Titans vs Ravens: Ravens rookie cornerback Anthony Averett and rookie running back De’Lance Turner will miss Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans with hamstring injuries, the team announced Friday.Can the Titans get a bigger impact (or any) from their tight ends.
who have not caught a ball in two weeks? Can running back Dion Lewis, who caught three passes for just 14 yards last week, be a significant factor in the pass game like he was in Week 4, when he caught all nine of his targets for 66 yards? Can a wide receiver not named Corey Davis step up? The Titans’ success Sunday hinges on the answers.
Coming off a heartbreaking, 12-9 loss at Cleveland Oct. 7, the Baltimore Ravens (3-2) this week visit the Tennessee Titans (3-2), who suffered their own brutal loss last week. Former Ravens kicker Stephen Hauschka kicked a 46-yard field goal as time expired to give the Buffalo Bills a 13-12 win.
Tennessee leads the regular-season series between these former division rivals, 10-9, including a 23-20 win last season in Tennessee. John Harbaugh-coached teams are 2-3 against the Titans, including a 13-10 win at Tennessee during the playoffs in 2009.
Here are some other key numbers for the Ravens, who will be playing their third straight road game: