Packers put it all together against Titans

It took more than three months, but the Green Bay Packers finally played a “complete game” by overwhelming the Tennessee Titans, 40-14, on a snowy Lambeau Field on Sunday night.
Green Bay’s offense, defense and special teams all contributed to the lopsided victory.
As has been the rule most of the season, quarterback Aaron Rodgers and wide receiver Davante Adams displayed their magic show. Rodgers completed 21-of-25 passes for 231 yards, 4 touchdowns and 1 interception for a 128.1 passer rating. Adams snared 11 of Rodgers passes for 142 yards and three touchdowns.
Rookie running back AJ Dillon, the “next man up” in the backfield, had a huge “coming out party,” after coming off the COVID-19 list. Filling in for injured Jamaal Williams, Dillon managed 124 yards on 21 carries and the first two touchdowns of his NFL career.
A highly energized Green Bay defense turned in its best game of the season, allowing the Titans only 260 total yards. Derrick Henry, the NFL’s leading rusher, was held to 98 yards on 23 carries.  
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was the biggest surprise for the Titans, scoring on a 45-yard TD run. Otherwise, his stat line was unimpressive. Tannehill completed 11-of-24 passes for 121 yards, 1 TD, 2 interceptions and an extremely poor 40.5 passer rating.
Packers’ safety Darnell Savage picked off one Tannehill pass with linebacker Christian Kirksey intercepting another.
The Packers improved to 12-3 and head to Chicago late Sunday afternoon to take on “Da Bears.” The Packers must win or tie the Bears (7-8) or have the Seattle Seahawks (10-4) lose or tie against the San Francisco 49ers (6-9) to be assured of the NFC's No. 1 seed and a critical bye to begin the playoffs.
It should be an interesting week.