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Sunday 10/14/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




BALTIMORE (3 - 2) at TENNESSEE (3 - 2)
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Week 6 Sunday, 10/14/2018 4:25 PM
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BALTIMORE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2+0.63-22-326.415.4399.4(5.4)1.415.412.4303.8(4.9)1.2
Road Games1-2-1.41-21-219.310.3428.7(5.6)
Last 3 Games2-1+0.72-10-320.712.3401.0(5.4)1.013.311.3331.0(5.3)1.3
Grass Games3-1+1.73-11-327.215.7393.0(5.3)
BALTIMORE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)26.415.424.632:2928-94(3.4)28-4660.3%305(6.6)74-399(5.4)(15.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2513.421.831:2326-115(4.4)25-4063.4%269(6.8)66-384(5.8)(15.4)
Offense Road Games19.310.325.732:1826-93(3.6)30-5157.8%336(6.5)77-429(5.6)(22.2)
Defense (All Games)15.412.417.229:3123-88(3.9)22-4054.8%215(5.4)62-304(4.9)(19.7)
Opponents Offensive Avg.22.911.620.530:0826-112(4.4)22-3760.2%241(6.5)63-353(5.6)(15.4)
Defense Road Games20.016.019.331:0122-80(3.6)25-4457.6%278(6.3)66-358(5.4)(17.9)
BALTIMORE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-428.8%1-00.0%3-68(24.4)2-20(8.3)9-84
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.31.3 13-534.3%1-057.1%2-42(22.6)12-2(7.2)8-65
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-429.5%1-00.0%2-45(19.4)2-17(8.3)8-66

TENNESSEE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2+2.23-22-317.45.8294.0(5)1.417.26.8333.2(5.5)1.2
Home Games2-0+2.62-01-123.08.5340.0(5.6)0.520.08.5434.5(6.7)1.0
Last 3 Games2-1+1.92-11-215.74.0283.7(4.9)1.314.06.7295.7(4.7)1.0
Grass Games3-1+4.83-12-218.75.7312.2(5.1)
TENNESSEE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)17.45.817.230:5329-107(3.7)18-3061.3%187(6.2)59-294(5)(16.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.21.710.619.531:3825-96(3.8)24-3764.9%248(6.8)62-345(5.6)(15.9)
Offense Home Games23.08.518.532:5628-85(3)22-3269.2%255(7.8)60-340(5.6)(14.8)
Defense (All Games)17.26.818.831:0628-123(4.4)21-3364.6%210(6.4)61-333(5.5)(19.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.19.79.519.630:2626-107(4.1)22-3562.6%234(6.7)61-341(5.6)(17.3)
Defense Home Games20.08.523.032:0124-132(5.5)27-4167.1%302(7.4)65-434(6.7)(21.7)
TENNESSEE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 13-433.3%1-040.0%1-35(44.2)2-17(7.9)8-64
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.81.6 13-536.3%1-161.3%2-50(24.5)21-2(9.2)8-63
Stats Against (Home Games) 13-538.5%0-00.0%0-0(0)3-33(11.2)9-82
Average power rating of opponents played: BALTIMORE 17.6,  TENNESSEE 18.8
BALTIMORE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/13/2018@ CINCINNATI23-34L0L43O22-6632-55-359328-10824-42-2650
9/30/2018@ PITTSBURGH26-14W3W51.5U30-9628-42-355111-1927-47-2652
10/7/2018@ CLEVELAND9-12L-3.5L44.5U25-11629-57-294228-11225-43-3041
10/14/2018@ TENNESSEE            
10/21/2018NEW ORLEANS            
10/28/2018@ CAROLINA            

