Found December 24, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Green Bay Packers are heading to the Super Bowl.And the Tennessee Titans are heading for the number one overall pick in the draft.At first glance that might be what you come away with after Sunday's 55-7 shellacking of the Titans by Green Bay at Lambeau Field Sunday.More accurately, both teams are rolling along in completely different directions as the now 11-4 Green Bay pounded 5-10 Tennessee Sunday in a game where it looked like the Titans quit.  Consequently both teams are staring at a completely different set of questions as the 2012 seasons come to a close.Green Bay is priming for the playoffs. Tennessee will enter the final game of the season looking for answers all over the field, perhaps even at quarterback and head coach. Here's the five things we know after watching this exhibition, er, regular season game.1. This may be up for some debate but the Packers seem to be getting hot at the right time. Why the debate? The Titans were that bad.2. If Tennessee is going...
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