The Baltimore Ravens had absolutely no respect for the Tennessee Titans’ midfield logo.
Once cornerback Marcus Peters intercepted an errant Ryan Tannehill pass, the entire Baltimore Ravens defense ran to the middle of the Nissan Stadium turf to disrespect the hell out of the Tennessee Titans‘ logo.
Despite playing in opposite AFC divisions, the Ravens and Titans have had bad blood for years. This late fourth-quarter stomping of the Titans insignia stems from when Tennessee cornerback Malcolm Butler did the same thing back in November. With that interception, it allowed Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson to get his first playoff win of his budding NFL career.
— NFL Update (@MySportsUpdate) January 10, 2021
Can Baltimore get to the AFC Championship Game?
With the Ravens advancing past the Titans to the tune of 20-13, they will either face the No. 1-seeded Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium or the No. 2-seeded Buffalo Bills in Orchard Park, depending on the outcome of Sunday night’s game between the No. 3 Pittsburgh Steelers and the No. 6 Cleveland Browns.
Either way, Baltimore will play next weekend on the road again.
Should Pittsburgh hold serve at home, Baltimore will take on the Chiefs at Arrowhead. If the Browns beat the Steelers for the second time in two weeks, Ravens Flock must prepare for a Western New York showdown with Bills Mafia. Neither AFC Divisional Round opponent is ideal for Baltimore, but getting that playoff victory monkey off their back has them playing with confidence.
Baltimore can get to the AFC Championship game, but it will take a huge upset next weekend.