In a wild finish to a frantic game, Sam Sloman kicked a 37-yard field goal that doinked off an upright and through to give the Tennessee Titans a 41-38 victory over the Houston Texans on Sunday and the AFC South title.
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Sloman was replacing Stephen Gostkowski, who missed the game because he was on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
The Titans signed kicker Sloman to their practice squad during Week 12.
The play was set up by a 52-yard completion from Ryan Tannehill to A.J. Brown after the Texans had gotten a game-tying field goal.
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The victory gave the Titans a home-field Wild-Card game against the Baltimore Ravens in a rematch of last season.
The Indianapolis Colts, meanwhile, now have to go to Buffalo to face the sizzling Bills in a Wild-Card game.
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