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The 2019 – 2020 National Football League Playoff Landscape after Divisional Round of Postseason (Full Analysis)

Introduction

Following the conclusion of the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, the field of remaining teams is narrowed down to only four. The two NFC and AFC teams will play each other this weekend determining the winner or the AFC and NFC. The champions of the NFC will play the champions of the AFC in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, February 2nd, 2020 at 5:30 pm CST. Super Bowl LIV will be played at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Scores and Analysis from Divisional Playoff Round:

FINAL

Vikings (10-6, 4-4 Away) 10

49ers (13-3, 6-2 Home) 27

The San Francisco 49ers didn’t waste much time taking the lead early on in this matchup. Jimmy Garoppolo connected with Kendrick Bourne on a three yard touchdown pass to put San Francisco up 7 to 0. The Minnesota Vikings tied the game at 7 each when Kirk Cousins found Stefon Diggs with a long 41 yard touchdown pass. Those two touchdowns were the only scores in the first quarter.

The second quarter started off slow until Tevin Coleman finished off a 10 play 53 yard drive with a one yard touchdown run. The 49ers went up 14 to 7 at this point. At the very end of the first half Dan Bailey drilled a 39 yard field goal. San Francisco was winning 14 to 10 at halftime of this game.

The second half of the game consisted of 2 field goals by Robbie Gould as well as a 2 yard touchdown run by Tevin Coleman. The 49ers dominated the 3rd and 4th quarters of the game with their stingy defense that didn’t allow the Minnesota Vikings to score any points during the second half of the game. The San Francisco 49ers will host the Green Bay Packers this Sunday with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.

Media Statements

"People keep disrespecting us. At the end of the day, all you can do is go out and execute," says Richard Sherman. "It felt good. That's what we look like when we're totally healthy."

"They're pretty good right?" 49ers tight end George Kittle stated. "It's such a blast just to watch them, how they work together. ...

"If our defense keeps playing like that, all we have to do is not turn the ball over to win games"

"Those guys did very well," Tevin Coleman expressed. "They moved the guys back so I had clear holes to run through. So, yeah, they did a real good job."

"We didn't do enough offensively to give ourselves a chance to win the game," Kirk Cousins explained. "It hurts right now. It's so raw right now, just falling short."

"That was the No. 1 emphasis all week," says 49ers defensive lineman Nick Bosa. "We knew we were facing probably the best back we've faced all year with Dalvin, and we knew we had to earn the right to pass rush. So, that's what we did. We took the run as serious as we could, shut it down and then we ate."

"Sometimes you have to remember you're not just a quarterback, you're a football player too," Jimmy Garoppolo exclaimed.

FINAL

Titans (9-7, 5-3 Away) 28

Ravens (14-2, 7-1 Home) 12

The scoring first occurred in the first quarter of this game when Ryan Tannehill found Jonnu Smith on a 12 yard touchdown pass. The first quarter ended with the Tennessee Titans up on the Baltimore Ravens 7 to 0.

The second quarter began with another touchdown pass from Tannehill. This time is was to Kalif Raymond on a 45 yard play. The Titans were now winning 14 to 0. The Ravens got two field goals from Justin Tucker before halftime of the contest. The score at the end of the first half of the game was 14 to 6 in favor of the Tennessee Titans.

The next score can on a 3-yard touchdown pass from running back Derrick Henry to Corey Davis. The Titans followed that up with a 1-yard touchdown run by quarterback, Tannehill. By the end of the 3rd quarter the Titans were beating the Ravens 28 to 6. The Ravens unstoppable offense this season had seemed to fade away in this game.

In the fourth quarter the Ravens scored on a 15 yard touchdown pass from Lamar Jackson to Hayden Hurst. Baltimore failed to convert the 2 point conversion after that touchdown. The score was now 28 to 12, and that score held up as the Ravens were unable to put any more points on the board during the remainder of this game.

