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Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens Pick & Prediction NOV 22TH 2020

FinishedTV: CBSM&T Bank Stadium Baltimore

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Tennessee Titans vs. Baltimore Ravens Recap NOV 22TH 2020

Derrick Henry rushed for a franchise-postseason-record 195 yards on 30 carries and also passed for a touchdown, as the Tennessee Titans routed the host Baltimore Ravens 28-12 on Saturday night in the AFC divisional playoff round.

It was the second straight huge playoff performance for Henry, who has placed the sixth-seeded Titans (11-7) within one win of advancing to the Super Bowl. Tennessee will travel to face the winner of Sunday's game between the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs in next weekend's AFC Championship game.

Ryan Tannehill passed for two touchdowns despite having just 88 yards, and he also rushed for one score as the Titans outplayed the top-seeded Ravens (14-3). Jurrell Casey contributed a big strip sack, while Kevin Byard and Kenny Vaccaro recorded interceptions.

Henry has rushed for 377 yards in the two playoff victories. He had set a franchise record with 182 rushing yards in last week's wild-card round victory over the New England Patriots before breaking it again versus the Ravens. Counting a 211-yard performance against the Texans to conclude the regular season, Henry is the first player in NFL history with 180 or more rushing yards in three consecutive games.

Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson completed 31 of 59 passes for 365 yards, one touchdown, the two picks and the lost fumble. He rushed for 143 yards on 20 carries, but it took him nearly 49 minutes to get the Ravens into the end zone. His team fell despite having a 530-300 edge in total offense.

Tennessee started the scoring with two touchdowns and held a 14-6 halftime lead before dominating the third quarter.

Henry rushed for 117 yards in third quarter, including a 66-yard burst on third-and-1 to move the ball to the Baltimore 6-yard line. On third-and-goal from the 3, Henry took the direct snap and paused behind the line before elevating to throw a perfect jump pass to Corey Davis, increasing the lead to 21-6 with 6:54 left in the third quarter.

On Baltimore's next play from scrimmage, Casey knocked the ball away from Jackson during the sack, and teammate Jeffery Simmons recovered at the Baltimore 20. Six plays later, Tannehill kept the ball on the option, broke through a tackle and scored on third-and-goal from the 1 to make it 28-6 with 4:16 remaining.

Baltimore finally found the end zone when Jackson threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Hayden Hurst with 11:04 left. The Ravens' two-point pass was incomplete.

Tannehill got Tennessee moving early by tossing a 12-yard touchdown pass to Jonnu Smith, who made a fabulous juggling catch with 3:36 left in the opening quarter. He threw another scoring pass 15 seconds into the second quarter when Kalif Raymond made a diving 45-yard touchdown catch after shedding the coverage of Baltimore's Marlon Humphrey.

Justin Tucker kicked field goals of 49 and 22 in the second quarter for the Ravens, who finished 0-for-4 on fourth down, including two failures on fourth-and-1. Entering the game, Baltimore had not been stopped on a fourth-and-1 all season.

--Field Level Media

The Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens are known for having two of the highest-scoring offenses in the NFL. Both are looking to play to that identity again on Sunday when they meet in a key AFC battle in Baltimore.

Each comes in with a 6-3 record, but neither has been at its best of late. Tennessee's 34-17 loss to Indianapolis on Nov. 12 was its third in four games, dropping it completely out of the seven-team AFC playoff field for now.

The Ravens' 23-17 Sunday night loss at New England snapped a league-record 31-game streak in which they scored at least 20 points, but also served to highlight the biggest problem for their sputtering offense -- a sudden inability to create big plays.

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In going 14-2 last year and earning the No. 1 seed in the AFC, Baltimore averaged 6.1 yards per play and 11.6 yards per completion, good for third and 13th in the NFL, respectively. This year, those numbers are down to 5.5 and 11.2, respectively.

"We want more big plays for sure," said Ravens coach John Harbaugh. "We want catch-and-run plays. We took numerous opportunities to try to throw the ball deep in that game, and none of them really happened in terms of the deep throws.

"So you just have to keep working on it and try to make it happen. If we could make some big plays in the passing game, that would be huge for us."

