It will be Jew vs. Jew in the AFC Conference Finals next week.
It should come as no surprise that Mitchell Schwartz played on every offensive down (87) for the #1 seed Kansas City Chiefs in their 31-13 win over the visiting Indianapolis Colts, plus another five (17%) on special teams.
The Chiefs will face the #2 seed New England Patriots, making their eighth straight Conference final after outscoring the Los Angeles Chargers 35-7 in the first half en route to the 41-28 win. Nate Ebner made one tackle in 27 special teams plays (79 percent).
Of course, you realize what this means (barring any unforeseen circumstances): There will be a Jewish player in Super Bowl LIII.
In other football news… well, there isn’t much. The only thing of note is the post-season analysis of Arizona Cardinals QB Josh Rosen.