· The Titans defense allowed only one touchdown on six trips by Baltimore inside the red zone—a rate of 16.7 percent. That was the best showing by the Titans defense in any game in which the opponent had five or more opportunities inside the 20 since allowing the same rate (16.7 percent on six drives) against the Houston Texans on Sept. 21, 2008.
· The Ravens did not score on either of their goal-to-go opportunities.
· In the second half, the Titans defense allowed only seven total first downs and 118 total net yards.
· On three consecutive drives to begin the second half, the Titans defense forced a three-and-out, recorded an interception on the second play of the next drive, and forced a three-and-out on the following Ravens possession.
· For the third consecutive week and for the fourth time in 2023, the Titans scored on their opening possession—all four drives resulted in field goals. Against the Ravens, they moved the ball 67 yards on nine plays, and Nick Folk's 26-yard field goal tied the score at 3-3.
· The nine total field goals in the game—six by the Ravens and three by the Titans—tied for the most in any game in Titans/Oilers history, matching the nine by the Titans (three) and San Francisco 49ers (six) on Dec. 17, 2017.
ILB AZEEZ AL-SHAAIR
· For the second consecutive week, he led the defense and tied his career high with 15 tackles. Prior to Oct. 8 at Indianapolis, the only other time in his career he reached the 15-tackle mark was as a member of the San Francisco 49ers at Seattle on Dec. 5, 2021.
· Became the first Titans defender to record 15 tackles in back-to-back games (press box tackle statistics) since at least the beginning of the 2000 season. He became the NFL's first player in 2023 to accomplish the feat.
DL DENICO AUTRY
· Blocked an extra point attempt by Justin Tucker in the second quarter. It was his NFL-leading 11th total blocked kick since entering the NFL in 2014, including seven blocks on extra points, three on field goals and one on a punt. The next-highest total is five total blocked kicks (Henry Anderson, Margus Hunt, Ra'Shede Hageman).
· His blocked extra point was the team's first blocked kick since Autry blocked an extra point attempt at Green Bay on Nov. 17, 2022.
· Added four tackles, including a tackle for loss.
S KEVIN BYARD
· Finished second on the defense with 10 total tackles. It was his second game of the season in which he registered double-digit tackles.
K NICK FOLK
· Made all three of his field goal attempts (26, 27 and 38 yards) and his only extra point attempt.
· He increased his current streak to 24 consecutive successful field goals, including 16 consecutive field goals this season with the Titans. His 24 consecutive field goals etablished the second-longest streak of his 16-year career (36 from 2020-21).
· Made his 68th, 69th and 70th consecutive field goals from under 40 yards, tying the NFL record established by Ravens kicker Justin Tucker from 2016 to 2020. Folk's streak began in 2017 as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
· His streak of 16 consecutive field goals with the Titans tied for the eighth-longest such streak in franchise history.
· His 369 career field goals gave him sole possession of 20th place in NFL history, surpassing Norm Johnson (366).
RB DERRICK HENRY
· Led the team with 97 yards on 12 rushing attempts, including a touchdown. He added 16 yards on a pair of receptions to account for 113 scrimmage yards.
· Took a shotgun snap and raced 64 yards to set up a field goal in the third quarter. It was his ninth career rushing attempt of 60-plus yards, the highest total in the NFL since 2016.
· Scored on a 15-yard run in the third quarter. His third rushing touchdown of the season gave him 81 career rushing touchdowns and 84 total career touchdowns, each of which are franchise records. It also was the first rushing touchdown the Ravens allowed in 2023.
· Matched Ottis Anderson (81) and Frank Gore (81) for 19th-most rushing touchdowns in NFL history.
WR DeANDRE HOPKINS
· Caught one pass for 20 yards.
· Extended his active streak to 151 consecutive games with at least one reception—every game he has played since he entered the NFL. It is the longest active streak in the NFL and the fourth-longest in NFL history to begin a career. Only Marvin Harrison (190 consecutive games), Keyshawn Johnson (167) and Marshall Faulk (158) have had longer consecutive-catch streaks than Hopkins to begin a career.
OLB HAROLD LANDRY III
· Tallied five tackles, including a sack and two tackles for loss.
· Ended a Baltimore drive in the third quarter with a two-yard sack of Lamar Jackson on third down. It was his second sack of the season and the 33rd sack of his career.
· Ranks 12th in franchise history in career sacks.
CB SEAN MURPHY-BUNTING
· Intercepted a Lamar Jackson pass in the third quarter. It was his seventh career interception and his first as a member of the Titans. His interception and 10-yard return gave the Titans possession at Baltimore's 25-yard line, leading to a touchdown.
· Added three tackles.
RB TYJAE SPEARS
· Took a short pass from Malik Willis in the fourth quarter and raced 48 yards to help set up a field goal.
· Added four rushing attempts for 15 yards.
P RYAN STONEHOUSE
· Averaged 52.6 yards on five punts (34.4 net) with two punts placed inside the 20.
· Credited with a special teams tackle by forcing Ravens returner Devin Duvernay out of bounds to help prevent a touchdown in the second quarter.
QB RYAN TANNEHILL
· Completed eight of 16 passes for 76 yards before exiting in the fourth quarter with an injury.
· Surpassed Marcus Mariota (1,765) on the franchise's all-time passing attempts list by increasing his total with the team to 1,781 attempts. He trails only Warren Moon (4,546), Steve McNair (3,871), George Blanda (2,784) and Dan Pastorini (2,768).
WR NICK WESTBROOK-IKHINE
· Led the offense with three receptions for 25 yards.
QB MALIK WILLIS
· Entered the game with 12:49 on the clock in the fourth quarter.
· Completed four of his five passes for 74 yards, including a 48-yard completion to Tyjae Spears.