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NFL: AFC Divisional Round-Tennessee Titans at Baltimore Ravens Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

The Titans are really banged up heading into this one. We learned yesterday that Jadeveon Clowney went to IR and Kenny Vaccaro will miss the game. Vaccaro is added to a long list of the players that will miss this game including Rodger Saffold, Adam Humphries, Adoree Jackson, Larrell Murchison and MyCole Pruitt. That’s a tough list heading into a game the Titans really need to win.

The Ravens have really struggled against the run. The Titans are really banged up on defense. It looks like the perfect game to get Derrick Henry going on the ground and try to get him 30 carries. The thing to watch will be how the left side of the offensive line holds up. Ty Sambrailo has been pretty good since taking over for Taylor Lewan. Jamil Douglas will fill in for Saffold in this one. He has struggled when he has been on the field during his time with the Titans. Hopefully he can do enough today.

What You Need To Know

Date: November 22nd, 2020

Game time: 12:00 PM CT

Location: M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD

TV channel: CBS

Coverage Map: 506 Sports

Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo

Radio: 104.5 The Zone (Nashville), Titans Radio in MidSouth

Streaming: Fubo | NFL.com GamePass (audio only until after game)

Titans record: (6-3)

Ravens record: (6-3)

Odds: Titans +6.5

Enemy blog: Baltimore Beatdown

Twitter: @TitansMCM

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