Everything you need to know for Baltimore Ravens/Tennessee Titans

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7 Jan 2001: Jamal Lewis #31 of the Baltimore Ravens runs with the ball during the AFC Divisional Playoffs Game against the Tennessee Titans at the Adelphia Coliseum in Nashville, Tennessee. The Ravens defeated the Titans 24-10.Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Daniel /Allsport

History of the matchup:

The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans have themselves a little bit of an overlooked rivalry that dates back to the early 2000s. The two teams were rivals in the then-AFC Central division, but it was in the 2000-2001 playoffs that a trace of bitterness towards each other was born.

It was during the divisional round of those playoffs that the two AFC heavy-weights clashed. Baltimore would ultimately walk out of the game victorious with a 24-10 win. The game was classic, smash-mouth football with running back Eddie George and Jamal Lewis leading the Titans and Ravens respectively on offense.

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Throughout the years, the two teams have traded blows with no one winning back-to-back games since the Titans did in 2004 and 2005. The Ravens have the all-time advantage with a narrow 12-11 record.

All in all, the Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans aren’t the rivalry that the Chicago Bears vs. the Green Bay Packers is, but it remains a solid matchup when these two lineups against each. Both team have been so similar in their respective histories, making it a mirror-match when they face off.

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