Mariota leads Titans to 22-21 comeback win over Chiefs

OK, it was no Music City Miracle.

The Titans scored 19 unanswered points to stun the Chiefs 22-21 in Kansas City on Saturday evening in the AFC wild-card playoff game.

Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota completed 19-of-31 passes for 205 yards in the contest, with two touchdowns and an interception.

It was the franchise's first playoff win since the 2003 season.

At that point, Mariota threw a pass that hit Decker right in the numbers and somehow, Decker was unable to come down with it.

Derrick Henry rushed for 156 yards and a touchdown to send the Titans (10-7) to the AFC Divisional round next week. A 35-yard run by Derrick Henry further cut into the Chiefs' lead before Eric Decker's 22-yard catch gave the Titans their first lead.

The Titans trailed 21-3 at halftime before rallying.

The Chiefs, whose offense gained less than 100 yards in the second half, drove into Titan territory on their final possession, but Smith missed Albert Wilson on a fourth-down pass with less than 2 minutes remaining. The Titans failed on the two-point conversion attempt.

Kareem Hunt carried just 11 times for 42 yards and the opening touchdown. It capped a six-play, 81-yard drive that was highlighted by a 45-yard completion from quarterback Alex Smith to receiver Tyreek Hill.

After only recording one first down in the entire first quarter, the Titans had a chance to pick up another first down early in the second quarter when they were faced with a third-and-4 from the 50-yard line.

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