After watching the Wild Card round from their coach, the AFC's top overall seed is back in action this weekend.
The Ravens will host Tennessee on Saturday night, as the Titans pulled off a shocking upset over the third-seeded New England Patriots in the Wild Card round. The two teams last met in 2018, when Baltimore shut out Tennessee, 21-0.
But both teams are a lot different than they were a year ago. The Titans have yet to face Lamar Jackson, Baltimore's dynamic quarterback and the likely MVP. Beating New England is an impressive feat, but knocking off the Ravens, who haven't lost since September, is a whole other beast.
Tennessee has been one of the best teams in the AFC since switching QBs from Marcus Mariota to Ryan Tannehill after Week 6. The Titans are 8-3 since the move, and Tannehill has been one of the NFL's best passers since.
Here's everything you need to know about the Saturday night divisional matchup.
How to watch Ravens vs. Titans
What: Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans, AFC divisional round playoff
Where: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland
When: Saturday, January 12, 2020, 8:15 p.m.
TV Channel: CBS
Radio: WBAL (1090 AM/101.5 FM), 98 Rock (97.9 FM)
Weather: 65 degrees, showers
Spread: Ravens, -9
Ravens vs. Titans Players to Watch
Lamar Jackson, QB, Baltimore: This one is obvious. The likely MVP is playing in just the second postseason game of his career, and eager to show his fantastic regular season as no fluke. All eyes will be on Jackson on Saturday night.
Ryan Tannehill, QB, Tennessee: The Titans are only here right now because they made the switch from Marcus Mariota to Tannehill midway through the season. The Titans are 8-3 since the switch (including last week's victory over New England on the road). After just 72 yards passing against the Patriots a week ago, Tannehill will have to be near perfect against Baltimore for the magic run to continue.
Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee: The NFL's rushing leader was fantastic against New England, rushing for 182 yards and a touchdown in the upset. Tennessee will likely feed Henry on Saturday, as he's their best offensive weapon and as a way to keep the explosive Baltimore offense off the field. In the 2018 matchup between the two teams, Henry was held to just 21 yards on seven carries. Something tells me he will have a little more than that on Saturday.
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