The Music City Miracle is an American football play that took place on January 8, 2000 during the National Football League (NFL)'s 1999–2000 playoffs. It occurred at the end of the Wild-Card playoff game between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills at Adelphia Coliseum, now known as Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, Tennessee. After the Bills had taken a 16–15 lead on a field goal with 16 seconds remaining in the game, Titans tight end Frank Wycheck threw a lateral pass across the field to Kevin Dyson on the ensuing kickoff return, and Dyson then ran 75 yards to score the winning touchdown and earn a 22–16 victory.

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  • The Music City Miracle is an American football play that took place on January 8, 2000 during the National Football League (NFL)'s 1999–2000 playoffs. It occurred at the end of the Wild-Card playoff game between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills at Adelphia Coliseum, now known as Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, Tennessee. After the Bills had taken a 16–15 lead on a field goal with 16 seconds remaining in the game, Titans tight end Frank Wycheck threw a lateral pass across the field to Kevin Dyson on the ensuing kickoff return, and Dyson then ran 75 yards to score the winning touchdown and earn a 22–16 victory. (en)
  • Con il termine Music City Miracle ci si riferisce a una giocata nel turno delle wild card nei playoff della AFC giocato l'8 gennaio 2000 all'Adelphia Coliseum di Nashville, Tennessee, tra i Tennessee Titans e i Buffalo Bills della National Football League. Dopo che Bills erano passati in vantaggio per 16–15 grazie a un field goal con 16 secondi al termine della partita, il tight end dei Titans Frank Wycheck lanciò un passaggio laterale per Kevin Dyson nel successivo ritorno di kickoff e questi corse per 75 yard segnando il touchdown della vittoria per 22–16. (it)
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  • ;Second quarter *TEN: Safety, Jevon Kearse sacked Rob Johnson in end zone *TEN: Steve McNair 1 yard run *TEN: Del Greco 40 yard FG ;Third quarter *BUF: Antowain Smith 4 yard run ;Fourth quarter *BUF: Smith 1 yard run *TEN: Del Greco 36 yard FG *BUF: Christie 41 yard FG *TEN: Kevin Dyson 75 yard kickoff return
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  • ;Top passers *BUF – Rob Johnson – 10/22, 131 YDS, 0 TD, 0 INT *TEN – Steve McNair – 13/24, 76 YDS, 0 TD, INT ;Top rushers *BUF – Antowain Smith – 14 CAR, 79 YDS, 2 TD *TEN – Eddie George – 29 CAR, 106 YDS ;Top receivers *BUF – Peerless Price – 5 REC, 62 YDS *TEN – Frank Wycheck – 4 REC, 29 YDS
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  • The Music City Miracle is an American football play that took place on January 8, 2000 during the National Football League (NFL)'s 1999–2000 playoffs. It occurred at the end of the Wild-Card playoff game between the Tennessee Titans and Buffalo Bills at Adelphia Coliseum, now known as Nissan Stadium, in Nashville, Tennessee. After the Bills had taken a 16–15 lead on a field goal with 16 seconds remaining in the game, Titans tight end Frank Wycheck threw a lateral pass across the field to Kevin Dyson on the ensuing kickoff return, and Dyson then ran 75 yards to score the winning touchdown and earn a 22–16 victory. (en)
  • Con il termine Music City Miracle ci si riferisce a una giocata nel turno delle wild card nei playoff della AFC giocato l'8 gennaio 2000 all'Adelphia Coliseum di Nashville, Tennessee, tra i Tennessee Titans e i Buffalo Bills della National Football League. Dopo che Bills erano passati in vantaggio per 16–15 grazie a un field goal con 16 secondi al termine della partita, il tight end dei Titans Frank Wycheck lanciò un passaggio laterale per Kevin Dyson nel successivo ritorno di kickoff e questi corse per 75 yard segnando il touchdown della vittoria per 22–16. (it)
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