This week’s results:

How often in football does each team have a 20 point lead in the same game? Only once in post-season history. Today. The Chiefs became the first team in NFL history to win a playoff game by at least 20 points after trailing by at least 20 (24, to be precise). Next up: the Titans.

And the Pack almost blew an 18-point lead of their own, but clung to a narrow victory in storied Lambeau Field. Next up: The 49ers.


Earlier this year:

  • The Niners blew the Packers away 37-8. Green Bay had no offense. They were one for 15 on third-down conversions.
  • The Titans edged the Chiefs 35-32.


Next week’s odds:

  • Niners favored by 7 at home over the Pack
  • Chiefs favored by 7.5 at home over Tennessee, but the Tuxedos seem to be oblivious to long odds in road games.


Odds to win the Super Bowl:

  • Kansas City Chiefs 7/5
  • San Francisco 49ers 3/2
  • Green Bay Packers 7/1
  • Tennessee Titans 8/1

I’m not a betting man, but given the Titans’ hot streak and the fact that they’ve already beaten the Chiefs once, they seem like a decent risk at 8-1. Derrick Henry has been unstoppable in his last three games.