Cream of the Conference Championship Crop: Vote for your favorite player

Published On January 18, 2013 | By She's Game Sports

New England Patriots:

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Matthew Slater

Position: Wide Receiver/Safety

Age: 27

Height/Weight: 6-feet/200 pounds

Hometown: Anaheim, CA

Marital status: single

Reasons to like him: Slater is the Patriot’s Special Teams Captain, and for the second year in a row was the only special teams player in the AFC to be voted to the Pro Bowl. He’s got boyish good looks and is one of the Patriot’s most frequent volunteers, giving his time to the United Way.

Baltimore Ravens:

Justin Tucker (photo from Getty Images)

Justin Tucker

Position: kicker

Age: 23

Height/weight: 6-feet/180 pounds

Hometown: Houston, TX

Marital Status: single

Reasons to Like Him: The rookie kicker won the game for the Ravens in double-overtime to defeat the Broncos last Saturday. Also, he studied music at the University of Texas and can sing Italian opera with the best of them.

Atlanta Falcons:

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Matt Ryan

Position: QB

Age: 27

Height/weight: 6-foot-4/217 pounds

Hometown: Exton, PA

Marital Status: single

Reasons to like him: The former Boston College quarterback is helping the Falcons re-write history. The Falcons had a 0-3 playoff record coming into Sunday’s game before they beat the Seahawks. “Matty Ice” stays calm, cool, and collected on the field…and who doesn’t like that?


San Francisco 49ers:

Michael Crabtree (Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images)

Michael Crabtree

Position: wide receiver

Age: 25

Hometown: Dallas, TX

Height/Weight: 6-foot-1/214 pounds

Marital status: single

Reasons to like him: Crabtree always seems to be smiling, showing off those pearly whites. He’s one of Colin Kaepernick‘s favorite targets and recorded over 1,000 receiving yards this season. Depite the fact that he went to Texas Tech for only two years before entering the draft, his old school still loves him. Texas Tech recently put up a mural of Crabtree at their stadium.

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