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Date : Jan. 6, 2018
Kick-off: 4:35 PM ET
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SERIES HISTORY: 52nd all-time meeting. Chiefs lead series, 29-22, including two wins in as many playoff meetings over the Oilers/Titans franchise. The first playoff meeting was in the 1962 AFL Championship, with the then-Dallas Texans topping the Houston Oilers 20-17 in overtime. The clubs met again in the 1993 AFC divisional playoffs, with Kansas City winning 28-20. The teams have split their last 10 games, the Titans pulling out a 19-17 win at Kansas City last season. The Titans have won four of the past five games at Arrowhead Stadium.
KEYS TO THE GAME: The Titans have had issues running the football much of the season, but Kansas City has been vulnerable against the run, ranking near the bottom of the league. If the Titans can run, including getting Marcus Mariota involved, it should make play-action effective for chances downfield. DeMarco Murray will not play for the Titans.
Kansas City leans on a high-powered offense, but the club’s wins have revolved around the defense and turning over the football. The Chiefs must contact Mariota and force him to beat them from the pocket, where Mariota often struggles with interceptions. If the Chiefs win the turnover battle and keep the Tennessee ground game in check, that should be all that quarterback Alex Smith and the offense need to pull off the club’s first home playoff win in 24 years.
In their past few meetings against Smith, the Titans have been able to get the quarterback to make uncharacteristic turnovers. The Titans have to keep the Chiefs’ big-play trio of Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Kareem Hunt in check. In Hill and Hunt, the Chiefs have more team speed than most of the teams the Titans have seen this year.
MATCHUPS TO WATCH:
–Chiefs TE Travis Kelce vs. Titans S Kevin Byard. Head coach Mike Mularkey hinted that the ball-hawking Byard could draw the assignment on Pro Bowl tight end Kelce at least some of the day. That is a tall order, but Byard has proven trustworthy and has shown a knack for big plays in bunches this season.
–Titans RT Jack Conklin vs. Chiefs OLB Justin Houston. The Chiefs would love to get Houston on the edge terrorizing and chasing Marcus Mariota. Conklin, an All-Pro as a rookie, will have to be up to the test against one of the NFL’s best pass rushers. Houston led the Chiefs with 9.5 sacks and Conklin gave up only two. The Chiefs don’t necessarily need Houston to bring down Mariota to win, but they need Houston setting the edge to contain Mariota in the pocket and play a role in slowing down the Titans’ running game.
–Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill vs. Titans CB Adoree’ Jackson. Hill recorded nine plays of more than 40 yards, including six touchdowns. Jackson led Tennessee with 17 passes broken up. Teams who leave Hill facing press coverage without safety help often find themselves chasing Hill from behind. The Chiefs thrive on deep balls to Hill.