Saturday night's playoff game between the New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans will feature a historic age gap between quarterbacks.

Tom Brady will be 40 years, 163 days old and Marcus Mariota will be 24 years, 75 days old. That will make it the first time in NFL history that starting quarterbacks in a postseason game were more than 16 years apart.

The previous record for the largest age difference between playoff starting quarterbacks was 15 years, 166 days, when 37-year-old Steve DeBerg's Chiefs beat 22-year-old Todd Marinovich's Raiders in 1991.