Winners, losers from Titans’ wild-card win over the Patriots
The second half belonged to the Titans. They ground the Patriots into the dust with a relentless rushing attack and rock-solid defense, leaving Foxborough with a 20-13 victory to advance to the divisional round. These are the biggest winners and losers from the Titans’ wild-card victory over the Patriots Saturday night.Winner: Derrick Henry was phenomenalA player who has been surging throughout the second half of the regular season, Derrick Henry continued his strong play Saturday night against the Patriots. He was the engine that drove Tennessee’s offense, toting the rock 34 times.One drive in particular stands out.
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The Baltimore Ravens were unstoppable during the regular season and entered Saturday’s divisional round matchup with the Tennessee Titans as 9.5-point favorites. Instead of continuing to march toward a championship, the Ravens were stunned at home by an impressive Titans team that is getting red hot at the right time.
Tennessee jumped out to an early 14-0 lead, silencing the shocked crowd at M&T Bank Stadium. It only got more lopsided in the second half, as the Titans rode their defense and a supercharged Derrick Henry to victory, winning 28-12.
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The Baltimore Ravens are the top seed in the A.F.C. and fresh from skipping the wild-card round . But the Tennessee Titans beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots last week. The winner of the prime-time game in Baltimore faces the winner of Sunday’s matchup between the Texans and
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These were the biggest winners and losers from the Titans’ absolutely dominant victory over the No. 1 seed in the AFC.
Winner: King Henry, we bow before your greatness
Derrick Henry was a major reason why the Titans reached the divisional round in the first place. He rumbled for more than 200 yards from scrimmage last weekend to spark the win. On Saturday night in Baltimore, it was Henry once again serving as the engine that drove the Titans to victory.
Henry did it all against the Ravens. He embarrassed All-Pro safety Earl Thomasfor a few days. He ripped off multiple long runs. For good measure, he also . All told, King Henry piled up 202 yards from scrimmage.
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Saturday's AFC divisional victory was the biggest statement yet by a Titans team that has solidified its status as a legitimate Super Bowl contender.Why not us?
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Loser: Lamar Jackson looked bewildered
It’s going to be a long offseason for Lamar Jackson and the Ravens. A lock to win the league MVP trophy after a, Jackson put up a stinker of a performance in the divisional round.
Jackson threw 36 touchdown passes (leading the league) and just six interceptions all year.
On Saturday night against the Titans, he tossed two interceptions and lost a fumble. Jackson looked bewildered much of the night as the Titans utilized zone schemes and timely blitzes to confuse the second-year quarterback.
While he did rack up 143 yards on the ground, Jackson struggled in the pocket as a passer and will now have to listen to his naysayers say “I told you so” for the next year or so until he gets another shot to change the narrative in the playoffs.
Winner: Jurrell Casey was a monster
The entire Tennessee defense deserves a huge gold star for the job it did against the highest-powered regular-season offense in the NFL. But it’s particularly noteworthy that big defensive tackle Jurrell Casey had such a big impact on the game, and young Lamar Jackson.
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Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey didn't mince words following a stunning 28-12 playoff defeat to the Tennessee Titans. "This team’s identity right now is to get to the playoffs and choke," Humphrey said, according to ESPN's Jamison Hensley. "It is what it is. That’s just the hard truth." The third-year player expressed his disappointment when asked how the Ravens, who earned the AFC's top seed after finishing the regular season 14-2, should be remembered."As losers, I guess," Humphrey said. "We kind of just lost. So, that’s how I would remember it.
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Jurrell Casey was one of the most underrated players of the last decade. He's been dominating in the trenches every year and deserves every bit of this Titans magical playoff run— Salvatore (@Fear_Jaire)
Defensive tackles who can generate pressure up the middle are rare and highly valued. That’s exactly what Casey was able to do Saturday night against the Ravens. He led all defenders in the game with two sacks of Jackson, who’s hard to bring down. Casey was also instrumental in helping the Titans stuff Jackson twice on fourth down.
Loser: Marlon Humphrey was roasted
Because Henry was so effective pounding the rock, the Titans didn’t throw the ball much Saturday night against the Ravens. Ryan Tannehill attempted only 14 passes, garnering 88 yards. But early in the second quarter, up by a touchdown, he dropped an absolute dime as Kalif Raymond roasted First-team All-Pro cornerback Marlon Humphrey.
