Titans Successfully Execute 'Music City Miracle' Reenactment

The Music City Miracle was arguably the biggest game in the history of the Tennessee Titans, and a large part of that was the 'Home Run Throwback,' a play the team practiced over and over again on kickoffs, but didn't use until they needed it most.

The win got the Titans into a divisional playoff game, and Tennessee would later wind up in the Super Bowl to face the Rams. Nostalgia is great, but reenactment is even better.

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The throwback by Darius Reynaud allowed Tommie Campbell to flip sides of the field and take the punt 65 yards into the endzone, giving the Titans a 17-6 lead over the Lions.

It's yet to be seen if the 0-2 Titans have any more magic in them to get anywhere close to the Super Bowl this year, with first-year starter Jake Locker under center, but we can all agree this makes for a very nice play -- and an even better gif.

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