Since we have a couple of fascinating matchups, I thought I would get this up a day or two early. First up is the Tennessee Titans at the Kansas City Chiefs, 3:05 PM EST. This should be a whale of a game. The Titans are 9-3 since Ryan Tannehill took over for Marcus Mariota. In that time RB Derrick Henry's production has also been off of the charts. If not for Tannehill, Henry would probably still be mired in the less-than-70 yards per game that he was averaging with Mariota behind center. Mike Vrabel's defense has also stepped up big. From a caste standpoint Tannehill is all that the Titans have going for them. His story is a big one though, hated in Miami and then caste aside, he shows up in Tennessee. It took Mike Vrabel 5 1/2 games into the season to finally pull the plug on 2015 No. 2 overall pick Mariota, and Tennessee went from the bottom to the top arguably behind 1 player. So the Titans have Tannehill at QB and a 3/5 white offensive line. All of the skill position players are black as is the entire defense. The Chiefs have a snowplow up front along with Travis Kelce at TE and Anthony "Sausage" Sherman getting around 16 snaps a game as a human battering ram FB. Blake Bell gets snaps (30 vs Texans) at TE as well. Defense currently has Daniel Sorensen starting at safety and Ben Niemann being a primary coverage LB in passing situations. BUT the Chiefs start hated Patrick (insert invective here) Mahomes at QB. The late game is the Green Bay Packers at the San Francisco 49ers, 6:40 PM EST. This game features two of the best QB's in the game with Jimmy Garapolo and Aaron Rodgers. On the surface it looks like the 'Niners might be too much for the Pack, but these games have a way of surprising. Pack features a 3/5 O-line and has an occasional Jake Kumerow sighting on offense. Danny Vitale is at FB, yet like most modern-NFL offenses, isn't in the game much. Defensively the Pack has Dean Lowry and Tyler Lancaster on the D-line with semi-anonymous tackling machine Blake Martinez at LB. The 49ers have a 4/5 O-line and feature TE George Kittle. FB Kyle Juszczyk is an integral part of the offense as well. Defensively they start super stud Nick Bosa at DE and have Anthony Zettel as a rotational player off of the bench. So they are fairly even from a caste perspective, should be a fun thing to see how many root for one or the other. I like the 49ers, but would really like to see Rodgers notch another Super Bowl ring.