Titans winners from a key game.
The Tennessee Titans won a rivalry game against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 11, and they did it in the most Titans-Ravens way possible with Derrick Henry running in the walk-off score in overtime.
Tennessee and Baltimore were in a heated playoff matchup last season that saw Tennessee winning big and advancing. Coming into this game, the Ravens had to be upset about last year, but they didn’t find the satisfaction they were hoping for Sunday.
For most of the season, they were considered the best team in the league, and a wildcard team took them down in the divisional round.
After last year, the Ravens coaches and players couldn’t agree on why they lost to the Titans. Their post-game conferences just made the game this year even more interesting.
During the Titans pre-game warmups, they met and huddled around the Baltimore logo to throw some shade. Even before the game started tempers were flaring. John Harbaugh and Malcolm Butler even shared a few words.
These two teams do not like each other, which made the win even better. But who was really a winner for the Titans against the Ravens?
Corey Davis, WR
Corey Davis had a huge bounce-back game after playing last week with a heavy heart in a very emotional game. Most of the game he was matched up with “shutdown” cornerback Marcus Peters, who got beat and even turned around on a few of Davis’s routes. His routes were very crisp and his release of the line was as quick as I have seen in some time.
While most were in shock of the big play A.J. Brown had, Corey Davis was torching the Ravens defensive backs. He hauled in a sneaky five catches for 113 yards.
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Stephan Gostkowski, K
If you ask Titans fans about Gostkowski this season they will probably get upset. He has been a key factor in some of the two-toned blue’s losses this season but was huge in this game.
All season fans have been talking about his ability to kick from a far distance, but his inconsistency from closer to the post. This week Gostkowski did not skip a beat. Three for three on field goals, including two from 40 plus feet and one from 20 plus. That is the type of consistency Tennessee needs from their kicker.
Cameron Batson, WR
This one is an “Under the radar” winner, due to his low usage and high production. Batson only had 26% of the offensive snaps, but still managed to finish with two receptions for 21 yards on just two targets. Batson came in clutch with one of the first offensive plays for the Titans.
It is great to see good production out of players who do not normally get a ton of run, but Batson showed that he could potentially help this team in special teams as well as on the offensive side of the ball.