Leading up to this game, I listed 10 things the Titans needed to do to win this game. They failed to accomplish any of them.
Of greater concern is the ever increasing regression of Jake Locker as this season wears on, but I digress.
The Green Bay Packers looked every bit the part of a team flying under the radar as a Super Bowl contender and put everyone in the NFC on notice with a 55-7 victory over the woefully bad Titans.
Rodgers had his way with the defense going 27/38 for 342 yards and 3 TDs before being pulled in the fourth quarter. The Packers defense racked up seven sacks on the day.
The Packers will watch Sunday Night Football hoping for a 49ers loss and then go on to battle the hard-charging Adrian Peterson and the Vikings in Week 17 to clinch the second seed.