Derrick Henry has been a beast in this NFL playoff run for the Titans. He has carried them on two straight upsets against both the New England Patriots as well as the Baltimore Ravens. He has been putting up close to 200 yards per game on the ground which is unheard of especially in postseason play. The Tennessee Titans will now have to play the red hot Kansas City Chiefs on the road this weekend at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.

Media Statements

"It's not just me," says Derrick Henry. "It's a team effort. We're all playing collectively as an offense, as a whole. We're just locked in. We believe in each other. We communicate. It's working out there."

"Watch us work," Henry explained. "We don't do too much talking. We just go work and believe in each other. That's our mentality. We're going to come in here and work. ... Focus on finishing."

"I put it perfect, man," Henry stated. "I haven't done that pass since high school. I feel l like I still got it."

"We just beat ourselves," says Lamar Jackson. "I had a lot of mistakes on my behalf. Three turnovers. That shouldn't happen."

"They were beating people with shock and awe in the first quarter," Titans head coach Mike Vrabel exclaimed. "We knew we had to do it with some turnovers and fourth-down stops. That's the only way you can do it. Make Tucker kick some field goals."

"It's going to be grind, grind, grind and then he's going to bust one," Vrabel expressed.

"I don't care about what they say," says Jackson. "This is my second year in the league. I've got a great team with me. We're going to keep going and get ready for next year."

FINAL

Texans (10-6, 5-3 Away) 31

Chiefs (12-4, 5-3 Home) 51

On the first scoring play of this game Deshawn Watson hit his target Kenny Stills on a 54 yard touchdown pass. Shorty after that, Lonnie Johnson Jr. returned a blocked punt for a touchdown which put the Houston Texans up 14 to 0. At the end of the first quarter Watson found his receiver Darren Fells on a 4 yard touchdown pass, and Houston went into the 2nd quarter up early and big on Kansas City with a score of 21 to 0.

The Texans then added a 31 yard field goal by kicker Ka'imi Fairbairn. That is when the Chiefs decided to start playing. Patrick Mahomes connected with Damien Williams on a 17 yard touchdown pass. Mahomes then hit Travis Kelce on three separate touchdown throws to not only erase the deficit but take the lead. Kansas City went into the locker room at halftime with a 28 to 24 lead.

The Chiefs continued their offensive momentum by scoring two more unanswered touchdowns on Damien Williams carries. Kansas City now led the game 41 to 24. At the end of the 3rd quarter Deshawn Watson ran in a 5 yard touchdown run to bring the score to 41 to 31 in favor of the Chiefs.

Patrick Mahomes completed an 8 yard touchdown pass to Blake Bell which pushed their lead to 48 to 31. Finally, Harrison Butker nailed a 24 yard field goal as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Houston Texans with a final score of 51 to 31. The Chiefs started slow and had to erase a huge deficit, but they ended up winning the game easily. They are the first team in postseason history to overcome a 20 point hole and win by 20 points. The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Tennessee Titans in the AFC championship game this Sunday, and that should be a fantastic match up.

Additional Comments

"The biggest thing I was preaching," Patrick Mahomes stated, "was, `Let's go do something special. Everybody is counting us out. Let's go out there and play by play put it out there.' And play by play, we did what we were supposed to do."

"You saw him going up and down the bench, he was talking to everybody, -- `Just settle down," says Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. "As a head coach, you can't ask for more than that. When he's the leader of your team and he's going, `Hey, we're going to be fine. Let's not wait for the fourth quarter. Let's go!' And he did that."

"We've already played them and we know they're a tough team," Mahomes explained. "They're a team that battles all the way until the end. They're a team that's really hot, playing really good football right now, so we know it's going to take our best effort. And, whatever way, we've got to find a way to win."

"I definitely thought we were going to have to score more than 24," says Texans head coach, Bill O'Brien. "I think that they're, obviously, a very explosive team and it just didn't work out."

"We had that play ready for a variety of different teams and situations," the Texans' Justin Reid exclaimed. "Credit to them, they made the play."

