NASHVILLE, Tenn. – On first glance, it seemed Marcus Mariota let the ball go earlier than he typically would.

Up the right side, Corey Davis hadn’t turned yet. He didn’t turn to look for it until really late, but when he did he was remarkably able to collect it on super-short notice.

“That play, I don’t know if I’ve seen one like that,” Mike Mularkey said. “The anticipation by the quarterback and the receiver to be able to catch that was pretty impressive.”DavisCIN

Said Mariota: “It’s a big-time play. For him to keep his concentration and come down with it was huge.”

That was the highlight of the day for the Titans rookie receiver, playing in just his fourth NFL game, a 24-20 Titans in over the Bengals.

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