On Sunday, the Ravens and Titans will face off in what figures to be a close battle in the Wild Card Round of the postseason.
The first day of the 2020 NFL postseason brought us plenty of drama and the same figures to be the case on Sunday. The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans will start things off in what’s expected to be a see-saw battle.
On one side, Lamar Jackson and his speedy wheels will look to break down the Tennessee defense, while Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill, running back Derrick Henry and other offensive playmakers will look to do the same to Baltimore. Which team will come out on top?
What to watch for in Ravens vs. Titans on Sunday
If you’re a Baltimore Ravens fan, you’ve got to feel pretty darn excited about the team’s prospects on Sunday. Baltimore closed the season on a five-game winning streak, with both sides of the ball playing their best football.
There’s no question Jackson powers things on offense, as the star signal-caller has the ability to hurt you through the air and on the ground. It’s easier said than done, but Tennessee will have to do everything possible to try and slow him down.
As for Tennessee, its aerial attack is strong, but once Henry gets going, watch out. The Titans will look to feed him the rock early and often. If he can get into a rhythm and start breaking free for long runs, the Ravens could be in trouble here.
How to live stream Ravens vs. Titans
Ravens vs Titans will kick off at 1:05 p.m. ET. If you won’t be near a television, you can catch a live stream on the NFL streams subreddit community.