It’s now down to just four teams and the winners will face each other in Super Bowl LIV. The Titans shocked the world when they blew past the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday evening. Just when it looked like the Baltimore Ravens were unstoppable and Super Bowl-bound, Mike Vrabel’s Tennesee Titans traveled up to Baltimore and absolutely dominated the Ravens, who have the No. Nobody thought this would happen.
The Ravens had proven that they could beat anyone in the league. They faced and beat the Patriots, 49ers, and Bills. They absolutely smashed teams that other teams struggled with like the Texans and Rams. But the Titans are set on writing their own story, and not let anyone else dictate their season.
They started slow and by the middle of the 2019 season, they looked nothing like a playoff team. Then suddenly, the whole team seemed to adopt Vrabel’s attitude and the offense got rolling with Ryan Tannehill under center.
The Kansas City Chiefs
It was looking rough early on when the Houston Texans came out and put up 21 unanswered points in the first quarter. It looked like the beginning of a very long game for Chiefs fans in Arrowhead Stadium. The Mahomes and the Chiefs came out in the second Qtr. and put up 28 unanswered points to come back from a 21-point deficit to regain the lead by a touchdown.
That said, it won’t be as easy. Although the Chiefs are the best second-half team in the NFL, hands-down, the Texans should not have been in the playoffs. Now they will be hosting a Titans team that allows just 19.78 points per game and 16.59 points per game on the road. So, the Titans have already proven that they can beat the Chiefs and there are no excuses because Mahomes played in this one and put up 446 yards and 3 Tds.
So I would expect a similar outcome, not that the Titans are automatic winners, but a close game, probably within just 3-points. So, I would give a slight edge to the Chiefs in this one. Defensively, we have 16.6 allowed for the Titans vs.