"I mean, it was an amazing thing. Everything was working," Mahomes expressed. "The play calls were open, everybody was getting open against man-coverage which we've been preaching all season long, and guys were making plays."

"We've got full confidence not only in the players but the game plan going into it. Just got to deal with what's going on in the game -- what's real and what's not -- and what was real was we were hurting ourselves early," says Travis Kelce. "With that, you just rally the troops, lean on the leaders of this team and make plays. That's what we did."

FINAL

Seahawks (11-5, 7-1 Away) 23

Packers (13-3, 7-1 Home) 28

This was the closet game from the divisional round of the 2019 – 2020 NFL playoffs. The scoring began in the first quarter when Davante Adams caught a 20 yard touchdown pass from Aaron Rodgers. Seattle’s Jason Myers ended the 1st quarter by hitting a 45 yard field goal. The score was 7 to 3 at the start of the 2nd quarter.

The 2nd quarter was defined by long drives by the Green Bay Packers capped by scoring on a pair of Adam Jones 1 yard touchdown runs. The score was Green Bay 21, Seattle 3 the time these two teams headed into the locker room for halftime.

The Seattle Seahawks were not ready to throw in the towel just yet. They fed Marshawn Lynch on a 1 yard touchdown run to get back on the board again. The Packers answered with a 40 yard touchdown reception by Davante Adams once again. Russell Wilson then took control and threw a 7 yard touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett. At the end of the third quarter the score was 28 to 17 in favor of the Green Bay Packers.

Marshawn Lynch ran in another 1 yard touchdown rush which made the Seahawks deficit only 3 points. At the end of the fourth quarter the Seattle Seahawks desperately needed to stop Aaron Rodgers and the Packers offense to get the ball back for a game winning drive. Rodgers made that feat impossible by completing two huge third and long passes to move the chains. Seattle never got the ball back as they lost a heart breaker 28 to 23. The Green Bay packers will now hit the road to take on the San Francisco 49ers this Sunday in the NFC championship game.

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"It's one of those feelings that starts to creep up in warmups, when you really feel like you're locked in," Aaron Rodgers stated, "and I was glad it translated to the field."

"He's definitely hungry for another Super Bowl. He deserves it, so we're doing everything in our power to put him in that position," says Davante Adams.

"Five minutes left, we're getting the ball back, the thing's going to be over. We're going to win it," Russell Wilson explained. "I think everybody in the stadium, and I think everybody watching felt like that, too."

"I'm just going to enjoy a nice glass of scotch tonight," Rodgers goes on to say, "and get on to the film of San Fran and get ready for a tough opponent."

"Let's be honest, I don't know that even our fans felt supremely confident in us," says Rodgers.

"Every time I looked up, he was making somebody miss in the pocket, creating and extending plays," Matt LaFleur explained. "That's what he's done his whole career."

"He tested our cardio and heart and endurance today," says Smith.

"We made it exciting," Wilson stated. "We just wish we would have left here with a win."

Schedule for the Conference Championship Round of the 2019 - 2020 NFL Playoffs

Sunday, January 19, 2020
Matchup                                                            Time (CST)       Nat TV         Location
 
Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs           2:05 PM             CBS             Arrowhead Stadium    
AFC Championship Game
 
Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers       5:40 PM             FOX             Levi's Stadium
NFC Championship Game

