Steve Christie from the Buffalo Bills kicked off, and Tennessee Titans player Lorenzo Neal received. Neal handed the ball off to Titans tight end Frank Wycheck, who threw a lateral across the field to another Titans player, Kevin Dyson, who then ran down the sidelines for a 75-yard touchdown. The play was named "Home Run Throwback" by the Titans and was developed by Special Teams Coordinator Alan Lowry. The Titans ran the play regularly in practices during the regular season, though the practices usually involved Derrick Mason, who had been injured earlier in the game and was unavailable for the situation. Dyson, as one of the team's lead wide receivers, rarely practiced with the special teams unit and was largely unfamiliar with the layout of the play. Nevertheless, his execution of Lowry's vision was flawless and thus became the "Music City Miracle". This Music City Miracle 8x10 Photo is hand signed by Kevin Dyson with Music City Miracle 1/8/00 inscription. Private Signing October 24, 2012 in Nashville, TN. Certificate of Authenticity.