The 49ers looked awfully impressive in their 27-10 victory over the Vikings on Saturday, but did the Chiefs look better?
It will mark the second time this season San Francisco hosted Green Bay after winning, 37-8, November 24.
After four hours of wagering (by the time the Seahawks-Packers game ended), Chiefs -7.5 was still at most Vegas books, though Boyd Gaming and William Hill books were dealing -7 with extra juice at -125 while Circa was the first to move to Chiefs -8.
The Titans rallied in the fourth quarter to beat the Chiefs 35-32 in the teams' wild Week 10 game in Nashville, the last time Kansas City has lost a game.
He joined former Washington Redskins quarterback Doug Williams as the only players to have four touchdown passes in a single quarter in a postseason game, the National Football League said.
Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson connected with Kenny Stills and Darren Fells and Lonnie Johnson ran in a blocked punt as the visitors raced into a 21-point first-quarter lead.
Titans-Chiefs is the early game next Sunday, starting at 3 p.m. EST.
Two decisions by O'Brien seemed to lead to disaster for Houston, which coughed up a 24-0 lead and headed into halftime down 28-24. Derrick Henry, who was the NFL's leading rusher in the regular season and has been unstoppable since returning from a one-game absence due to a hamstring injury, ran for 195 yards against Baltimore and also threw a touchdown pass to help lead Tennessee to its first AFC Championship Game appearance since 2002.
With 10 minutes and 54 seconds left in the second quarter, the Chiefs trailed by 24 points and had just 46 yards of total offense.
"We're never going to quit fighting as long as I'm on that field and I'm healthy and keep pushing to try to get points", Watson said. Tevin Coleman led the vogue with 22 carries for 105 yards and two touchdowns in the snatch. We are halfway through the Divisional Round, as the 49ers and Titans are headed to championship weekend. "That's the biggest thing you saw here today was we've just got to find a way no matter what".
The number 6 seed Titans as an underdog is not really a surprise.
Despite allowing Lamar Jackson to throw for 365 yards and run for another 143, the Titans' defense made life hard for the MVP favorite in his second career playoff game, sacking him four times while forcing three turnovers, two of which led to touchdowns for Tennessee.