Team Statistics

Tennessee Titans

    Offense         Defense           Expected Points                            
Score                                                      
Week Day Date       OT   Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun 8-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     Jan-00 @ Cleveland Browns 43 13   21 339 216   123   19 346 244 102 3 11.1 19.89 1.22
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore L     1-Jan   Indianapolis Colts 17 19   18 243 119   124   21 288 121 167 2 -3.74 -5.07 3.24
3 Thu 19-Sep 8:20PM ET boxscore L     2-Jan @ Jacksonville Jaguars 7 20   21 340 249   91 1 12 292 204 88   -6.44 1.2 -5.28
4 Sun 29-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Feb @ Atlanta Falcons 24 10   22 365 227   138   24 422 364 58 1 10.78 -1.83 3.8
5 Sun 6-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore L     3-Feb   Buffalo Bills 7 14   14 252 150   102   18 313 204 109 1 -2.6 1.16 -8.64
6 Sun 13-Oct 4:25PM ET boxscore L     4-Feb @ Denver Broncos 0 16   12 204 165   39 3 11 270 167 103 1 -25.18 10.82 -1.34
7 Sun 20-Oct 4:05PM ET boxscore W     4-Mar   Los Angeles Chargers 23 20   22 403 306   97 1 24 365 326 39 1 10.83 -8.93 0.57
8 Sun 27-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     4-Apr   Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 23   16 246 174   72 1 23 389 283 106 4 -2.72 4.92 1.66
9 Sun 3-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore L     5-Apr @ Carolina Panthers 20 30   24 431 310   121 3 22 370 214 156 1 6.05 -9.15 -4.67
10 Sun 10-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-May   Kansas City Chiefs 35 32   19 371 146   225 1 28 530 433 97 1 12.07 -13.98 3.81
11                   Bye Week                                  
12 Sun 24-Nov 4:05PM ET boxscore W     5-Jun   Jacksonville Jaguars 42 20   21 471 252   219 2 23 369 252 117 1 20.75 -3.2 2.59
13 Sun 1-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-Jul @ Indianapolis Colts 31 17   15 292 138   154 2 22 391 309 82 3 -1.94 1.63 12.84
14 Sun 8-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore W     5-Aug @ Oakland Raiders 42 21   26 552 391   161 1 22 355 258 97 1 29.61 -2.19 -5.43
15 Sun 15-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     6-Aug   Houston Texans 21 24   24 432 269   163 1 23 374 234 140 2 9.37 -9.03 -6.55
16 Sun 22-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     7-Aug   New Orleans Saints 28 38   17 397 248   149 1 23 377 275 102   4.25 -13.33 -2.33
17 Sun 29-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore W     7-Sep @ Houston Texans 35 14   25 467 222   245   20 301 192 109 1 27.49 -1.54 -6.36
    Playoffs                                                  
Wild Card Sat 4-Jan 8:15PM ET boxscore W     7-Oct @ New England Patriots 20 13   19 272 71   201 1 18 307 209 98 2 3.83 0.84 0.2
Division Sat 11-Jan 8:15PM ET boxscore W     7-Nov @ Baltimore Ravens 28 12   15 300 83   217   29 530 345 185 3 10.45 3.11 1.35
Conf. Champ. Sun 19-Jan 3:05PM ET preview         @ Kansas City Chiefs                                  

