Normally when I do the biggest winners and losers from any given game the Green Bay Packers play, I try to split it down the middle as much as I can. You know, five winners and five losers. Or maybe six winners and four losers.
But after the Packers beat the Tennessee Titans, 55-7, on Sunday at Lambeau Field, there sure won't be a lot of losers.
Certainly, there will be a lot of winners; that is for sure.
The romp against the Titans was truly a team effort.
The Packers locked up at least the No. 3 seed in the NFC playoffs with the win.
Plus, Green Bay became an even bigger winner on Sunday night, when the Seattle Seahawks whipped the San Francisco 49ers, 42-13. That win moved the Pack into the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs with one week to play in the regular season.
If the Packers can defeat the Minnesota Vikings on the road next week, the Packers will hold on to that No. 2 seed and have a bye the first week of the playoffs.