Tennessee Titans bounced back following last week’s loss with a massive win on the road against the Baltimore Ravens. They would beat the hosts 30-24 after OT, in which Derrick Henry scored the touchdown, solving the contest.
The Titans came back from the dead, erasing an 11-point deficit and even getting the lead in the last period. Still, the Ravens would have the chance to win, but Tennessee’s defense didn’t allow them to score a TD. Justin Tucker made a 29-yard field goal that leveled the result at 24-all with 16 seconds to go.
With 5:21 inside the second half, Mark Andrews caught a 31-yard TD pass to lift Baltimore at 21-10, but instead of continuing to pound the rivals, Ravens stopped. Two field goals executed well by Stephen Gostkowski and AJ Brown’s superb touchdown followed by a two-point conversion made it 24-21 for Tennessee, who, as said earlier, couldn’t keep that gap.
Lamar Jackson disappointed once again, with 186 yards, one TD pass, and one pick, going 17-for-29. The reigning MVP rushed 13 times for 51 yards and was pretty insecure while leading the offense.
More than half of his passing production was towards Mark Andrews, who caught 96 yards and one TD on five receptions. JK Dobbins added one rushing TD, with 70 yards on the ground.
On the other side, Derrick Henry was monstrous with 133 yards on 28 snaps, the majority in the crucial moments of the match. His one TD was decisive, and the fantastic RB now has nine since the start of the campaign.
DERRICK HENRY CALLED GAME
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Ryan Tannehill had two TD passes and an interception, yielding 259 yards, 22-for-31. Tannehill rushed for 35 yards on four carries and established an excellent connection with Corey Davis, who had 113 yards in five receptions. AJ Brown collected 62 and a score with Jonnu Smith adding one too.
The Titans lost at home to Indianapolis Colts last week, which was a massive setback for Mike Vrabel’s side. Yet, a win here in Baltimore erases that minus and Tennessee remains in the race for the AFC South’s top spot. They are 7-3 at the moment.
Meanwhile, the Ravens are 6-4 and slipped down in the AFC North, allowing the Browns to take place No.2 in the division. Up next, they travel to Pittsburgh to play against the undefeated Steelers who are 10-0 now.
The Titans will have a chance to get even with the Colts, only this time the match is Indianapolis.