Ravens vs. Titans personnel choices: Who will win Sunday’s wild-card game in Nashville?
Ravens 34, Titans 14: A blowout? Versus this group? Here’s why. The Titans defense is really, truly bad. Of the 184 teams that have actually reached the NFL playoffs considering that 2006, this year’s Titans rank 183rd in protective effectiveness, according to ESPN. Only the 2013 Chargers were even worse. Meanwhile, the Ravens offense is red-hot, with quarterback Lamar Jackson flashing his MVP type and the hurrying attack providing knockout performances during this five-game winning streak. Titans coach Mike Vrabel makes certain to have another excellent strategy, however that can just do so much this time around. After two one-and-done playoff exits, expect a hungry Ravens team to try to make an early statement.