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Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens
- These teams last met in the Divisional Playoffs in January, with the Titans, the AFC's No. 6 seed, stunning the top-seeded Ravens in Baltimore, 28-12. Two of the last five wins by sixth-seeded teams over top seeds were Titans-Ravens clashes; in 2008, it was Baltimore with the upset of No. 1 seed Tennessee.
- The Titans have dropped three of their last four games following a 5-0 start, as the team's passing game has slipped: 265.4 yards per game in the first five contests, and only 176.5 since. Over the last two games, they managed just 273 yards passing.
- After going 7-1 at home a season ago, Baltimore has lost twice at M&T Bank Stadium in 2020, including its most recent home game versus the Steelers three weeks ago. The Ravens have not dropped consecutive home games since Week 7 and 9 of the 2018 season -- just before Lamar Jackson took over as starting QB.
- Derrick Henry rushed for 103 yards in Thursday's loss to the Colts, though he failed, for the second straight game, to score a touchdown. Henry has five 100-yard rushing performances this season, though he has not reached that mark in consecutive games.
- Over the last three games, Lamar Jackson has been sacked eight times, has thrown three interceptions, and has been charged with three fumbles, losing two. He has also thrown four TD passes and run for another. Jackson has rushed for 50 or more yards in four straight contests.
- Should the game come down to the field-goal kickers, it should be advantage Baltimore. Tennessee's Stephen Gostkowski has missed eight of 20 field-goal tries in 2020, including five of his last eight attempts. The Ravens' Justin Tucker has missed only eight times in 85 attempts in the last three seasons.
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