TENNESSEE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018@ MIAMI20-27L0L43.5O29-11620-38-220329-12020-28-2222
9/23/2018@ JACKSONVILLE9-6W10W39.5U35-15013-21-83019-8721-34-1451
10/7/2018@ BUFFALO12-13L-6.5L38U25-10014-26-121343-14410-20-791
10/21/2018@ LA CHARGERS            
11/5/2018@ DALLAS            
11/11/2018NEW ENGLAND            
BALTIMORE: After another disappointing season from QB Joe Flacco, Baltimore overhauled their receiving corps by adding free agent WRs Michael Crabtree, John Brown and Willie Snead, along with rookie TEs Hayden Hurst and Mark Andrews. The additions are more quantity than quality. RB Alex Collins emerged as a bona fide No. 1, and RB Kenneth Dixon could be a factor after missing all of 2017 because of a knee injury. While the Ravens defense put up impressive numbers last season, they faced a comically weak set of opposing QBs (DeShone Kizer twice, E.J. Manuel, Matt Moore, Brett Hundley and Tom Savage among them). New to 2018's schedule are Drew Brees, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan and Philip Rivers. While the secondary is strong and LB Terrell Suggs remains pass-rushing force, the Ravens are unlikely to force a league-high 34 turnover again.
TENNESSEE: New coordinator Matt LaFleur is tasked with getting QB Marcus Mariota on track after a letdown 2017. LaFleur certainly has the pedigree, having worked under Sean McVay and Kyle Shanahan (maybe the two best offensive minds in football) in recent years. The RB duo of Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis should have success behind a solid O-line, and that would allow Mariota to thrive as a play-action passer (like Jared Goff did with LaFleur last year). New coordinator Dean Pees, Baltimore's DC for the past six seasons, inherits an improving unit. Anchored by monstrous DT Jurrell Casey, the Titans allowed just 3.6 yards per carry in 2017 (4th best in the NFL). The secondary is shaping up to be one of the best in football. Former Patriots CB Malcolm Butler joins physical CB Logan Ryan and speedster CB Adoree' Jackson, an impressive trio that frees up All-Pro S Kevin Byard to make huge plays.
Titans, Ravens refocus after tough losses

The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans are in the same boat this week. Both will be trying to bounce back from disappointing losses when they meet Sunday in Baltimore.

The Titans (3-2) appeared to be in prime position for a 4-1 start before falling flat in a 13-12 loss at Buffalo to the Bills last Sunday.

The Ravens (3-2) were as deficient on offense as the Titans, failing to score a touchdown in their 12-9 overtime loss on the road to the Cleveland Browns.

After starting the season 13 of 13 in the red zone, the Ravens haven't scored a touchdown since the first quarter of Week 4 in Pittsburgh -- the NFL's longest active streak.

Baltimore also allowed 342 yards passing and a touchdown to Browns rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield. A breakdown in the secondary led to a long play downfield in overtime, setting up the game-winning, 37-yard field goal by Greg Joseph with two seconds remaining.

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said the key this week will be containing Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota and the rest of their playmakers.

"We just have to play good defense," Harbaugh said. "Tennessee has a very good offense. They have very good players. They have a quarterback that's a pass and a run quarterback, (and) creates a problem for you."

The Ravens' offense will be going against a Titans defense ranked sixth overall in the NFL and led by former Ravens defensive coordinator Dean Pees, who retired in January but came back a month later to join new Titans head coach Mike Vrabel's staff.

"Compared to other teams, I'm sure it'll be a little bit familiar," Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said about facing Pees. "But having said that, they have different players. Defensive coordinators do a really good job of game-planning for individual teams and also game-planning in ways that set up to the strengths of their individual players.

"Even though some of the looks will all look very familiar, there are going to be different guys over there, and we'll see what they want to do against us."

Harbaugh isn't worried about Pees' familiarity with his team and schemes.

"It's more unusual than the average game. You don't have that every week," Harbaugh said. 'Does it give the Titans any strategic advantage?' I don't know. We'll find out. I mean, we'll find out. It is what it is. It's not worth one second of (analyzing) who has the advantage. It would be a waste of time."

The Ravens are struggling to develop an effective running game. As a result, Harbaugh might rotate players to find a spark.

Alex Collins entered the season as the starter, but he ranks 27th in the league with 217 yards on 57 carries and has two fumbles. Rookie De'Lance Turner also appears to be playing his way into the rotation.

"We need to spread the load," Harbaugh said. "You want fresh guys out there playing hard."

The Titans are hoping to keep the Ravens from establishing their offense with a defense anticipating the return of linebacker Wesley Woodyard, who missed last week's game. He had 14 tackles when the teams met last November.

"I'm hopeful and never stand up here -- I don't want to say never -- and use any excuses for injuries and that's just really where we don't want to go," Vrabel said. So we'll get him back when we can get him back, and we can't wait to get him back, but we have to get the guys ready to play who will be there and hopefully we see where he's at."

Like the Ravens, the Titans could use a spark on offense. Mariota ran just twice last Sunday against Buffalo for 10 yards after running 10 times for 46 yards the week before against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Mariota completed 14 of 26 passes for 129 yards with an interception -- one of three turnovers in the game for the Titans.

"We can't turn the ball over as an offense," Mariota said. "The defense played great -- they've played outstanding through the year. We have to do a better job of playing complementary football.

"It is the nature of the beast, man. This is the business we play. If you are not ready to play, it doesn't matter who you are playing, you are not going to be able to put forth your best effort and (you will) ultimately lose the game."

Last Updated: 6/19/2019 12:53:38 AM EST

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