Everyone who pushed the « game of revenge » perspective this week got their wish early on, as it got chippy during the pre-game warm-up when the titans decided to incite the Ravens’ players and staff by getting in the Midfield gathered on top of The Shield and a little dust between the two sidelines in anticipation of a tough battle between two ancient enemies.
The game began in a depressingly familiar manner, with the Ravens offensive going a full ten feet before pouting off the field for a three. The defense then allowed their first points for the first drive of an opposing offense in the last six games when Jonnu Smith caught a touchdown pass over linebacker Chris Board. The ride was doomed from the moment a pass interference penalty against Marlon Humphrey of the Titans Offensive earned 39 yards free.
Lamar and the offensive came back on the field and, despite a struggle, managed to make their way across the field and put three points on the board with a 12-minute drive of nearly seven minutes. The ride left a lot to be desired, with some ugly falls that were more like the same on early descents and a subdued pass from Lamar to Mark Andrews in the end zone, but it was good to see they responded positively to some early adversity.
The Titans’ second ride seemed more like the same as Derrick Henry went straight to work in two rushes of eight meters in the first two games. Malik Harrison then went a long way towards defeating Henry on a screen pass and battled his way through a blocker to do so. The rookie has had a strong mid-season and continues to impress with strength and moxie. Two games later, Patrick Queen put a big lick on Ryan Tannehill to force a faulty pass, which was picked up by Tyus Bowser and came back 25 yards.
Unfortunately, the offensive could make the short field against the 28. Didn’t use the league’s Redzone defense and was stopped again after some good runs by JK Dobbins. Despite an attempted curse from announcer Jim Nantz, Justin Tucker turned his 69. (nice) straight FG within 40 meters to reduce the Titans’ lead to one point.
The vaunted Ravens Defense came out and again made its contribution to Tennessee’s third possession. It blocked Henry in two runs before forcing Tannehill to make another inaccurate throw. Pernell McPhees 6’3 ».
The Ravens offensive stepped back on the field and JK Dobbins continued to punish the Titans defenses with patient, determined runs, 27 yards, a touchdown and even a two point pass to put the team in the lead by a full seven. The rookie was obviously feeling up early and was reminding Raven’s fans why the front office was so excited to run another stallion back into the already crowded room.
The defense came out and did their job again, putting pressure on Tannehill and forcing bad throws, but a successful fake punt pass and rescue penalty against passers-by kept the titans’ drive alive. However, the karmic forces of the universe kicked in and the titans were held at a field gate after the recent trade takeover. Yannick Ngakoue picked up his first sack as a raven and then immediately put another quick pressure on Tannehill to complete the defensive freeze.
Ryan Tannehill came out of the locker room between 2 and 10 p.m. and was not given another break. He was rocked by Matt Judon the second time before he threw an incomplete pass and went on the bench without a fight.
The ravens’ offense re-conquered the field and their most famous training squad in team history, Dez Bryant, caught his first catch as a raven – albeit about 10 years late and only four meters. After that, the JK / Mark Andrews show resumed, with the latter duo taking in a 31-yard Lamar Jackson dime for six, completing a 74-yard drive in seven games, and expanding the Raven lead to 21-10.
The Titans looked like they were going to collapse on their second run in the second half, but quickly recovered with a 50 yard game that passed the sideline to Corey Davis. The ravens were saved in an incredibly ironic way, however, when the titans pitched Derrick Henry for a direct snap just before their center tossed the ball back like a new bride with a bouquet of flowers and she lost 20 yards. The mishap brought them out of striking distance and they decided on three points.
With the 21-13 result, Lamar and his offense hit the field again, with about five and a half minutes left in the third quarter. Rookie receiver James Proche II picked up his first catch on an important third down conversion to start the ride, and Dez added two more short hooks immediately afterwards. The journey was unfortunately interrupted after a deep pass intended for Devin Duvernay was intercepted by Amani Hooker, the security of the titans.
The Titans took up the field again, making a methodical 11-game, 91-yard ride but only managed to score three more points after stopping within the Ravens five-yard line. Despite the gift of their defense, the Ravens offensive came out, winning just 15 yards in eight games before returning the ball straight to Tennessee.
After the Titans were possessed, they rumbled across the field 90 yards long with a combination of vigorous running and passes to recipients with only one cover, culminating in a touchdown catch-on-run at the AJ Brown was practically escorted to the end zone by four Ravens defenders, just before Tannehill walked in untouched for two to bring the Titans down to three.
Lamar and his entourage went out onto the field one last time, in an all-too-familiar spot: 2:18 a.m. on the clock and down one point. The unit quickly rolled across the field and got production from Jackson, Bryant, Snead and Andrews, but ultimately had to take the gimme kick from Justin Tucker and send the game into overtime.
When the Ravens went into OT, they won the coin toss and took possession of the ball. Even so, they quickly went to three and three after Lamar Jackson was fired for a loss in second place.
This would prove to be a death knell for the team as the Titans made an exhausted and exhausted Ravens defense easy and finished off a long drive with a devastating 29 yard touchdown run by Derrick Henry.
It’s safe to say that a multitude of Ravens fans expected a loss today, so it’s hard to say that this is too big of a disappointment, but after the chin before the game and the fight the Ravens played during the game, it is definitely hard to swallow loss. The team now has three days to prepare for an undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers rival who forced Lamar Jackson into his most embarrassing performance as a professional.
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