Titans/Ravens game notes

FIRST TITANS TOUCHDOWN: Alge Crumpler scored his first touchdown as a Titan and the 36th of his career on an 11-yard pass from Kerry Collins that gave the Titans a 13-10 lead with 1:56 remaining in the game.
 
CAREER HIGH:Bo Scaife tied his career-high with seven receptions.
 
STILL UNDEFEATED:Sunday's win gave the Titans a 5-0 record for the first time in franchise history.
 
8TH CONSECUTIVE WIN:Sunday's win gave the Titans an NFL-leading eight consecutive regular season victories dating back to last season, tying for the third-longest streak in team history.
 
ALL-EVEN:Sunday's win evened the all-time series between the Titans and Ravens at 9-9.
 
FISHER CLIMBING CHARTS:Sunday's win improved Jeff Fisher's career record as head coach (1995-08) to 125-104. Sunday's win tied Jeff Fisher with Jim Mora (125 career wins) for 24th place in NFL history in career wins by a head coach.
 
COLLINS GETS WIN:Sunday's win improved Kerry Collins' regular season record as a starting quarterback to 71-82.
 
GRIFFIN'S FOURTH INTERCEPTION:Titans safety Michael Griffin recorded his fourth interception of the season in the second quarter.  He picked off a Joe Flacco pass to put the Titans in position to tie the game with a Rob Bironas field goal.  It was Griffin's seven career interception.

LONG RETURNS FOR CARR: For the second consecutive week, Chris Carr set the Titans up with quality field position with a long kickoff return.  In the first quarter against the Ravens, he returned a kickoff 49 yards.  A personal foul penalty on top of the return gave the Titans a first down at the Baltimore 37-yard line.  In the second quarter, Carr returned a punt 33 yards for the fourth-longest punt return of his career.  Last week against the Vikings, Carr delivered a 52-yard return. JONES COMES UP BIG ON SCORING DRIVE:In the second half, wide receiver Brandon Jones helped the Titans drive 81 yards on 13 plays and score on a 26-yard field goal by Rob Bironas.  During the series, Jones caught three passes from Kerry Collins for 54 yards, including a critical 2-yard reception on third-and-six.
 
GAME-SAVING PICK: Nick Harper intercepted his second pass of the season and the 20th of his career when he picked off Joe Flacco late in the fourth quarter. It was the second interception in as many weeks for Harper.

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