DeMarco Murray was the bane of the Green Bay Packers’ existence Sunday in the first quarter of their NFL Week 10 game.

The Tennessee Titans running back ran for a touchdown and also threw one against the Packers at Nissan Stadium. He started quickly, bolting 75 yards to the end zone on the Titans’ first play from scrimmage.

Murray then showed off his lesser-known talent, finding tight end Delanie Walker for six more points.

Murray entered the game with 807 rushing yards, tops in the AFC and second only to Ezekiel Elliot among all NFL players, and his seven touchdowns ranked third in the league behind Melvin Gordon and LeGarrette Blount.

Murray sprinted and tossed his way to the top of those lists in less than 15 minutes of work Sunday. Time will tell whether he remains there for the rest of the weekend, and perhaps the season.

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