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According to Scorigami, that final score had never happened in the history of the league until Sunday, and it is also the 1,062nd unique final score to occur all-time.
A lot had to happen in order to get there. The Titans had to give up a safety and convert a two-point conversion after a Ryan Tannehill touchdown, while Lions kicker Matt Prater had to miss an extra point following a touchdown run by running back D’Andre Swift.
DET 25 – 46 TEN
That's Scorigami!! It's the 1062nd unique final score in NFL history.
— Scorigami (@NFL_Scorigami) December 20, 2020
This is the second time this season in which the Titans have achieved a unique score, as their 42-16 win over the Buffalo Bills was also a first.
Back in Week 12 against the Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee won 45-26, which was the second time in league history that score had happened. The last time occurred back in 1959 when the Baltimore Colts beat the Los Angeles Rams.