10 matchup questions Baltimore Ravens must answer week 6 vs Tennessee Titans

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6. Can the Baltimore Ravens wide receivers take advantage of the Tennessee Titans' weak cornerbacks?

The Baltimore Ravens will have an advantage over the Tennessee Titans through the air this weekend. The Titans have Kristian Fulton starting, and he has been one of the worst cornerbacks to start this season. A lot of it is injury-related, but he is playing through it, and teams are picking on him. Roger McCreary has not been much better in the slot.

It is leaving the Titans in a bad spot. Still, when the Baltimore Ravens faced off with the Pittsburgh Steelers the team had a big advantage over the Steelers cornerbacks. Patrick Peterson struggled all season and was benched for Joey Porter Jr. in this game. Porter proceeded to record his first career interception in front of Odell Beckham. Levi Wallace was getting targeted early and often as well. Wallace would have allowed a touchdown to Rashod Bateman, but Bateman could not haul it in.

That was just a few of the examples of the Ravens wideouts coming up short in that game. You can chalk it up to injury, as both Beckham and Bateman were coming back. Now, they are in their second game back, and there are no excuses. If the Ravens pass catchers do not show up against this weak secondary, the Ravens have some serious troubles.