Topic: M&T Bank Stadium
Nashville, TN – In the Divisional Round of the 2019 playoffs, the Tennessee Titans traveled to Baltimore to face the top-seeded Ravens and won by a score of 28-12. The Titans’ 217 rushing yards set a new franchise postseason mark, and the Tennessee defense notched four fourth-down stops and three takeaways.
Tennessee got on the board in the first quarter and never surrendered the lead. On the Ravens’ opening possession, Baltimore posted its first turnover of the day as Ravens QB Lamar Jackson threw an interception to S Kevin Byard who returned the ball 31 yards.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens have developed a fierce rivalry over the course of 24 all-time meetings since the series originated in 1996, highlighted by four fiercely contested playoff matchups.
The series is tied 12-12 heading into this week. Of the 24 games the teams have played against each other, 12 have been decided by four points
Tennessee Titans (6-3) at Baltimore Ravens (6-3)
Sunday, November 22nd, 2020 | 1:00pm ET/noon CT
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans travel to Baltimore this week to face the Ravens in a battle of AFC playoff contenders with identical 6-3 records. Kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium is scheduled for 1:00pm ET/noon CT on Sunday, November 22nd, 2020.
The Ravens announced that they will not host fans for the game after consulting with government and public health officials.
Tennessee Titans (10-7) at Baltimore Ravens (14-2)
Saturday, January 11th, 2020 | 8:15pm ET/7:15pm CT
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (10-7) travel to Baltimore this week to face the AFC North champion Ravens (14-2) in an AFC divisional playoff game. Kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium (capacity 71,008) is scheduled for 8:15pm ET/7:15pm CT on Saturday, January 11th.
The winner will advance to the AFC championship game to play either the Kansas City Chiefs or the Houston Texans, who meet Sunday in Kansas City. The Titans and Ravens have met on three previous occasions in the postseason, with the Ravens holding a 2-1 advantage.
Tennessee Titans (2-7) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4)
Monday, November 17th, 2014 | 7:30pm CST
Nashville, TN – This week the national spotlight descends upon Tennessee as the Titans (2-7) host the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) on Monday Night Football. It is the 77th all-time meeting between the former division rivals. Kickoff at LP Field (capacity 69,143) is scheduled for 7:30pm CST on Monday, November 17th.
ESPN will broadcast the game to a national television audience. The telecast can be seen locally in Nashville on WKRN News 2. Mike Tirico will handle play-by-play duties, while Jon Gruden provides analysis and Lisa Salters reports from the sidelines.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (2-7) started the game strong scoring a touchdown in the first quarter while holding the Baltimore Ravens (6-4) in check. However, those were the only points the Titans scored. The Ravens posted a touchdown in each of the following quarters to win 21-7 Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium.
The Titans took their first drive from the Tennessee 20 down to the Baltimore 1 yard line. On 2-1, Shonn Greene ran off right guard but lost the ball. Defensive tackle Lawrence Guy recovered it for the Ravens.
Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens
Sunday, November 9th, 2014 | 12:00pm CST
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (2-6) return from their bye this week with a trip to play the Ravens (5-4) in Baltimore. Kickoff at M&T Bank Stadium (capacity 71,008) is scheduled for 12:00pm CST on Sunday, November 9th.
The Titans and Ravens have shared an intense rivalry since their first encounter in 1996. In 20 all-time meetings, including three playoff bouts, each club has won 10 times. However, the Titans have won four out of the last six match ups.
Tennessee Titans (0-1) vs. Baltimore Ravens (1-0)
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Titans (0-1) open their regular-season home schedule this week, as they welcome the rival Baltimore Ravens (1-0) to LP Field (capacity 69,143). Kickoff is scheduled for noon CDT on Sunday, September 18th.
The contest marks the beginning of the Titans’ 13th season at LP Field. In their previous 12 home openers, they built a 7-5 record.
The Titans and Ravens have enjoyed a heated rivalry since the Ravens’ began play in Baltimore in 1996. Since that time, the Ravens have built a 10-9 series lead, including a 2-1 advantage in three playoff meetings. Most recently, the Ravens knocked the Titans out of the playoffs in 2008, after a season in which the Titans had the NFL’s best record at 13-3. «Read the rest of this article»
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