The Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers and Tennessee Titans have combined for just one Super Bowl win since the 2000 season. The Packers won in 2010. Packers Quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a playoff menace and can never be underestimated to deliver big plays. However the 49ers defense should be stout enough to stop him in the defining moments that will determine this game. The 49ers Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo has been awaiting this opportunity since figuring he would replace the ageless Tom Brady. Therefore I believe the edge will go to the home team favorites 49ers in a close one. The Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes had an incredible come from behind win last week over the Houston Texans. He is truly an extraordinary player who can do so many things when he has the ball. The problem is, he will be playing a Tennessee Titans team who also have a great player in running back Derrick Henry or “King Henry” as the Titans like to call him. The 6’3″ 247 pounds of smash mouth destruction that the Chiefs are about to face with their suspect run defense should be an entertaining match up between a dynamic Chiefs offense and an old school control the tempo Titans offense. Oh and did I mention the road victories over the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens. Sure a sixth seed is a long shot to make the Super Bowl and another road game will be difficult, but this Titans team has the momentum of not only its improbable victories but a running back that always seems to be running downhill. Look for the team with a King to ascend, as royalty will grace the Super Bowl in another close game.