A statistical look at the Chiefs’ 30-0 win over the Texans, and the Steelers’ 18-16 win over the Bengals on Saturday:
0: Total return yards by the Texans.
2: Consecutive personal fouls against the Bengals to give the Steelers a first down at the Cincinnati 17 with 18 seconds to play.
2: Successful third-down conversions in 13 attempts by the Steelers.
3: First-half interceptions thrown by Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer. He finished with a career-high four.
3: Fumbles lost by the Bengals
7: Consecutive wild-card round losses by the Bengals.
10: Yards of Steelers’ wide receiver Martavis Bryant’s acrobatic third-quarter touchdown catch, and possible score he would have received for his gymnastic maneuver.
62: Total plays by both the Chiefs and Texans.
91: Rushing yards by the Bengals.
99: Game-high rushing yards by Texans running back Alfred Blue.
106: Length of the kickoff return by the Chiefs’ Knile Davis to open the game against the Texans.
119: Receiving yards by the Steelers’ Antonio Brown.
128: Receiving yards by Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce.
167: Rushing yards by the Steelers.
1990: The most recent year the Bengals won a playoff game.
Compiled by Jeff Caraska