The Green Bay Packers hosted the Tennessee Titans in Week 16 and utterly destroyed their guest, winning by a score of 55-7.
The Packers outgained the Titans by 280 yards, and the outcome of the game was never once in question.
Aaron Rodgers passed for 342 yards, throwing three touchdowns and running another one in from six yards out in the first quarter to get the onslaught started.
James Jones' incredible 2012 campaign continued rolling right along, as the Packers wide receiver caught another seven passes for 100 yards and one touchdown.
Second-year quarterback Jake Locker struggled to get anything going for the Titans, passing for just 140 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. He was harassed by the Packers pass rush all game long, which totaled seven sacks and 12 quarterback hits.
Locker outgained Chris Johnson on the ground, though, rushing for 32 yards on four carries. Johnson was held to just 28 yards on 11 carries.
The Packers improved to 11-4 on the season and will travel to face the Minnesota Vikings in Week 17, while the Titans fell to 5-10 and will host the Jacksonville Jaguars next Sunday.