BALTIMORE (AP) TENNESSEE (2-6) at BALTIMORE (5-4)
Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS
OPENING LINE – Ravens by 9 1/2
RECORD VS. SPREAD – Tennessee 2-6, Baltimore 5-4
SERIES RECORD – Tied 10-10
LAST MEETING – Titans beat Ravens 26-13, Sept. 18, 2011
LAST WEEK – Titans had bye, lost to Texans 30-16 on Oct. 26; Ravens lost to Steelers 43-23
AP PRO32 RANKING – Titans No. 28, Ravens No. 17
TITANS OFFENSE – OVERALL (27), RUSH (20), PASS (24).
TITANS DEFENSE – OVERALL (23), RUSH (28), PASS (16).
RAVENS OFFENSE – OVERALL (9), RUSH (10), PASS (12).
RAVENS DEFENSE – OVERALL (12), RUSH (6), PASS (24).
STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – Teams have split last four meetings, including Titans’ 13-10 win in 2009 postseason. … Tennessee OT Michael Oher played five seasons in Baltimore before leaving after last year. … Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt began NFL coaching career in Baltimore as TE coach in 1997. … Ravens QB Joe Flacco is 0-2 vs. Titans, with one TD pass and four INTs. … Tennessee lost five of six before last week’s bye. … Titans QB Zach Mettenberger will make second NFL start. He went 27 of 41 for 299 yards and two TDs vs. Houston. … Titans had five sacks from five players against Houston. … Kendall Wright needs seven catches to become 11th WR in Titans history to reach 200 for career. He has only 35 receptions this year compared to 94 in 2013. … Ravens seek fourth straight win at home, where they are 42-10 since John Harbaugh became coach in 2008. They played four of their previous five games on road. … Baltimore is in AFC North cellar despite owning winning record. … Ravens RB Justin Forsett leads AFC with 5.4 rushing average and teammate Lorenzo Taliaferro has four TDs rushing, tied for second among NFL rookies. … Ravens WR Steve Smith seeks to end three-game TD drought. His next 100-yard game will give him Ravens single-season record of five. … Baltimore rookie LB C.J. Mosley leads AFC with 82 tackles. … Ravens LB Terrell Suggs stands two sacks short of 100 for his career. … Baltimore’s plus-66 point differential (240-174) ranks third in NFL behind New England and Indianapolis.
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