Just four teams remain in the hunt for the Vince Lombardi trophy, and that number will soon be narrowed down to just two after this Sunday's championship games.

With the New England Patriots set to host the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Philadelphia Eagles welcoming the Minnesota Vikings into town, it's as good of a time as any to ask: Which two teams will be squaring off at Super Bowl LII in Minnesota on February 4th?

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The AFC representative will be decided first, as the Jaguars at Patriots AFC Championship Game is scheduled to kickoff at 3:05pm ET this Sunday (airing on CBS). In one corner, we have the NFL's #1 pass defense. In the other, we have the #1 passer, Tom Brady.

Sunday's matchup between the Jags and Pats will mark the fourth meeting between the #1 passer and #1 pass defense in a playoff game since 1990. In those games, the #1 pass defense is 3-0. That said, this is the Patriots we're talking about and the team is 21-4 at home in the playoffs, which is the best home winning percentage of all-time. Brady and Belichick will be looking for a record eighth Super Bowl appearance together while the Jags, 9-point underdogs, are in search of their first trip to the big game.

The NFC Championship game, featuring two teams that finished the season 13-3, will get underway around 6:40pm ET, airing on Fox. Despite the fact that the No.1 seed Eagles have home field advantage, they enter the NFC Championship game as 3.5-point underdogs to the Case Keenum-led Minnesota Vikings.

Philly is obviously a far different team since losing MVP-candidate Carson Wentz to injury in Week 15, but Nick Foles did complete 23 of 30 passes for 246 yards in the Divisional Round win over the Falcons. It'll be a different ball game this weekend however, as the Vikings' defense ranks No.1 in total yards, No.2 in rushing defense and No.2 in passing defense.

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Will it be the two No.1 seeds, New England and Philly, facing off in Super Bowl LII? The Patriots vs the Vikings on Minnesota's home turf? Or will the Jacksonville Jaguars shock the world and reach their first Super Bowl?

Cast your vote below.