It's not a sexy answer, but Blue isn't wrong about a game that fellow Around the NFL writer Chris Wesseling forecast as a "low-scoring slobberknocker."
Both of these teams have come this far without the help of their top runners. The Texans lost Arian Foster for the year back in Week 7, while Kansas City has piled up 10-straight wins without the help of Pro Bowl back Jamaal Charles. Blue, Jonathan Grimes, Chris Polk and Akeem Hunt have all contributed to a hot-and-cold Houston run game, while Kansas City finished the year as the NFL's sixth best team on the ground.
Anything can happen, but logic tells us we're in for a wild-card slugfest that resembles something shot out of a cannon from 1921.