10 things Baltimore Ravens fans want to see against the Titans

NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 05: Eric Decker /
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CANTON, OH – AUGUST 02: Hayden Hurst #81 of the Baltimore Ravens reacts after a touchdown reception against the Chicago Bears in the third quarter of the Hall of Fame Game at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium on August 2, 2018 in Canton, Ohio. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) /

3. Hayden Hurst becoming a key part of the offense:

Remember when Hayden Hurst was making plays in the preseason? Well, he looked destined to be the tight end that would have the biggest impact on the offense. Hurst is entering his second week back from injury. After recording his first career reception, and getting his first regular season action, he has a chance to do more against the Titans. Hurst only had seven yards against the Browns.

If Hurst can become the player that takes the Ravens offense to the next level, the first round selection will be more than justified. Mark Andrews, Maxx Williams and Nick Boyle have had success in Hurst’s absence. The thing is that Hurst was the one who factored into the Ravens immediate plans, this August. When he got hurt, the Ravens had to go into the season without one of the main ingredients to Ozzie Newsome’s latest recipe.

Ravens fans have heavy expectations for Hurst. Not only is he a first round pick, but it seemed like he fit the billing in his preseason playing time. If Hurst becomes the Pro Bowl caliber player that the Ravens envisioned, than the Ravens Flock is going to be excited beyond belief. Hurst was just getting his feet wet last week. This is when the Ravens hope Hurst dives into the action.