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NFL playoffs by the numbers

0 — University of Georgia QBs to start and win a Super Bowl

0 — TD passes thrown by 49ers quarterback Jímmy Garoppolo this postseason

0 — Playoff games Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has won against the 49ers (0-4)

0 — Turnovers by Chiefs and Bills in Sunday’s game

1 — Home teams that won this past weekend (Kansas City)

2 — AFC championships the Bengals have won (in two appearances)

3 — Times Tom Brady has lost to the Rams as a member of Buccaneers (5-1 with Patriots)

4 — Fumbles Rams lost against the Buccaneers (most for a winning playoff team since 1975)

4 — Fourth-down conversions by the Buffalo Bills on Sunday

7 — Playoff road games the Bengals lost before Saturday

7 — Super Bowl rings won by Tom Brady

9 — Sacks by Tennessee Titans’ defense against Bengals QB Joe Burrow

12 — Games Rams have won this season when Cooper Kupp catches a TD pass

13 — Years since a championship game hasn’t included Tom Brady or Aaron Rodgers

17  — Conference championships that 49ers have been in since 1970 (a record)

18 — Seasons since Super Bowl champions repeated (2004 New England Patriots)

25 — Points scored in the last 1:54 of regulation in Bills-Chiefs game

25 — Total penalty yards in Bills-Chiefs game

58 —Combined points scored in Saturday’s Bengals-Titans and 49ers-Packers games

68 — Yards rushing by Bills QB Josh Allen to lead team

69 — Yards rushing by Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes to lead team

81 — Pass attempts by Chiefs and Bills combined (60 completions)

92 — Pass attempts by Rams and Buccaneers combined (58 completions)

135 — Combined points scored in Sunday’s Bucs-Rams and Bills-Chiefs games

183 — Receiving yards for Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp

201 — Receiving yards for Buffalo Bills receiver Gabriel Davis (plus 4 TDs)


Sunday’s picks

Conference championships

AFC: Cincinnati at Kansas City

Kansas City -7   Total 54 1/2



NFC: San Francisco at Los Angeles

Los Angeles -3 1/2   Total 47



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