ATLANTA — The field to reach Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta dwindled to four teams on Sunday, with both higher seeds (New England, New Orleans) holding ground in the Divisional Playoff round.

This sets the table for Championship Weekend next Sunday, with the Saints and Rams battling for the NFC title (3:05 p.m. EST kickoff) ... followed by Patriots-Chiefs for the AFC crown (6:40 p.m. kickoff).

From an NFL perspective, the league must be thrilled to have all four high seeds playing for the right to make the Super Bowl.

It's an easy weekend to sell to NFL Nation and Madison Avenue, as well, given the star power of the four remaining quarterbacks (Drew Brees, Jared Goff, Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes).

Bottom line: The people of Atlanta, along with those planning to be in Georgia for Super Bowl Week, really can't go wrong with the Super Sunday matchup–no matter how it shakes out.

Which brings us to this question for the 11Alive audience: Which potential matchup for Super Sunday holds the greatest appeal?


Chiefs vs. Saints (battle of 1-seeds)

Rams vs. Chiefs (rematch of the 54-51 classic from early November)

Rams vs. Patriots (Tom Brady/Bill Belichick vying for their sixth Lombardi Trophy)

Patriots vs. Saints (two first-ballot Hall of Famers at quarterback -- Brady vs. Drew Brees)