Marcus Mariota throws touchdown to himself against Chiefs

Titans' Marcus Mariota tosses touchdown to himself

Titans' Marcus Mariota tosses touchdown to himself

Marcus Mariota lined up in shotgun formation with the Titans on the doorstep of the goal line with the team facing a critical third down. He found Corey Davis on a wide-open throw in the red zone and on numerous occasions, refused to scramble to extend plays at key moments. Somehow, Mariota threw a pass, had it tipped, and caught it for a touchdown.

Mariota finished with more than 200 passing yards and had two touchdowns in Tennessee's 22-21 win over Kansas City.

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It was the ultimate "I'll do it myself" play for a Titans offense that struggled to get much of anything going in the first half of the Titans-Chiefs wild-card game.

Not only was that the first touchdown pass of Mariota's career, but it was also his first touchdown catch, and yes, it goes in the scorebook as both.

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The play looked to be dead in the backfield until Mariota saved the day, and his fans and teammates celebrated their quarterback's extra effort. Referees ruled that Mariota was just behind the line of scrimmage when throwing the pass, and as he started in the shotgun, he was an eligible receiver.

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