Titans Keys to the Game for Baltimore Ravens

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The Titans have now knocked off two of the supposed favorites in the NFL Playoffs in the New England Patriots and the Baltimore Ravens behind the excellent play of (former) backup Ryan Tannehill and running back Derrick Henry.

But the image that may stick in may Titans' fans head after Saturday night's win over the Ravens isn't of Henry rushing. MGM Sportbook is offering an awesome promotion: Turn $1 into $100 if Lamar rushes for more yards than there are seasons of the Baltimore-based show "The Wire" (5).

"Probably first time in my career that I felt like it wasn't much I could do at the time", Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce said of Henry. However, the Titans quarterback change sparked a turning point in the season, the team went on to win a wildcard spot for the National Football League playoffs this year.

The Ravens (14-3) had won its last 12 games, with quarterback Lamar Jackson setting records and looking unstoppable. "Three turnovers. That shouldn't happen".

"They handed me a sheet that said, 'The only player in National Football League history, ' so whatever comes after that, I mean, it's pretty much self-explanatory", Vrabel said.

Henry's jump-pass to Corey Davis displayed yet another of his skills. An example of that came immediately following a fourth-and-1 stop by the Titans defense as Tannehill completed a 45-yard touchdown pass to receiver Kalif Raymond on his first throw of that drive.

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The Baltimore Ravens had a remarkable regular season.

This led to the Titans still having a 21-6 lead in the third quarter. Their second touchdown of the night in the second quarter put a possible upset on the radar, but it was the period coming out of halftime where they really separated themselves far enough that it was almost impossible for Baltimore to come back.

At the moment, it appears Campbell could be the only one from the "GameDay" panel to get his prediction right as the Titans have gotten off to a 14-0 lead against Baltimore. We're just locked in. He finished with 205 yards of total offense, including those 195 rushing yards and a three-yard touchdown pass.

"It only takes turning the ball over one or two times, a penalty here and a penalty there". That, players said, made it harder for Baltimore to stick to their gameplan. I understand that the first interception could have been caught by Mark Andrews, but Jackson could have also thrown a much better pass to give Mark Andrews a better shot at catching the ball.

The Titans will either go to Kansas City to play the Chiefs or face division rival, the Houston Texans, in the AFC title game.

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