Winners from the Titans Week 11 win.
The Tennessee Titans played one of their rivals this past week in a heated matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. The game was one for the ages as the two teams battled all the way into overtime, where the Titans walked it off with a touchdown.
Tennessee won a huge game on Sunday and they managed to bounce back from their loss to the Colts, who they will have to play in Week 12 once again.
It seems like the past two seasons the Ravens just simply can’t beat Tennessee. Last season, the Ravens were one of if not the best team in the league. However, the Titans were their kryptonite and defeated them in the divisional round last season and made it to the AFC championship.
This year, both teams were 6-3 before meeting, but the Titans left Baltimore 7-3. Even with a win, the two-toned blue still had some players who didn’t play well.
Ty Sambrailo, OL
When Taylor Lewan went out for the season with a torn ACL, most fans panicked. Recently, the backup Ty Sambrailo has played well, before meeting the Ravens.
The Ravens pass rush was on a different level this weekend. The Titans only gave up two sacks, but that was more of Ryan Tannehill getting rid of the ball quicker. Tannehill was hit eight times in this game and sacked once by Yannick Ngakoue who lined up across from Sambrailo.
If the Titans want to keep their $118 million quart back healthy, the offensive line has to step up.
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Jamil Douglas, OL
The backup center lost before he entered the game. This could also be put on Arthur smith, who called for a wildcat play with Derrick Henry in the shotgun.
For Douglas’s first and only snap, he hiked the ball a little too high over Henry’s head. Tennessee was in the redzone on a second and goal in the third quarter, while down by 11 points.
The play resulted in a 20-yard loss and forced Tennessee to take a field goal instead of a possible score.
Amani Hooker, DB
This one may be sort of a hot take, but I personally didn’t think Hooker played well. Yes, Amani Hooker had an interception, but it was a ball that Lamar Jackson clearly overthrew Marquis Brown on a deep route.
Other than the Interception, Amani Hooker gave up a 71 completion percentage when his matchup was targeted. Hooker also allowed 90 yards and a touchdown by Mark Andrews where he was clearly beat off the break.
Hooker is only a second-year player so there isn’t much to worry about so he will get better. However, don’t let the interception fool you for him having a great game.