The Tennessee Titans defeat the Baltimore Ravens, and it was a much-needed win for the Titans after struggling in recent weeks.
There aren’t too many things that can give a team momentum, like winning a big game against a team that’s considered to be a Super Bowl contender. The Tennessee Titans beat the Ravens in Baltimore in an overtime thriller, and the win could be enough to ignite the team to go on a playoff run.
The 30-24 overtime win was only the second win in five games. It looked like the Titans wouldn’t have much of a chance early as the Ravens went into halftime with a 21-10 lead. The Titans’ offense didn’t look to have fixed its issues, and it would be another disappointing day.
The second half was all Titans, though, as the Titans were able to make up the double-digit halftime deficit in the second half and tie the game by the end of regulation. This sent the game into overtime, and at that point, it’s anyone’s game.
If you saw the end of the game, you know what happened after the overtime period began. Starting at the Tennessee 27-yard line, Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry led the Titans on a six-play touchdown drive, with Henry punching it in the endzone on a 29-yard run.
The Titans now have two wins against the Ravens in 2020. The first win came in last season’s playoffs in January, with the second win coming this past Sunday. The win feels even better after seeing Ravens head coach John Harbaugh refuse to shake Mike Vrabel‘s hand after the game.
We’ll see over the next few weeks if the win did give the Titans some much-needed momentum. The Titans will face division rival, Indianapolis Colts, again on Sunday for the final time of the season in a near must-win for the Titans.