Tennessee Titans Steal Final Second Win At Kansas City

The Tennessee Titans find a way to win on the road in Kansas City to keep playoff hopes alive.

Former Oregon Ducks Quarterback Marcus Mariota threw for over 200 yards on the day, had an interception and Tennessee missed a key two-point conversion that would have tied the game at 17 all with just over 3 minutes remaining.

It wasn’t meant to be as Tennessee looked up at the clock down 17-16, but Mariota had some magic left in the coldest game of his career in Kansas City. He pushed the Offense 40 yards to line-up a 53 yard Field Goal Attempt by Ryan Succop – it was good and the Titans kept their Playoff Hopes alive winning 19-17 over Kansas City.

The Tennessee Offense committed three turnovers and the Titans Defense had two big stops on the way to the win. De’Anthony Thomas and Mariota met and had a conversation following the game. It was a moment between two former Oregon Ducks. On Offense, DAT saw eight total yards of Offense and a kickoff return for 9 yards for the game.

Entering the week, the Titans are tied atop the AFC South with Houston. There are two games to go and the Division could come down to the last week. Houston visits the Titans on New Year’s Day.

First Tennessee will travel to face Jacksonville on the road this week(Saturday, December 24th, 10am PT, CBS) before meeting Houston(Sunday, January 1st, 10am PT, FOX)

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