Darrelle Revis gave up on the Tennessee Titans game-winning play

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It's been an odd season for the Tennessee Titans, who are making their first playoff appearance in almost a decade (2008).

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson (12) can not catch a pass against Tennessee Titans strong safety Johnathan Cyprien (37) during the fourth quarter in the AFC Wild Card playoff football game at Arrowhead Stadium on Sat., Jan. 6, 2018.

Titans' head coach Mike Mularkey: making his first postseason appearance as National Football League head coach. They answered them all, scoring 19 unanswered points in the second half to earn a thrilling 22-21 comeback victory.

Murray had 184 carries for 659 yards and a team-high six rushing touchdowns in 15 regular season games, along with 39 receptions for 266 yards.

"That was his big coming out party", left tackle Taylor Lewan said. Eddie George did it twice, Earl Campbell once.

The Kansas City Chiefs filed wordlessly into their locker room on Saturday evening, where they were left to contemplate yet another painful playoff defeat. The Chiefs have averaged 28.6 points in their past five games, and quarterback Alex Smith (26 TDs, five interceptions) has explosive weapons in running back Kareem Hunt, tight end Travis Kelce and wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

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McCurley has spent 12 years with the Packers, originally joining the organization as a coaching administrative intern in 2006. Offensive coordinator Edgar Bennett? He was the offensive coordinator when the Packers won the Super Bowl in the 2010 season.

There's a good chance that Marcus Mariota is going to remember his first career playoff touchdown pass for the rest of his life and that's mainly because he threw it to himself.

"He can run. He can pass. And it's something special", Mariota said after the game. "He can catch, too".

"That's not where I'm at right now, " Reid said after the Chiefs lost for the fifth time in six games, this time 16-10 to the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium. Despite a three-game losing streak in December, they managed to sneak into the postseason despite a less-than-spectacular year by quarterback Marcus Mariota.

The microwave-quick development of Carson Wentz (MVP candidate) and Jared Goff (worst QB in 2016), makes Marcus Mariota look like a flop from three years ago. Their opponent is the Tennessee Titans as they aim for their first home playoff win in over two decades. The last was by the Patriots in Super Bowl LI, which also had a 21-3 halftime score. In the running game, the Titans' offensive line did him no favors, but Henry admitted himself that he played "soft".

The Titans have consistently shown heart and fight this season, even when everything wasn't clicking on all cylinders. Titans OLB Erik Walden is appearing in playoffs with fourth different team. Smith went 24 of 33 for 264 yards and two touchdowns. They responded playing with much more aggression and flow to the football. That's What I REID Into It for this week.