Raymond burned Humphrey on a slick double move, turning the cornerback to the sideline before darting back to the post (). Tannehill dropped it into a bucket and the Titans took a commanding 14-0 lead that ultimately was the definitive moment in the game.
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Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill calls signals at the line of scrimmage in the second half of an NFL wild-card playoff football game against the New England Patriots, Saturday, Jan. You’d imagine the price tag will rise if he has a great game in an upset win over the top-seeded Ravens .
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Winner: Marquise Brown showed out
Passing yards were tough to come by for the Ravens Saturday night. But rookie receiver Marquise Brown was the exception for Baltimore. He showed toughness and came up with some highlight-reel-worthy catches ().
Brown had a game-high 126 yards on seven catches. He and Jackson clearly have some good chemistry, which is something that will only continue to grow with time.
Loser: Ravens never adjusted
Almost from the jump, it was apparent that Tennessee’s game plan was working, and that Baltimore’s was not. A Ravens team that has been dictating to every opponent since early in the regular season suddenly was the one absorbing body blows.
The two failed fourth-down attempts were eyebrow-raising developments. The fact that The Ravens kept rolling with Mark Ingram, who was clearly not fully healthy, and barely used Gus Edwards was a big failure as far as I’m concerned. Ingram had no pep to his step and averaged just 3.7 yards per rush.
At every turn, the Ravens were a step or two behind what the Titans were doing, on both sides of the ball. It was stunning because John Harbaugh and his entire staff had done such an amazing job all year long. But the week off seemed to completely derail all the momentum the Ravens had to end the regular season, and after going, 14-2 they’re one-and-done in the playoffs.
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If the Ravens can keep Derrick Henry in check and get Lamar Jackson in a rhythm, they should And the first plot on the roadmap to a title is Saturday’s divisional round game against the Tennessee He doesn’t need spectacular numbers to lift the Ravens to a win . So long as he doesn’t slip too far
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The best and worst result in the history of each 2019-20 NFL playoff team
Baltimore Ravens best: won Super Bowl (2000, 2012)
Baltimore Ravens worst: lost wild-card weekend games (2003, 2018)
Buffalo Bills best: reached Super Bowl (1990, 1991, 1992, 1993)
Buffalo Bills worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1996, 1998, 1999, 2017)
Green Bay Packers best: won Super Bowl (1966, 1967, 1996, 2010)
Green Bay Packers worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1998, 2002, 2004, 2009, 2013)
Houston Texans best: reached division round (2011, 2012, 2016)
Houston Texans worst: lost wild-card weekend games (2015, 2018)
Kansas City Chiefs best: won Super Bowl (1969)
Kansas City Chiefs worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1986, 1990, 1992, 1994, 2006, 2010, 2013, 2017)
Minnesota Vikings best: reached Super Bowl (1969, 1973, 1974, 1976)
Minnesota Vikings worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 2008, 2012, 2015)
New England Patriots best: won Super Bowl (2001, 2003, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2018)
New England Patriots worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1982, 1994, 1998, 2009)
New Orleans Saints best: won Super Bowl (2009)
New Orleans Saints worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1987, 1990, 1991, 1992, 2010)
Philadelphia Eagles best: won Super Bowl (2017)
Philadelphia Eagles worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1978, 1981, 1989, 1990, 1996, 2009, 2010, 2013)
San Francisco 49ers best: won Super Bowl (1981, 1984, 1988, 1989, 1994)
San Francisco 49ers worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1985, 2001)
Seattle Seahawks best: won Super Bowl (2013)
Seattle Seahawks worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1987, 1999, 2003, 2004, 2018)
Tennessee Titans best: reached Super Bowl (1999)
Tennessee Titans worst: lost wild-card weekend games (1980, 1989, 1990, 1992, 2007)
Fan died in stands during Titans-Ravens game Saturday night .
Sometimes news breaks that allows us to realize that football is just a sport. It’s a game grown men play to entertain the masses.© Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY SportsThat’s come to fruition following news that an unknown man died in the stands at M&T Bank Stadium during the Tennessee Titans win over the Ravens in Baltimore Saturday night.“We can confirm there was an incident last night at the stadium where a fan collapsed while walking on the steps of the upper deck,” a Ravens spokesman said, via the Capital Gazette. “Medical personnel arrived quickly, but attempts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful.