Peter Schmuck

Last week: 2-2

Overall: 171-92-1

49ers 23, Falcons 16: Colin Kaepernick is going to run the Falcons ragged and send Jim Harbaugh to his first Super Bowl as a head coach. It's tough to go coast-to-coast to win, especially in the postseason, but the Niners are too tough to care.

Ravens 27, Patriots 24: The Orioles have already proved the oddsmakers dead wrong once and now they are going to do it again. They're on a mission and they've already proven they can compete with the Patriots in the postseason at Gillette Stadium. Now, it's time to get over the hump.

Matt Vensel

Last week: 2-2

Overall: 165-98-1

Falcons 33, 49ers 27: Back in September, I picked the Falcons, who have an arsenal of weapons for Matt Ryan, to beat the Pats in the Super Bowl. And while my gut leans toward the 49ers, I can't turn back now.

Patriots 31, Ravens 29: The Ravens will again put up a heck of a fight on the road, but Ray's last ride will run out of gas in Foxborough, where Tom Brady and the high-octane Patriots offense are tough to beat.

Aaron Wilson

Last week: 2-2

Overall: 177-86-1

49ers 24, Falcons 16: Hard-nosed running game led by Frank Gore and the athleticism of quarterback Colin Kaepernick controls the clock. Defensively, pass rusher Aldon Smith harasses Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan into miscues.

Patriots 31, Ravens 27: Despite a game effort that pushes Patriots to the brink of elimination, Ravens' fall short of elusive Super Bowl berth as Tom Brady throws a series of darts to Wes Welker. Joe Flacco and the offense are unable to score enough points to make up for several defensive breakdowns.

Jeff Zrebiec

Last week: 2-2

Overall: 169-94-1

49ers 31, Falcons 24: Much of the talk has been on the two quarterbacks - Matt Ryan and Colin Kaepernick. But I think San Francisco will win this game because they'll dominate the line of scrimmage and they have the better defense.

Patriots 27, Ravens 23: I'm not a big believer in the whole "Team of Destiny" storyline but the Ravens are making it hard not to at least contemplate the possibility. However, it's even harder to go against Bill Belichick and Tom Brady in a big game at home.