Titans' Marcus Mariota tosses touchdown to himself

  • Titans' Marcus Mariota tosses touchdown to himself

Titans' Marcus Mariota tosses touchdown to himself

The NFL knows Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota is a double threat who can run and throw for touchdowns.

The Tennessee Titans needed some kind of spark to wiggle back into their game against Kansas City on Saturday, and quarterback Marcus Mariota found a insane way to do it - just not on goal. The Titans quarterback was flushed out of the pocket on 3rd and goal at the six.

The touchdown, which capped a 15-play, 91-yard drive, cut the Chiefs' lead to 21-10 with 6:31 remaining in the third quarter at Arrowhead Stadium.

Vikings quarterback Brad Johnson threw a touchdown to himself in similar fashion in a 1997 game against the Panthers.

The Titans finally got on the board late in the first half today in Kansas City, but they needed some help from referee Jeff Triplette.

The real winners are the fantasy football players.

Sometimes you just have to do it all by yourself.

Mariota is the first player in the Super Bowl era with a pass TD and receiving TD in a single playoff game, and Mariota did it on the same play.

Even if the Chiefs blow away the Titans in the second half, the NFL Playoffs have already given us an all-time highlight.