Kenny Vaccaro was mic’d up for Titans-Ravens game, called his own INT
Tennessee Titans safety Kenny Vaccaro was mic’d up for the divisional round game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Not only was Kenny Vaccaro mic’d up for the divisional round win against the Baltimore Ravens, he can also be heard predicting his own interception.
Vaccaro had a standout game against the Ravens that included five tackles, one QB hit, one pass defensed and the aforementioned interception that occurred late in the third quarter and was one of two interceptions on the evening (safety Kevin Byard had the other).
Watch and listen to all of Vaccaro’s mic’d up clips and you can hear him call his own interception.
Vaccaro’s interception was a huge play in the game. At the time, the Titans were leading 28-6, but the Ravens were in Titans territory and threatening to score a touchdown when Vaccaro jumped the route and picked the pass off.
The Titans originally signed Vaccaro in 2018 when their former safety Johnathan Cyprien went down with an ACL injury during that offseason.
Since then, Vaccaro has been a key contributor to Tennessee’s defense and earned himself a four-year, $24 million contract in 2019. That deal continues to pay off in spades, as Vaccaro is one half of one of the best safety tandems in the NFL when combined with Byard.
Vaccaro and the Titans are riding high after two upset victories over the New England Patriots and Ravens in back-to-back weeks and will look to build off that momentum in a matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.