uprights in the first half when the game was still in the balance.

The Packers gained 484 yards against the stout Rams defense that wasn't at its best with Aaron Donald limited by injured ribs.

Chief among those on Green Bay's side of the ball is Rodgers, who owns a 48-5 TD-INT ratio while working in harmony with LaFleur.

The Packers sacked L-A quarterback Jared Goff four times while advancing to the N-F-C title game for the second straight time. "It's about what we do moving forward". They will either visit Kansas City or host Cleveland next week with a spot in the Super Bowl on the line.