The Hawks crushed the San Francisco 49ers 31-7 to come out on top for the NFC Title and advance to Super Bowl LVII where they will confront the AFC Champion, either Cincinnati or Kansas City.
Remain tuned for conclusive updates, yet read underneath to perceive how the game unfurled.
Pressures run intense as Trent Williams, K'Von Wallace catapulted
Dissatisfaction has set in for the 49ers. Following a 6-yard show to Christian McCaffrey, a scrum resulted at midfield that in the end prompted K'Von Wallace and Trent Williams trading punches that prompted the two players being catapulted.
At the point when play continued, wellbeing Reed Blankenship constrained a Deebo Samuel bobble and recuperated it. It was a fourth-down play notwithstanding, yet the Birds took over at San Francisco's 31-yard line.
Birds begin to pull starters; stretch out lead to 31-7
After the turnover on downs, the Birds went to the ground with eight sequential runs - all by Kenneth Gainwell - to set up a 31-yard Jake Elliott field objective with 5:17 leftover in the game.
The Hawks pulled All-Ace tackle Path Johnson before the drive. Left watch Landon Dickerson left with an undisclosed physical issue.