Ravens vs Titans Live NFL Football,After a much-needed bye week where the Tennessee Titans could recover both physically and mentally, the Two-Tone Blue will now host two AFC North teams in consecutive weeks. The first is the 4-4 Baltimore Ravens, who are coming off a 40-0 drubbing of the Miami Dolphins. CLICK HERE TO WATCH NOW
Elite QB Joe Flacco suffered a concussion after a nasty hit by LB Kiko Alonso in last week’s game, but Flacco has had 10 days to recover and is good to go for tomorrow’s game. As will be deep threat WR Mike Wallace. Despite players getting healthy on offense for both teams, this should be a grind-it-out defensive battle.
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Where and When
The game will be played on Sunday, November 5 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 p.m. CT/1:00 p.m. ET.
It feels like it has been an eternity since the Titans last played. I believe that the bye week came at a perfect time, though. Corey Davis is back, Marcus Mariota is almost back to 100%, and Demarco Murray says that this is the best he has felt since camp. Also, the team had a chance to self-reflect, and figure out what they need to change in order to make a run over the next 2 months. This is where you truly figure out who you are. Remember, the Titans did not truly take off until week 10 last season, when they were 4-5, facing Green Bay. Maybe “Mustachioed Marcus” will lead the Titans on another November/December hot streak. I think we are all hoping that it starts this week!
Reasons For Confidence: Pass Rush, Turnovers, Health
Pass Rush: The Ravens’ offensive line came into the season banged up, and have lost more players along the way. Their best offensive lineman over the years, Marshall Yanda, is out for the season, giving Jurrell Casey a good matchup. Joe Flacco likes to hold onto the ball, and as a result, there are sacks to be made against this team. On the edge, Orakpo and Morgan will have to step up. I would not be surprised to see Kevin Byard and other DBs blitzing a little more this week, as well. The Ravens want to play vertically, and if this front can disrupt the quarterback before the receivers’ routes develop, the defense could win the day.
Turnovers: Alex Collins, who we will talk about shortly, likes to fumble. He is an aggressive runner, but with that comes a couple of fumbles every now and then. Also, Joe Flacco has thrown 8 interceptions thus far, which is trending towards Deshone Kizer territory. I could see Kevin Byard hauling in another interception this weekend. This may not be the 2000 Titans defense, but I am ready to say that they are an opportunistic group. Each week, it seems like the defense is able to make a game-changing turnover, and now they are facing a team that has struggled in this regard. It could take a turnover or 2 to win this one.Ravens vs Titans Live NFL Football
Health: As previously mentioned, things are trending up in terms of the injury report. Guys who have missed a lot of time are back, and guys with nagging injuries were able to use the bye week to get right. It will be interesting to see how this offense looks with a healthier Demarco Murray, and Corey Davis.Ravens vs Titans Live NFL Football