Marcus Mariota Threw His First Playoff TD... To Himself

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Marcus Mariota had an eventful first career playoff game.

Mariota's Tennessee Titans went down big early, only to come storming back in the second half to win at Kansas City.

One of the games major plays came from the former Heisman trophy winning quarterback Mariota, who during a scramble near the end zone managed to throw a touchdown--to himself.

After the game, Titans running back Derrick Henry joked that Mariota can simply do it all.

He can run. He can pass. He can block,” said Henry of Mariota. “He can catch, too.

Mariota is only the second player in NFL history to throw a touchdown to himself (Brad Johnson being the other in 1997) and the first to do so in the playoffs.

With the 22-21 victory, Mariota and the Titans move on in the playoffs to face either the Pittsburgh Steelers or New England Patriots for their divisional-round contest.

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