Ravens pile up team-record 11 sacks against former coach

Titans Mailbag What will the offense do against Baltimore? Is there a trade option at receiver

Titans Mailbag What will the offense do against Baltimore? Is there a trade option at receiver

His arrow keeps trending upward, according to coach John Harbaugh, who made a surprising statement Monday: Lewis could possibly play in Week 7. His retirement lasted less than a month with first-year coach Mike Vrabel luring Pees to join him as the Titans' defensive coordinator. The Ravens entered Sunday boasting one of the top defensive units in the league, allowing the third-fewest total yards per game, fourth-fewest pass yards allowed and fifth-fewest rushing yards allowed, while averaging the sixth-most sacks per game.

Sounds like Mariota won't be taking his linemen to slam beers at Predators games in the near future.

We'll have to see as the week progresses and they continue with the tests.

They now have lost two straight games in which they didn't score a single touchdown.

Making matters worse? Mariota had only 10 completions in the game. The Titans get their bye when they return from London before a visit to Dallas and a home game November 11 against New England.

"We know the upcoming challenge", Harbaugh said. Tennessee had only allowed five sacks on the year between Mariota and Blaine Gabbert.

"We've really got a challenge in front of us, and we've got to make sure that we're ready to go". "We've just got to go up there and work and grind and get better and find ways to win".

Flacco drove Baltimore 94 yards over 17 plays, eating up more than nine minutes of the first quarter before hitting Michael Crabtree on a 4-yard TD. The Ravens won 21-0.

Dean Pees and the Titans simply couldn't stop his old team as the Ravens outgained Tennessee 361-106 and punted only once against a defence led by their former defensive co-ordinator.

The Ravens started sacking Marcus Mariota on the opening drive, with eight different Ravens getting at least one sack.

Baltimore Ravens players wait as guard Alex Lewis, not shown, is tended to after being injured in the second half of an NFL football game against the Tennessee Titans Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, in Nashville, Tenn.

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