The President of the United States congratulated the Tennessee Titans on their win over the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night.
The whole world was watching when the Tennessee Titans upset the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium, including the President of the United States.
On Sunday morning, President Donald Trump shared his congratulations with the Titans and their fans for the HUGE victory over the AFC’s No. 1 seed on their own turf.
I guess you could say Tennessee’s win was “yuge”. Hopefully the Titans can reel off a few more and make a trip to the White House.
The congratulations are well-deserved. Tennessee had few people — admittedly, myself included — who thought it could beat the Ravens in a road playoff game, but head coach Mike Vrabel’s squad was able to shock the world and grab the upset win in dominant fashion.
Now, the Titans are looking at an AFC Championship Game against the winner of the Sunday contest between the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.
Not only did the Titans beat the Ravens, they manhandled the best team in the NFL from the regular season and made their star quarterback and presumptive Most Valuable Player, Lamar Jackson, look human.
What’s even better is the fact that the Titans are dispelling the notion that a team has to put up gaudy passing numbers to win big games after quarterback Ryan Tannehill has failed to throw for 100 yards in either playoff game.
Instead, Tennessee is running the football with Derrick Henry and playing great defense to get to where they are at the moment.
The run the Titans are on is nothing short of magical, and there is just something different about this team than others that have made a playoff run in years past.
Tennessee will hit the road yet again next Sunday for the AFC Championship Game, with the game against a yet to be determined opponent set for 2:05 p.m CST on CBS.
Until then, enjoy the moment, Titans fans.