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.
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.