In the Tennessee Titans' Week 16 loss to the Los Angeles Rams, their starting running back went down on a play where his knee collided with a defender's helmet. He got the chance to be in a room with Alex Smith, which is invaluable.
Chiefs: making 20th overall playoff appearance (16th since the merger), 9-17 in postseason play (4-15 since the merger). Tennessee ended the silence with a 49-yard field goal by kicker Ryan Succop with 1:55 left in the half. Alex Smith possibly might have played his last game with the Chiefs, but Reid wasn't ready to anoint Patrick Mahomes the starter in 2018 just yet. Wideout Tyreek Hill had five catches for 84 yards, tight end Travis Kelce caught four passes for 66 yards and wideout Demarcus Robinson had four receptions for 57 yards.
Yes, the Titans defense was rocked for 231 yards through the air in the first half.
Smith led the Chiefs into Titans territory but on fourth down with a little over two minutes left, but a long pass was broken up by Cyprien. They responded playing with much more aggression and flow to the football.
Up first is an AFC match between two towering teams, as the Tennessee Titans head to Arrowhead Stadium to meet the Kansas City Chiefs on their home turf. In the second half he ran the ball five times.
What we saw on that play was one of the most remarkable plays in National Football League playoff history.
However, Mariota and Co. rallied to overcome Kansas City 22-21 for their first playoff win in 14 years. There were a couple things extremely wrong with the play, the most obvious that Mariota was not moving forward at all so he could not have had any forward progress. Titans QB Marcus Mariota has 39 TD passes without interception in red zone.
When it mattered most, Marcus Mariota delivered. When asked who actually called the plays Saturday, Reid's answer raised more questions than answers.
AFC West Division champs - held an 18-point halftime lead against a Titan team that limped into the playoffs, had a plus-two advantage in turnovers and somehow squandered the lead in a way only the Chiefs knows how to. An opening night win at New England showed off all the speed and skill they had in key offensive positions. The #Titanup faithful will have to wait until the Buffalo at Jacksonville game concludes to find out where the Titans road takes them next week. If the third-seeded Jaguars win, the Titans will make the trip.
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