Tennessee Titans

    Offense         Defense           Expected Points                            
Score                                                      
Week Day Date       OT   Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun 8-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     Jan-00 @ Cleveland Browns 43 13   21 339 216   123   19 346 244 102 3 11.1 19.89 1.22
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore L     1-Jan   Indianapolis Colts 17 19   18 243 119   124   21 288 121 167 2 -3.74 -5.07 3.24
3 Thu 19-Sep 8:20PM ET boxscore L     2-Jan @ Jacksonville Jaguars 7 20   21 340 249   91 1 12 292 204 88   -6.44 1.2 -5.28
4 Sun 29-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Feb @ Atlanta Falcons 24 10   22 365 227   138   24 422 364 58 1 10.78 -1.83 3.8
5 Sun 6-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore L     3-Feb   Buffalo Bills 7 14   14 252 150   102   18 313 204 109 1 -2.6 1.16 -8.64
6 Sun 13-Oct 4:25PM ET boxscore L     4-Feb @ Denver Broncos 0 16   12 204 165   39 3 11 270 167 103 1 -25.18 10.82 -1.34
7 Sun 20-Oct 4:05PM ET boxscore W     4-Mar   Los Angeles Chargers 23 20   22 403 306   97 1 24 365 326 39 1 10.83 -8.93 0.57
8 Sun 27-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     4-Apr   Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27 23   16 246 174   72 1 23 389 283 106 4 -2.72 4.92 1.66
9 Sun 3-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore L     5-Apr @ Carolina Panthers 20 30   24 431 310   121 3 22 370 214 156 1 6.05 -9.15 -4.67
10 Sun 10-Nov 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-May   Kansas City Chiefs 35 32   19 371 146   225 1 28 530 433 97 1 12.07 -13.98 3.81
11                   Bye Week                                  
12 Sun 24-Nov 4:05PM ET boxscore W     5-Jun   Jacksonville Jaguars 42 20   21 471 252   219 2 23 369 252 117 1 20.75 -3.2 2.59
13 Sun 1-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     5-Jul @ Indianapolis Colts 31 17   15 292 138   154 2 22 391 309 82 3 -1.94 1.63 12.84
14 Sun 8-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore W     5-Aug @ Oakland Raiders 42 21   26 552 391   161 1 22 355 258 97 1 29.61 -2.19 -5.43
15 Sun 15-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     6-Aug   Houston Texans 21 24   24 432 269   163 1 23 374 234 140 2 9.37 -9.03 -6.55
16 Sun 22-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     7-Aug   New Orleans Saints 28 38   17 397 248   149 1 23 377 275 102   4.25 -13.33 -2.33
17 Sun 29-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore W     7-Sep @ Houston Texans 35 14   25 467 222   245   20 301 192 109 1 27.49 -1.54 -6.36
    Playoffs                                                  
Wild Card Sat 4-Jan 8:15PM ET boxscore W     7-Oct @ New England Patriots 20 13   19 272 71   201 1 18 307 209 98 2 3.83 0.84 0.2
Division Sat 11-Jan 8:15PM ET boxscore W     7-Nov @ Baltimore Ravens 28 12   15 300 83   217   29 530 345 185 3 10.45 3.11 1.35
Conf. Champ. Sun 19-Jan 3:05PM ET preview         @ Kansas City Chiefs                                  

Green Bay Packers

    Offense         Defense         Expected Points                            
Score                                                    
Week Day Date       OT Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Thu 5-Sep 8:20PM ET boxscore W   Jan-00 @ Chicago Bears 10 3   13 213 166   47   16 254 208 46 1 -9.57 20.02 2.01
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W   Feb-00   Minnesota Vikings 21 16   20 335 191   144 2 15 421 223 198 4 -7.02 6.94 5.3
3 Sun 22-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W   Mar-00   Denver Broncos 27 16   16 312 235   77   20 310 161 149 3 6.29 7.05 -3.35
4 Thu 26-Sep 8:20PM ET boxscore L   1-Mar   Philadelphia Eagles 27 34   31 491 414   77 2 24 336 160 176   16.95 -19.42 -4.12
5 Sun 6-Oct 4:25PM ET boxscore W   1-Apr @ Dallas Cowboys 34 24   24 335 215   120   32 563 441 122 3 9.21 -12.8 10.99
6 Mon 14-Oct 8:15PM ET boxscore W   1-May   Detroit Lions 23 22   22 447 277   170 3 13 299 243 56   5.03 0.7 -4.66
7 Sun 20-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W   1-Jun   Oakland Raiders 42 24   22 481 421   60   21 484 329 155 2 33.09 -11.8 -5.36
8 Sun 27-Oct 8:20PM ET boxscore W   1-Jul @ Kansas City Chiefs 31 24   21 374 256   118   21 337 249 88 1 17.67 -11.4 -0.68
9 Sun 3-Nov 4:25PM ET boxscore L   2-Jul @ Los Angeles Chargers 11 26   13 184 139   45   24 442 283 159   -4.74 -16.68 6.12
10 Sun 10-Nov 4:25PM ET boxscore W   2-Aug   Carolina Panthers 24 16   23 388 225   163   26 401 281 120 2 17.83 -9.55 -0.11
11                 Bye Week                                  
12 Sun 24-Nov 8:20PM ET boxscore L   3-Aug @ San Francisco 49ers 8 37   19 198 81   117 1 16 339 227 112   -13.62 -10.66 -0.67
13 Sun 1-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W   3-Sep @ New York Giants 31 13   19 322 243   79   20 335 240 95 3 15.72 -0.75 0.67
14 Sun 8-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W   3-Oct   Washington Redskins 20 15   18 341 167   174 1 18 262 141 121 1 5.07 0.04 0.91
15 Sun 15-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W   3-Nov   Chicago Bears 21 13   12 292 192   100   20 415 319 96 3 -2.97 4.89 1.24
16 Mon 23-Dec 8:15PM ET boxscore W   3-Dec @ Minnesota Vikings 23 10   22 383 199   184 3 7 139 82 57 1 -4.18 25.86 -6.94
17 Sun 29-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W   13-3 @ Detroit Lions 23 20   25 432 312   120 1 17 305 134 171 1 8.54 -1.53 -4.01
    Playoffs                                                
Division Sun 12-Jan 6:40PM ET boxscore W   14-3   Seattle Seahawks 28 23   22 344 235   109   23 375 265 110   18.63 -16.53 1.8
Conf. Champ. Sun 19-Jan 6:40PM ET preview       @ San Francisco 49ers                                  

