A good round of games this weekend, just like the Wildcard week. Up this week are: Saturday 4:35 PM EST: Minnesota Vikings at the San Francisco 49ers. This should be a fun game to watch as many of the highly-visible stars for both of these teams are melanin-deficient. Both QB's are top notch young players. SF has maybe the best TE in football with fifth round pick George Kittle. There were EIGHT tight ends selected before him, notably all-world stiff O.J. Howard. For the Vikings Adam Thielen seems to be getting his groove back. And I always love seeing Harrison Smith and Andrew Sendejo on the field at the same time. I like both of these teams about the same, just looking to see a good, fun game. Saturday 8:15 PM EST: Tennessee Titans at the Baltimore Ravens. Now this one is a super-easy game to pick a favorite in. Ryan Tannehill over Lamar Jackson is a no-brainer. I think the Titans have a shot only because they are a physical team on both sides of the ball, and that's what is needed to keep Jackson off of the field and to clamp down on his running. We shall see. Sunday 3:05 PM EST: Houston Texans at the Kansas City Chiefs. Ugh. The only thing that the Texans have going for them from a caste football standpoint is JJ Watt. The rest of the team is perhaps the blackest in the league. The Chiefs at least have a snowplow up front, half of a white QB, Travis Kelce at TE and two palefales who see better than 50% of the snaps on D in Daniel Sorensen and Ben Niemann. I'll be a homer and root for the Chiefs here. Can you imagine an AFC Championship game between the Ravens and the Texans? That might be one of the worst games ever. Sunday 6:40 PM EST: Seattle Seahawks at the Green Bay Packers. Outside of the QB position, these two teams are remarkably similar from a caste perspective, bad. But that's enough for me, I'll be rooting hard for Aaron Rodgers and his African contingent over Russell Wilson and his sub-Saharan comrades led by gum-chomping plantation master Pete Carroll. 'Nuff said.