The Ravens enter Week 11 at 6-3 looking to rebound after a disappointing loss on Sunday Night Football to the Patriots. Their opponents, the 6-3 Titans are looking to do the same. The staff of Baltimore Beatdown gives some of their bold predictions for Sunday’s rematch.
I feel it is pretty bold to say the Ravens will hold Derrick Henry under 150 rushing yards without Brandon Williams and Calais Campbell, so I will go with that. Marquise Brown and Devin Duvernay both have over 100 yards and a touchdown. Baltimore notches a turnover on special teams and the victory.
Held to just three solo tackles through his first three games in Baltimore, Yannick Ngakoue will match that total with three Tannehill takedowns in Week 11. Lamar Jackson will continue to put the offense on his back, accounting for 400 combined yards and two first-quarter scores. Without their two handsomely-paid defensive linemen, the Ravens will manage to hold Derrick Henry below 60 yards on the ground, proving that run defense is determined by game script and not personnel.
Lamar Jackson takes advantage of a weakened Tennessee defense and rushes for over 100 yards on the ground, highlighted by a long touchdown run in the second half. Jackson winds up being the leading rusher for either team, outpacing Derrick Henry in the box score. Baltimore’s defense gets back into the turnover column with an interception and forced fumble, the latter of which comes via Marlon Humphrey.
The Ravens are somehow able to contain Derrick Henry, which forces the Titans into several third-and-long passing situations, where Baltimore’s defense is able to pin its ears back and get to Ryan Tannehill, sacking him over five times on the day. On offense, the Ravens have no trouble moving the ball on the ground as they rush for over 200 yards, led by Gus Edwards who finishes the day with over 130 yards on the ground.