San Francisco 49ers

    Offense         Defense           Expected Points                            
Score                                                      
Week Day Date       OT   Rec   Opp Tm Opp   1stD TotYd PassY   RushY TO 1stD TotYd PassY RushY TO Offense Defense Sp. Tms
1 Sun 8-Sep 4:25PM ET boxscore W     Jan-00 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31 17   17 256 158   98 2 21 295 174 121 4 -6.51 19.12 1.1
2 Sun 15-Sep 1:00PM ET boxscore W     Feb-00 @ Cincinnati Bengals 41 17   27 571 312   259 1 14 316 291 25 1 27.34 1.14 -6.64
3 Sun 22-Sep 4:25PM ET boxscore W     Mar-00   Pittsburgh Steelers 24 20   26 436 268   168 5 11 239 160 79 2 -3.72 10.2 0.12
4                   Bye Week                                  
5 Mon 7-Oct 8:15PM ET boxscore W     Apr-00   Cleveland Browns 31 3   22 446 171   275   9 180 78 102 4 13.38 22.56 -10.5
6 Sun 13-Oct 4:05PM ET boxscore W     May-00 @ Los Angeles Rams 20 7   22 331 232   99 2 10 157 48 109 1 -3.54 25.23 -5.01
7 Sun 20-Oct 1:00PM ET boxscore W     Jun-00 @ Washington Redskins 9 0   17 283 146   137 1 10 154 50 104 1 -1.99 14.12 -0.61
8 Sun 27-Oct 4:05PM ET boxscore W     Jul-00   Carolina Panthers 51 13   24 388 156   232 1 12 230 100 130 3 16.84 29.05 -7.14
9 Thu 31-Oct 8:20PM ET boxscore W     Aug-00 @ Arizona Cardinals 28 25   21 411 310   101   19 357 204 153   18.45 -14.71 0.88
10 Mon 11-Nov 8:15PM ET boxscore L OT   1-Aug   Seattle Seahawks 24 27   21 302 215   87 3 19 336 189 147 4 -16.73 17.69 -4.23
11 Sun 17-Nov 4:05PM ET boxscore W     1-Sep   Arizona Cardinals 36 26   26 442 408   34 2 21 266 131 135 2 9.92 -0.09 1.17
12 Sun 24-Nov 8:20PM ET boxscore W     1-Oct   Green Bay Packers 37 8   16 339 227   112   19 198 81 117 1 10.66 13.62 0.67
13 Sun 1-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore L     2-Oct @ Baltimore Ravens 17 20   15 331 157   174 1 21 283 105 178 1 6.2 -6.4 -1.2
14 Sun 8-Dec 1:00PM ET boxscore W     2-Nov @ New Orleans Saints 48 46   25 516 354   162 1 28 465 349 116 1 27.42 -23.97 -3.51
15 Sun 15-Dec 4:25PM ET boxscore L     3-Nov   Atlanta Falcons 22 29   20 313 193   120 2 20 290 201 89 1 2.84 -8.04 -2.73
16 Sat 21-Dec 8:15PM ET boxscore W     3-Dec   Los Angeles Rams 34 31   19 334 215   119 2 24 395 323 72 1 3.67 -3.16 1.84
17 Sun 29-Dec 8:20PM ET boxscore W     13-3 @ Seattle Seahawks 26 21   18 398 270   128   27 348 223 125   18.28 -10.85 -3.02
    Playoffs                                                  
Division Sat 11-Jan 4:35PM ET boxscore W     14-3   Minnesota Vikings 27 10   21 308 122   186 2 7 147 126 21 2 0.66 16.91 -0.78
Conf. Champ. Sun 19-Jan 6:40PM ET preview           Green Bay Packers                                  

