Titans-Ravens Postgame Notes

The Tennessee Titans versus the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on NOVEMBER 22, 2020 in Baltimore, MD. Photo By Will Newton/Tennessee Titans

Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020

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• The Titans are 7-3 through their first 10 games. It marks the fifth time in the "Titans era" and the 12th time in franchise history the club has won at least seven of its first 10 contests. The last time prior to this season was in 2008 (10-0). 

• The win gave the Titans a 5-3 conference record and a 3-1 road record in 2020. They travel to face the AFC South rival Indianapolis Colts (7-3) next week in a battle for first place in the division. 

• The Titans played and won their second overtime game of the season after previously winning a home overtime contest against the Houston Texans on Oct. 18. It marks the second time in franchise history and the first time since 1979 that the team won two overtime games in a season. The Titans improved their record to 12-8 (.600) in overtime games in the "Titans era" (since 1999). 

• The Titans scored a touchdown on their opening possession for the second consecutive week and for the fourth time this season. It was the fifth time this season they scored points on the opening drive.

• The Titans offense produced a 100-yard rusher and a 100-yard receiver for the fifth time in 2020. Derrick Henry rushed for 133 yards, while Corey Davis had 113 receiving yards. 

• The Titans offense produced 26 first downs, registering the team's sixth game of the season with at least 25 first downs. 

• Against the NFL's second-ranked defense on third down entering the week, the Titans converted five times on 12 third-down attempts (41.7 percent). 

• The Titans' 423 total net yards were the second-most allowed by the Ravens defense in 2020. It was the Titans offense's fourth outing in 2020 to reach the 400-yard mark. 

• With 173 rushing yards, the Titans registered their third contest in 2020 with at least 170 rushing yards. 

• The Titans were penalized only four times for 44 yards, marking their fourth game of 2020 with four penalties or less. 

• Excluding a kneel-down at the end of the fourth quarter, the Titans offense scored on its final four drives of the game—two touchdowns and two field goals. 

• The Titans defense limited the Colts to one touchdown in four trips inside the red zone for a season-low 25.0 percent by a Titans opponent in 2020. 


• Tied his career high with two receptions for 21 total yards, including a 14-yard catch. He added three kickoff returns for 47 yards and one rushing attempt for four yards. 


• Registered his first career start, filling in for an injured Rodger Saffold III at left guard. 


• Caught four passes for 62 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown with 2 minutes and 18 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. He delivered the touchdown on third-and-10 and broke multiple tackles to reach the end zone. It was his seventh touchdown reception of the season—tied with Jonnu Smith for the team lead—and the 15th touchdown catch of his career. 

• Drew a 39-yard pass interference penalty on the offense's first play from scrimmage. 


• Appeared in his 50th career regular season game.

• Led the team with 113 yards on five receptions (22.6 avg.), logging his fifth career 100-yard game and his career-high third 100-yard effort of 2020. 

• Recorded a 50-yard catch in the third quarter. It was the second-longest reception of his career behind only a 51-yarder against Philadelphia on Sept. 30, 2018.


• Credited with a team-high nine tackles. 


• Made all three field goal attempts and his only extra point attempt. He connected on a pair of 40-yard field goals and added a 22-yarder. It was his second game of 2020 with at least three field goals. 


• Rushed for 133 yards and a touchdown on 28 attempts. He notched his 19th career 100-yard rushing game (including regular season and playoffs) and his sixth 100-yard rushing game of 2020. He has 10 games with at least 100 rushing yards in his last 16 regular season appearances. 

• Scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime on a 29-yard run. It was his second "walk-off" overtime touchdown run of the season and only the third touchdown of its kind in franchise history. He accomplished the feat earlier in the season on Oct. 18 against Houston on a five-yard run. The franchise's only other game-winning rushing touchdown in overtime came on Vince Young's 39-yard run at Houston on Dec. 10, 2006. 