Quarterback Lamar Jackson isn't experiencing that big of a drop-off from last year. His current numbers are on pace to be just slightly down from an MVP season. But Jackson has already turned the ball over as much this year as he did last year.

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Opponents have also been able to take away deep threat Marquise Brown, who in his last three games has just six catches for 55 yards. Brown was averaging 14.5 yards per catch before that stretch.

The Titans might be the team that could fix that issue. They have experienced problems most of the season against the pass, and veteran quarterback Philip Rivers exploited it last week. With an anemic pass rush managing just one sack on 39 attempts, Rivers threw for 308 yards.

But with other issues plaguing Tennessee -- a banged-up offensive line and special teams problems -- coach Mike Vrabel is more worried about the macro than the micro.

"We're just trying to win a game," he said. "A lot of teams are bunched up just like last year. We're trying to put our head down and focusing on continuing to improve at this point in the season, knowing teams are going in different directions."

Vrabel surprised more than a few pundits when he opted to stick with Stephen Gostkowski for placements and Trevor Daniel on punts in place of the injured Brett Kern. Gostkowski is just 12 of 20 on field goals, while Daniel shanked a 17-yarder and had a punt blocked to fuel the Colts' 21-0 second-half surge.

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Former Raiders kicker Giorgio Tavecchio is on the Titans' practice squad, but Vrabel, a former teammate of Gostkowski's in New England, reiterated on Monday that he's the team's kicker, so keep this in mind when betting on NFL player props for this game.

Lost in both teams' need to win is the fact this is a rematch of an AFC divisional round game last January in Baltimore, when Tennessee got 195 yards rushing from Derrick Henry in a 28-12 upset. Jackson's 508 total yards -- 365 passing, 143 rushing -- amounted to nothing more than a fourth-quarter touchdown pass after the game was decided.

