Titans-Ravens Game Notes

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FIRST CAREER RECEPTION: In the second quarter, first-year tight end Anthony Firkser recorded his first career reception, converting a third-and-six with an 18-yard catch. Firkser finished the game with two receptions for 25 yards.

DAVIS TOPS ROOKIE TOTAL: With a 24-yard reception in the third quarter, wide receiver Corey Davis topped his rookie total from 2017 of 375 receiving yards. Davis' two-year NFL totals include 61 catches for 760 yards, including a team-leading 27 receptions and 385 receiving yards in 2018.

INTERCEPTION BY BYARD: Late in the second quarter, Kevin Byard notched his first interception of 2018. On a pass from Joe Flacco that was intended for wide receiver Willie Snead IV, cornerback Logan Ryan battled with Snead to tip the ball into the air, and Byard dove to make the interception. The takeaway gave Byard nine career interceptions in three NFL seasons.    

DEBUTS: Linebacker Robert Spillane and wide receiver Cameron Batson made their NFL debuts in the game. Spillane and Batson were both originally signed by the Titans in 2018 as undrafted free agents. 

SUCCOP IN 150TH GAME: Kicker Ryan Succop played his 150th career NFL game. He has never missed a game in his 10-year career.

KERN TIES BIRONAS: Punter Brett Kern appeared in his 144th consecutive game for the Titans, tying Rob Bironas for fourth place on the franchise's all-time consecutive games played list. The only players in team history with more consecutive games are Bruce Matthews (232), Robert Brazile (147) and Craig Hentrich (146).

KERN PUNTS NINE TIMES: Brett Kern came within one punt of tying his career high. He punted nine times against the Ravens for a 41.7-yard average (36.1 net) with three punts placed inside the 20. He pinned the Ravens on their own six-yard line with a 44-yard punt in the first quarter.

INACTIVES: The Titans' inactive list included cornerback Kenneth Durden, safety Kenny Vaccaro, linebacker Will Compton, linebacker Wesley Woodyard, guard Aaron Stinnie, tackle Tyler Marz and defensive lineman Bennie Logan. Vaccaro (elbow), Compton (hamstring), Woodyard (shoulder) and Logan (elbow) were listed on the injury report prior to the contest.

The Tennessee Titans take on the Baltimore Ravens in Week 6 of the 2018 season on Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018 at Nissan Stadium. (Photos: Donn Jones, AP)

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