Get Ready for Ravens vs. Titans with PressBox’s complete coverage, including analysis, predictions, playoff history and more.
Who: No. 5 seed Baltimore Ravens (11-5) at No. 4 seed Tennessee Titans (11-5)
Where: Nissan Stadium
When: Sunday, Jan. 10, 1 p.m. EST
The Ravens expect to have nearly every defensive player available for their playoff rematch against the Titans. According to the team’s final injury report, cornerback Jimmy Smith was the only defensive player limited in practice Jan. 8 and is questionable.
Vikings defensive tackle Michael Pierce, who was part of a Ravens defense that struggled to stop Derrick Henry in the divisional round of the playoffs last January, weighs in on why the Titans running back is so difficult to stop.
When the Ravens fall behind by a significant amount early, is offensive coordinator Greg Roman too quick to get away from what the Ravens do best? Bo Smolka re-examines the question ahead of the Ravens-Titans wild-card matchup.
Stan “The Fan” Charles and Glenn Clark make their picks for the Ravens-Titans matchup plus the rest of the NFL wild-card round slate.
Glenn Clark considers what would determine if the 2020 season was a success for the Ravens, and whether it’s truly Super Bowl or bust.
Former Raven Keith Washington remembers his blocked field goal against the Titans like it was yesterday, but he’s only recently come to realize how impactful that play was. “As time has gone on, I do feel like, ‘Wow, that was a really defining moment,’” Washington said.
Before last year’s Ravens-Titans playoff matchup, former Ravens safety Anthony Mitchell talked about his famous touchdown against the Titans in January 2001, considered by many the turning point of the Ravens’ first Super Bowl run.
The Ravens and Titans have faced off in the playoffs four times before, with Baltimore winning in the 2000 and 2008 playoffs and Tennessee winning in the 2003 and 2019 playoffs. Here’s a look back at how those matchups played out.
For his 2020 NFL playoff power rankings, Glenn Clark ranks the 14 quarterbacks, head coaches and defenses left in the postseason before ranking the 14 teams in terms of their likelihood of winning the Super Bowl.
The Baltimore Ravens finished the 2020 regular season with an 11-5 record and the No. 5 overall seed in the AFC. Here’s a look back at how they got here.
The Baltimore Ravens buried the host Cincinnati Bengals, 38-3, for their fifth win in a row to secure the No. 5 seed in the AFC and advance to the playoffs for the third straight year.