--Field Level Media

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Tennessee Titans

Baltimore Ravens

Player Position Lineup
Khari Blasingame primary: Fullback Starter
A.J. Brown primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Jayon Brown primary: Inside Linebacker Starter
Malcolm Butler primary: Cornerback Starter
Kevin Byard primary: Free Safety Starter
Nate Davis primary: Right Guard Starter
Rashaan Evans primary: Inside Linebacker Starter
Derrick Henry primary: Runningback Starter
Amani Hooker primary: Cornerback Starter
Ben Jones primary: Center Starter
DaQuan Jones primary: Nose Tackle Starter
Dennis Kelly primary: Right Tackle Starter
Harold Landry III primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Derick Roberson primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Jeffery Simmons primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Jonnu Smith primary: Tight End Starter
Ryan Tannehill primary: Quarterback Starter
Ty Sambrailo primary: Left Tackle Starter
Jack Crawford primary: Defensive End Starter
Aaron Brewer primary: Left Guard Starter
Geoff Swaim primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Breon Borders primary: Cornerback Starter
Daren Bates primary: Linebacker Substitution
Cameron Batson primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Corey Davis primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Matt Dickerson primary: Defensive End Substitution
Jamil Douglas primary: Guard Substitution
Anthony Firkser primary: Tight End Substitution
Joshua Kalu primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Kalif Raymond primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
David Quessenberry primary: Offensive Linesman Substitution
Logan Woodside primary: Quarterback Substitution
Nick Dzubnar primary: Linebacker Substitution
Chris Jackson primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Teair Tart primary: Defensive Tackle Substitution
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Jeremy McNichols primary: Runningback Substitution
Will Compton primary: Linebacker Substitution
Stephen Gostkowski primary: Kicker Substitution
Senorise Perry primary: Runningback Substitution
Chris Milton primary: Cornerback Substitution
Tuzar Skipper primary: Linebacker Substitution
D'Onta Foreman primary: Runningback Substitution
Matt Overton primary: Long Snapper Substitution
Desmond King II primary: Cornerback Substitution
Trevor Daniel primary: Punter Substitution
Adam Humphries primary: Wide Receiver Not active
Adoree' Jackson primary: Defensive Back Not active
Rodger Saffold III primary: Guard Not active
Kenny Vaccaro primary: Safety Not active
MyCole Pruitt primary: Tight End Not active
Isaiah Wilson primary: Offensive Tackle Did not play
Larrell Murchison primary: Defensive Linesman Not active
Greg Mabin primary: Cornerback Did not play
Matthew Orzech primary: Long Snapper Not active
Player PositionLineup
Bradley Bozeman primary: Left Guard Starter
Orlando Brown Jr. primary: Left Tackle Starter
Marquise Brown primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Chuck Clark primary: Strong Safety Starter
Gus Edwards primary: Runningback Starter
DeShon Elliott primary: Free Safety Starter
Justin Ellis primary: Nose Tackle Starter
Marlon Humphrey primary: Right Cornerback Starter
Lamar Jackson primary: Quarterback Starter
Matthew Judon primary: Strong Outside Linebacker Starter
Patrick Mekari primary: Center Starter
Marcus Peters primary: Left Cornerback Starter
Ben Powers primary: Right Guard Starter
Patrick Ricard primary: Fullback Starter
Matt Skura primary: Center Starter
Willie Snead IV primary: Wide Receiver Starter
Derek Wolfe primary: Defensive End Starter
Patrick Queen primary: Middle Linebacker Starter
Justin Madubuike primary: Defensive Tackle Starter
Malik Harrison primary: Weak Linebacker Starter
D.J. Fluker primary: Right Tackle Starter
Pernell McPhee primary: Outside Linebacker Starter
Mark Andrews primary: Tight End Substitution
Chris Board primary: Inside Linebacker Substitution
Tyus Bowser primary: Outside Linebacker Substitution
Miles Boykin primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Morgan Cox primary: Long Snapper Substitution
Jaylon Ferguson primary: Outside Linebacker Substitution
L.J. Fort primary: Inside Linebacker Substitution
Justice Hill primary: Runningback Substitution
Mark Ingram II primary: Runningback Substitution
Sam Koch primary: Punter Substitution
Justin Tucker primary: Kicker Substitution
Will Holden primary: Guard Substitution
Anthony Levine Sr. primary: Defensive Back Substitution
Jimmy Smith primary: Cornerback Substitution
J.K. Dobbins primary: Runningback Substitution
Devin Duvernay primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Broderick Washington primary: Defensive Tackle Substitution
James Proche II primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Kristian Welch primary: Linebacker Substitution
Jordan Richards primary: Safety Substitution
Yannick Ngakoue primary: Defensive End Substitution
Dez Bryant primary: Wide Receiver Substitution
Tramon Williams primary: Cornerback Substitution
Luke Willson primary: Tight End Substitution
Robert Griffin III primary: Quarterback Did not play
Brandon Williams primary: Defensive Tackle Not active
Jihad Ward primary: Defensive End Not active
Calais Campbell primary: Defensive End Not active
Ben Bredeson primary: Guard Not active
Geno Stone primary: Safety Not active
Trystan Colon-Castillo primary: Center Did not play

Tennessee Titans

Baltimore Ravens

  • Match Start
  • Period 1
  • MIN 1
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 30 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Justin Tucker
  • MIN 8
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 1 Yards
    • Passer: Ryan Tannehill
    • Conv Kicker: Stephen Gostkowski
    • Pass Receiver: Jonnu Smith
  • Period 2
  • MIN 0
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 40 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Stephen Gostkowski
  • MIN 5
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Rush
    • 2 Yards
    • Rusher: J.K. Dobbins
    • Conv Receiver: J.K. Dobbins
    • Conv Passer: Lamar Jackson
  • MIN 11
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 27 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Justin Tucker
  • Period 3
  • MIN 5
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 40 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Stephen Gostkowski
  • MIN 9
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 31 Yards
    • Conv Kicker: Justin Tucker
    • Passer: Lamar Jackson
    • Pass Receiver: Mark Andrews
  • Period 4
  • MIN 0
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 29 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Justin Tucker
  • MIN 2
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Pass
    • 14 Yards
    • Conv Rusher: Ryan Tannehill
    • Passer: Ryan Tannehill
    • Pass Receiver: A.J. Brown
  • MIN 11
    • scoring-play
    • Field Goal
    • 22 Yards
    • FG Kicker: Stephen Gostkowski
  • Period 5
  • MIN 5
    • scoring-play
    • Touchdown
    • Rush
    • 29 Yards
    • Rusher: Derrick Henry
  • Match End


