Kansas City Chiefs nose tackle Dontari Poe tips the scales at 346-pounds, on On Christmas Day, he became the heaviest person to throw a touchdown pass in NFL history. The Chiefs had already been using Poe as a fullback around the goal line, but with a commanding 27-10 lead over their divisional rival Denver Broncos in the fourth quarter, Poe took the handoff and threw a jump pass to tight end Demetrius Harris for a touchdown. The score sealed a 33-10 victory, and added a new level of embarrassment to a once proud Broncos defense, which has now surrendered a touchdown pass to the fattest quarterback in NFL history. Eat your heart out Jared Lorenzen. Everyone knew that Dontari Poe was a freak after the NFL combine when he ran a 4.98 40-yard-dash at 348-pounds then completed 44 repetitions on the bench press, and he has developed into the Pro Bowl level nose tackle that the Chiefs hopes he would when they selected him 11th overall in the 2012 NFL Draft, but I do not think anyone expected him to turn into an offensive threat who can provide one of SportSmasher.com‘s favorite NFL highlights. Fat guy touchdowns.