ATLANTA, Jan. 15 (UPI) -- Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers hurled three touchdowns and ran for another Saturday in the Packers' 48-21 dismantling of Atlanta in the NFC divisional playoffs.
Rodgers went 31-of-36 through the air passed for 366 yards with no interceptions, hooking up with Jordy Nelson, James Jones and John Kuhn on scoring strikes for the Packers, who set a franchise record for most points in a post-season game.
Green Bay advances to play the winner of Sunday's contest between the Seattle Seahawks and Chicago Bears for the right to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.
Tremon Williams returned an interception 70 yards for touchdown as time ran out in the first half, putting the Packers up 28-14.
Greg Jennings hauled down eight passes for 101 yards and Nelson also made eight grabs for 79 yards and a score for Green Bay.
Matt Ryan completed 20-of-29 passes for 186 yards and a score but was picked off twice for the top-seeded Falcons.
Eric Weems set an NFL post-season record with a 102-yard kickoff return in Atlanta's stinging loss.