Last 10

W 60% L 40%
6 4
  • Baltimore L 20 - 13
  • @Houston W 41 - 38
  • @Green Bay L 14 - 40
  • Detroit W 25 - 46
  • @Jacksonville W 31 - 10
  • Cleveland L 41 - 35
  • @Indianapolis W 45 - 26
  • @Baltimore W 30 - 24
  • Indianapolis L 34 - 17
  • Chicago W 17 - 24
W 60% L 40%
6 4
  • @Buffalo L 3 - 17
  • @Tennessee W 20 - 13
  • @Cincinnati W 38 - 3
  • N.Y. Giants W 13 - 27
  • Jacksonville W 14 - 40
  • @Cleveland W 47 - 42
  • Dallas W 17 - 34
  • @Pittsburgh L 14 - 19
  • Tennessee L 30 - 24
  • @New England L 17 - 23

Last Meetings

  • Ravens @ Titans 20-13
  • Titans @ Ravens 30-24
  • Titans @ Ravens 28-12
  • Ravens @ Titans 21-0
  • Ravens @ Titans 20-23
  • Titans @ Ravens 7-21
  • Ravens @ Titans 13-26
  • Ravens @ Titans 13-10
  • Titans @ Ravens 13-10
  • Ravens @ Titans 27-26

American Football Conference

Buffalo Bills133 0.8130.00.00.0 7-16-29-0-1
Miami Dolphins106 0.6253.00.00.0 5-35-37-0-3
New England Patriots79 0.4386.00.00.0 5-32-65-0-5
New York Jets214 0.12511.00.00.0 1-71-72-0-8
Pittsburgh Steelers124 0.7500.00.00.0 7-15-36-0-4
Baltimore Ravens115 0.6881.00.00.0 5-36-26-0-4
Cleveland Browns115 0.6881.00.00.0 6-25-37-0-3
Cincinnati Bengals411 1.2677.50.00.0 3-51-63-1-7
Indianapolis Colts115 0.6880.00.00.0 6-25-37-0-3
Tennessee Titans115 0.6880.00.00.0 5-36-26-0-4
Houston Texans412 0.2507.00.00.0 2-62-63-0-7
Jacksonville Jaguars115 0.06310.00.00.0 1-70-81-0-10
Kansas City Chiefs142 0.8750.00.00.0 6-28-09-0-1
Las Vegas Raiders88 0.5006.00.00.0 2-66-25-0-5
Los Angeles Chargers79 0.4387.00.00.0 4-43-55-0-5
Denver Broncos511 0.3139.00.00.0 2-63-53-0-7

National Football Conference

Washington Football Team79 0.4380.00.00.0 3-54-46-0-4
New York Giants610 0.3751.00.00.0 3-53-55-0-5
Dallas Cowboys610 0.3751.00.00.0 4-42-64-0-6
Philadelphia Eagles411 1.2672.50.00.0 3-41-73-1-7
Green Bay Packers133 0.8130.00.00.0 7-16-28-0-2
Chicago Bears88 0.5005.00.00.0 3-55-33-0-7
Minnesota Vikings79 0.4386.00.00.0 3-54-46-0-4
Detroit Lions511 0.3138.00.00.0 1-74-42-0-8
New Orleans Saints124 0.7500.00.00.0 6-26-28-0-2
Tampa Bay Buccaneers115 0.6881.00.00.0 5-36-27-0-3
Carolina Panthers511 0.3137.00.00.0 2-63-52-0-8
Atlanta Falcons412 0.2508.00.00.0 2-62-63-0-7
Seattle Seahawks124 0.7500.00.00.0 7-15-37-0-3
Los Angeles Rams106 0.6252.00.00.0 6-24-46-0-4
Arizona Cardinals88 0.5004.00.00.0 4-44-44-0-6
San Francisco 49ers610 0.3756.00.00.0 1-75-33-0-7

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