Greatest Titans Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Tennessee football history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2018 Wild Card Round, QB, WR, RB. He Does It All
2009 Regular Season, He's Back. Young's 99-Yd Drive
2004 Wild Card Round, McNair's Drive. Anderson's Kick
2000 Wild Card Round, The Music City Miracle

Rest your pint on history.

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2018 Wild Card Round
QB, WR, RB. He Does It All
Tennessee vs Kansas City
22 - 21
Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO
Halfway into the 3rd quarter down 21-3, Mariota displayed one of the craziest plays in history as he caught his own deflected pass and ran it into the endzone himself. This play helped spark a rallying comeback as Tennessee went on to beat Kansas City 22-21 and advance into the Divisional Round.

2009 Regular Season
He's Back. Young's 99-Yd Drive
Tennessee vs Arizona
20 - 17
LP Field, Nashville, TN
Having started 0-6, Tennessee benched Collins and turned back to Vince Young. Young would win 5 in a row, highlighted by an amazing 99-yard game-winning drive which included multiple 3rd and 4th down conversions en route to a 4th and goal touchdown pass as time expired. He's Back.

2004 Wild Card Round
McNair's Drive. Anderson's Kick
Tennessee vs Baltimore
20 - 17
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Having lost 5 straight to Baltimore, this Wild Card matchup would be different as a hobbled Steve McNair valiantly limped his way to a game-winning drive which set up the league's oldest player, 44-year old Gary Anderson to use all the power he had left to convert from 46 yards and secure victory.

2000 Wild Card Round
The Music City Miracle
Tennessee vs Buffalo
22 - 16
Adelphia Colesium, Nashville, TN
Let's be honest - if you've never seen this play, you don't deserve these coasters. The Music City Miracle remains of of professional football's most famous plays of all time. It has everything in it - a game-winning score, playoff stress, trickery, controversy, and jubilation. Nothing can beat it.