Total possessions. We only had 8 possessions in the entire game. Compare this to the amount of possessions the LOSING team in the Playoffs had starting from the Divisional round on. Amount of possessions of the LOSING team: Kansas City over Indianapolis - Indianapolis got 11 possessions LA Rams over Dallas - Dallas got 8 possessions New England over San Diego - San Diego got 11 possessions New Orleans over Philadelphia - Philadelphia got 9 possessions New England over Kansas City - Kansas City got 10 possessions LA Rams over New Orleans - New Orleans got 10 possessions New England over LA Rams - Rams got 12 possessions Percentage converted to Touchdowns: Indianapolis' offense converted 1 TD out of 11 - .091% Dallas' offense converted 3 TDs out of 8 - 37.5% San Diego's offense converted 4 TDs out of 11 - 36.36% Philadelphia's offense converted 2 TDs out of 9 - 22.22% Kansas City's offense converted 3 TDs out of 10 - 30% (KC actually converted 4, but I'm not gonna count that measly 23 yard TD drive that Mahomes converted....) New Orlean's offense converted 2 TDs out of 10 - 20% Rams' offense converted 0 TDs out of 12 - 0% Those who are griping about Dak's poor 3rd down conversion rate in the Rans game fail to see that all of the QBs did worse than he did converting TDs as an entire percentage of drives. Dak's conversion rate (37.5%) was the highest among all QBs in the playoffs starting from the Divisional Round on. I'm sure people are just waiting to pounce on me claiming Mahomes actually converted 40%, but one of those was a 23 yard drive.....come on now. I'd say based on those numbers, only Rivers was Dak's equal in the playoffs.