One Is the Magic Number in KC
And a Prediction
With a win, the Packers lock up home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs for the first time since 1996, when they won it all in Super Bowl XXXI.
With one more win, the Packers are just one win shy of tying the all-time consecutive win streak by the 2003-04 Patriots.
One year ago, on December 19, 2010, was the last time the Packers lost a game...falling just short to those same New England Patriots.
And with one more win, the Packers have one season in all of franchise history with an undefeated mark on the road.
Kansas City will get a jolt from new interim head coach Romeo Crennel, because the KC locker room had grown tired of Todd Haley's act.
The 30th ranked passing offense of the Chiefs will get a boost with Kyle Orton starting at quarterback. He's also prone to multiple turnovers.
And the 31st ranked Packers pass defense will take advantage, after 5 turnovers against last week's AFC West opponent, the Raiders. I haven't picked against the Pack yet this season...and I won't again. 31-20 Packers.
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