The Tennessee Titans rallied from a 17-3 deficit to knock off the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles in overtime.
Tennessee quarterback Marcus Mariota had one of his best games to date as a pro, totaling 344 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, 46 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown on the afternoon.
The Titans actually took a 3-point lead late in the fourth quarter after scoring 17 consecutive points before an Eagles' 30-yard field goal forced overtime.
Philadelphia opened overtime with a field goal on their first possession, but the Titans then marched 75 yards on 16 plays for the victory.
This 10-yard pass from Mariota to a leaping Corey Davis sent Nissan Stadium into a frenzy.
Davis finished the game with nine receptions and 161 receiving yards.