• Ran for a 24-yard gain in the fourth quarter, which put him over the 1,000-yard mark for the third consecutive season. His season totals include 1,079 yards and nine touchdowns on 229 rushing attempts (4.7 avg.). He became the fourth player in franchise history to record three consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons, along with Earl Campbell (1978–1981), Eddie George (1996–2000) and Chris Johnson (2008–2013). 

• Recorded his 19th consecutive game in the regular season and playoffs with at least 18 rushing attempts. It is the second-longest streak of its kind in the NFL since 1948. The only player with more consecutive 18-carry games in the regular season and postseason was Emmitt Smith, whose streak was 23 games with the Dallas Cowboys from 1995 to 1996. In the 30 instances in the regular season and playoffs during Henry's career (2016–present) in which he has recorded 18 attempts, the Titans' record is 24-6.

• Improved his career total to 50 touchdowns (rushing and receiving), becoming the fifth player in franchise history to score at least 50 career touchdowns of any kind. The only other franchise players to do so are Eddie George (74), Earl Campbell (73), Chris Johnson (58) and Charlie Hennigan (51). 

• Leads the NFL with 1,079 rushing yards through 11 weeks. He is 10 yards ahead of Minnesota's Dalvin Cook (1,069). 

• Joined LaDainian Tomlinson as the NFL's only players with multiple career touchdown runs in overtime since 1991. Tomlinson had three during his career. Henry is the first to do so in a single season in that time period. 


• Registered his first career start at safety. 

• Picked off a Lamar Jackson pass in the third quarter to register his team-high third interception of 2020 and the third interception of his career. He also was credited with seven tackles and two passes defensed in the contest. 


• Registered a nine-yard sack of Lamar Jackson in overtime to help force a three-and-out, which preceded the Titans' game-winning drive. The play gave Landry a team-high 3.5 sacks in 2020 and 17 sacks in his three-year career. He added seven tackles in the contest. 


• Registered his first career start at outside linebacker. 


• Totaled four receptions for 20 yards with one touchdown. On a one-yard touchdown catch on a pass from Ryan Tannehill in the first quarter, he established his first career three-game streak with at least one touchdown in each contest (rushing or receiving). He now has 15 career touchdown receptions.

• With his seventh touchdown catch of 2020, he tied Delanie Walker (seven touchdown receptions in 2016) for the most single-season touchdown receptions by a tight end in the franchise's "Titans era" (1999–present). 

• On his first catch, an eight-yarder in the first quarter, he notched his 100th career reception. He became the 12th tight end in franchise history to reach the mark. 

• Through the afternoon games of Nov. 22, Smith leads all NFL tight ends with seven touchdown receptions and eight total touchdowns (one rushing). 


• In his 20th regular season start with the Titans, he completed 22 of 31 passes for 259 yards with two touchdowns and one interception. His 104.1 passer rating gave him six games in 2020 and 14 games in his 20 starts with the team with a passer rating of at least 100.0. 

• Credited with his fifth game-winning drive of 2020, his 21st career game-winning drive and his eighth game-winning drive in his two seasons with the Titans. At Indianapolis, he completed all three of his passes for 36 total yards during the game-winning overtime series. 

• Completed a one-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jonnu Smith in the first quarter and a 14-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver A.J. Brown in the fourth quarter to register his 17th performance in two seasons with the Titans with at least two touchdown passes. He has eight multi-touchdown games in 2020. 

• Completed a 50-yard pass to wide receiver Corey Davis in the third quarter. It was his fifth pass in 2020 of at least 50 yards and the 33rd such pass of his career. Tannehill also had a 22-yard completion to Davis and a 25-yard completion to A.J. Brown during a touchdown drive in the fourth quarter. 

• Rushed for a two-point conversion late in the fourth quarter, notching his second career two-point conversion and his first since 2019. He added four rushing attempts for 35 yards, including a 21-yard run in the second quarter. 


• Completed his first NFL pass, a seven-yard strike to Nick Westbrook-Ikhine on a fake punt in the second quarter. The play resulted in a first down and ultimately led to a field goal.