Injury Reports

TENNESSEE TITANS INJURIES             
Player Position Injury Practice Status Game Status    
Kamalei Correa LB -- Full Participation in Practice --    
Nate Davis G -- Full Participation in Practice --    
Adoree' Jackson CB -- Full Participation in Practice --    
Dion Lewis RB -- Full Participation in Practice --    
Kalif Raymond WR -- Full Participation in Practice --    
Jayon Brown LB Shoulder Did Not Participate in Practice Out    
Adam Humphries WR Ankle Did Not Participate in Practice Out    
Cody Hollister WR Ankle Limited Participation in Practice Questionable    
             
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS INJURIES            
Player Position Injury Practice Status Game Status    
Andrew Wylie G -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Austin Reiter C -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Tanoh Kpassagnon DE -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Travis Kelce TE Knee Limited Participation in Practice   Questionable  
Christopher Jones DT Calf Did Not Participate in Practice   Questionable  
Morris Claiborne CB Not Injury Related Did Not Participate in Practice   Out  
             
             
GREEN BAY PACKERS INJURIES            
Player Position Injury Practice Status Game Status    
Bryan Bulaga T -- Full Participation in Practice     --
Rashan Gary LB -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Allen Lazard WR -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Corey Linsley C -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Blake Martinez LB -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Will Redmond S -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Jamaal Williams RB -- Full Participation in Practice   --  
Jimmy Graham TE -- Limited Participation in Practice   --  
Marcedes Lewis TE -- Limited Participation in Practice   --  
Preston Smith LB -- Limited Participation in Practice   --  
William Turner G -- Limited Participation in Practice   --  
Tramon Williams CB -- Limited Participation in Practice   --  
Tyler Lancaster DT Illness Did Not Participate in Practice   Questionable  
Dan Vitale RB Knee Did Not Participate in Practice   Questionable  
Dexter Williams RB Illness Did Not Participate in Practice   Questionable  
Kenneth Clark DT Back Limited Participation in Practice   Questionable  
             
             
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS INJURIES            
Player Position   Injury Practice Status Game Status  
Elijah Lee LB --   Did Not Participate in Practice --  
Michael Person G --   Full Participation in Practice --  
Donald Ford DE Quadricep   Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  
Kentavius Street DE Knee   Limited Participation in Practice Questionable  

Sources:

“NFL Scoreboard”, espn.com, January 14, 2020.

“NFL Postseason Schedule – 2019”, espn.com, January 14, 2020.

“2019 Tennessee Titans Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 14, 2020.

“2019 Kansas City Chiefs Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 14, 2020.

“2019 Green Bay Packers Statistics & Players”, pro-football-reference.com, January 14, 2020.

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