With Kansas City and Tennessee advancing to next week’s AFC Championship Game, Georgia is guaranteed to have a player on a Super Bowl roster for the 19th consecutive year.
The Chiefs boast rookie receiver/kick returner Mecole Hardman and the Titans’ offensive line is anchored by 8-year veteran Ben Jones at center. Tennessee also has rookie linebacker D’Andre Walker on injured reserve.
The Chiefs will entertain the Titans next Sunday at 3:05 p.m. Super Bowl LIV will be Feb. 2 in
Miami Gardens, Fla.
NFL Divisional Round Results
Chiefs 51, Texans 31
Mecole Hardman, WR: Hardman caught two passes for 19 yards for the Chiefs, who are the AFC’s No. 2 seed. Hardman added six kickoff returns for 142 yards and a 1-yard punt return. Hardman and the Chiefs rallied from a 24-0 deficit, matching the fourth-largest comeback in NFL Playoffs history. Hardman recently was named as the AP NFL All-Pro Second-Team kick returner and earlier had been chosen for the AFC roster for the Pro Bowl as a return specialist.
Davin Bellamy, DE:
Bellamy spent the past week as a member of the Texans’ practice squad. He spent the regular season on Cincinnati’s practice squad, but he was re-signed by Houston — the AFC’s No. 4 seed — on Jan. 6. Bellamy was on the Texans’ practice squad for the 2018 season.
Titans 28, Ravens 12
Ben Jones, C: Jones played all 55 snaps at center and helped the Titans, who are the AFC’s No. 6 seed, accumulate 300 total yards. Behind Jones and his linemates, Tennessee ran for 217 yards and averaged 5.9 yards per rush.
D’Andre Walker, LB: The rookie has been on Tennessee’s injured reserve list the entire season.