PFF broke down the numbers immediately after the AFC and NFC championship games, including scores, rookie standouts and more.
Offensive spotlight: On a day when he broke Jerry Rice's postseason receptions record, Travis Kelce put together an outstanding performance, hauling in all 11 of his targets for 116 yards, six first downs and a touchdown. Kelce's back shoulder touchdown grab was incredibly impressive, especially since it came against Kyle Hamilton — PFF's second-highest-graded safety in coverage (90.2) during the regular season.
Defensive spotlight: Missed tackles plagued the Lions against a shifty 49ers offense. C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Cameron Sutton each missed three, and eight other Detroit defenders contributed one apiece.
Linebacker Fred Warner made four stops in the run game and didn't miss any of his five tackle attempts.