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Ravens vs. Titans final: Winners & Losers

A loss to remember

NFL: Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

A blown 21-10 lead ends with the Baltimore Ravens (6-4) suffering a 24-30 overtime defeat at the hands of the Tennessee Titans (7-4). The Ravens are now in third place of the AFC North.

Winners

J.K. Dobbins: Great running today and it looks he’s secured the starting tailback role with the team with 15 rushes. Gus Edwards and Mark Ingram II combined for only five.

Tyus Bowser: A great interception early in the game to turn the game in the Ravens’ tide.

Justin Tucker: 3/3 on field goals including a clutch game-tying kick.

Yannick Ngakoue: Couple of big pressures and a strip sack. Looks like he’s finally getting up to speed.

Dez Bryant: His first catch in nearly three years. Had another big play down the stretch, too.

James Proche II: Caught his first NFL pass today.

DeShon Elliott: While Derrick Henry got the best of the Ravens by games end, Elliott stonewalled him and we witnessed Henry crumple for the first time against a Ravens tackle. Bonus points for him replacing Earl Thomas III, who was known for running away from and not getting a tackle on Henry.

Losers*

*= This title does not mean these players are losers. They played a poor game. It happens to the best players and should be taken lightly.

Patrick Mekari — A solid game but will be remembered for his early snap which killed their possibly game-winning drive.

Marquise Brown — While he was robbed of a possible game-winning touchdown by Mekari’s quick snap, his statline ended with 3 targets for 0 catches and 0 yards. He dropped an easy one early, too.

Marcus Peters: Dude was unable to play man coverage today, it seemed.

Patrick Queen: Not impressed with his performance the past two weeks. It was excusable when he was consistently creating splash plays but I’m not seeing those anymore.

John Harbaugh: A 21-10 lead was blown. The buck stops with him. This was a rough one.