Welcome to your NFL Conference Championship Weekend. I am Hans, and I'll be your Spirit Guide today.
News from those games dominates the flower of links today, but we also have the great news for Mississippi from the headline above, a Saints 2010 Photo Gallery, Ivory's agent speaking about his foot surgery, a story on the families in Mississippi that received aid from Sean Payton's foundation, and Pat Y's NFC South news.
From the Twitterverse, you can learn what Reggie Bush learned about Conference Championship Weekend, and follow a link to a forbes.com blog article about the lockout that Drew Brees shared.
Swallow the red pill and come along for the ride...
TylerLorenzen Just watched it as well real funny! RT @HeathEvans: Going to see No Strings Attached....hope it's good!! #fb
ChaseDaniel I'm eating at the most unbelievable sushi restaurant! #NakedFish
reggie_bush Good morning peeps. What you guys doing today?
reggie_bush I'm spending my day traveling so I'll be looking for some updates from you guys on the game today
reggie_bush Wait both championship games are tomorrow? NFC and AFC?
reggie_bush Ok my bad they usually do one game Saturday and one game Sunday....even better I will get to watch both
HeathEvans Daddy day to take the girls & there friend to IHOP! I'm so fat right now!! http://yfrog.com/gyfavlj
alexbrown96 Lmao i am glad i am not the only one who had to do that RT @JimmyWilkerson: Went on it's a small world ride for the kids. Never again
drewbrees Learn about our CBA issues athttp://blogs.forbes.com/sportsmoney/2011/01/10/numbers-show-nfls-economic-realities-for-lockout-unwarranted
Mississippi House votes to create New Orleans Saints Super Bowl XLIV license plates | NOLA.com
Associated Press - Vote unanimous; bill moves to Senate.
2010 Photos of the Year - Gallery | neworleanssaints.com
Some of the best photos taken by Saints Photographer Michael Hebert during the 2010 season.
NFC South News
Around the NFC South - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Pat Y. - It’s the first weekend in months without football in the NFC South and things are pretty quiet. Let’s take a look at the few headlines around the division.
Hitting the NFC South hot spots - NFC South Blog | ESPN.com
Pat Y. - We've got a weekend with no football in the NFC South. So let's reach into the mailbag and see what's on your minds.
Conference Championship Games
Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers have familiar look | NOLA.com
Jeff Duncan - He, Sean Payton only coaches standing from 2006 rookie class.
Final Word: NFC Championship - NFC North Blog | ESPN.com
Kevin Seifert - Five nuggets of knowledge about Sunday's Packers-Bears NFC Championship Game.
Epicenter of Humanity: Practice report III - NFC North Blog | ESPN.com
Kevin Seifert - Getting inside the Friday practice report.
Epicenter of Humanity: 'Cold' weather starts - NFC North Blog | ESPN.com
Kevin Seifert - We touched on just about every topic I wanted to hit in anticipation of Sunday's epic NFC Championship Game matchup.
AFC Championship injury report - AFC North Blog | ESPN.com
James Walker - Here is the final injury report for the New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
Walker's weekend mailbag: AFC title edition - AFC North Blog | ESPN.com
James Walker - Let's see what's in the mailbag during conference title weekend.
Jets call Steelers' Hines Ward 'dirty' - AFC North Blog | ESPN.com
James Walker - The New York Jets just couldn't help themselves.
Mark Sanchez more aware of the moment - AFC East Blog | ESPN.com
Tim Graham - Young players think they know. They truly don't, not until they go through it.
Video: Jets at Steelers 'Field Pass' - AFC East Blog | ESPN.com
ESPN analysts Tedy Bruschi, Mark Schlereth and John Clayton highlight the biggest matchups in Sunday night's AFC Championship Game.
A plan of attack against Sanchez, Big Ben - AFC East Blog | ESPN.com
Tim Graham summarizes Matt Williamson's analysis of the QBs conference championship games.
Stock Bulls Want to Trample the Jets - MarketBeat | WSJ.com
William Power - If the Jets lose, the market wins. And one finance professor says that might be more of a lock than it first appears.