The Baltimore Ravens (3-2) are lost a unique opportunity last weekend when they faced divisional rival Pittsburgh and lost that game, but it's time to move on there is no better place to do so than away from the USA. That's why the Ravens are playing football in England on Sunday as they take on Tennessee (2-3) in London.
Baltimore had beaten two divisional rivals this season on the road but the Ravens failed to capitalize many times last Sunday and ended up dropping that matchup. The Titans did the same, falling to a Gardner Minshew-led Colts squad that also beat Baltimore in a similar situation back in Week 3.
As the Ravens prepare to face the Titans in their international Week 6 matchup, scheduled for Sunday, October 15, here's a comprehensive look at everything you need to know before both teams start battling each other on the field come kick-off time at 9:30 a.m. ET.
Don't forget to set your alarms!
Ravens vs. Titans Week 6: All you need to know
When and where
The Ravens are playing on the road for the fourth time this season and the third time in as many weeks as they will face play football in London, UK this weekend for the third and final game played in England as part of the 2023 NFL international series.
The Ravens and their foes from Tenessee will be taking on each other inside Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with the kick-off scheduled for 9:30 a.m. ET, so make sure you don't oversleep on Saturday going on Sunday!
This game puts an end to a grueling road trip that saw Baltimore visit Cleveland and Pittsburgh before flying all across the pond to go against the Titans in London. The Ravens will return to M&T Bank Stadium to host the Detroit Lions in a Week 7 matchup in which Terrell Suggs will be inducted into the Ravens Ring of Honor!
In Week 6, Baltimore and Tennessee will square off on Sunday with kick-off scheduled to take place at 9:30 a.m. ET (6:30 p.m. PT for those on the West Coast; 3:30 p.m. CET for those in Europe).
The forecast for Sunday at kick-off time in London, according to AccuWeather, predicts 48 degrees with sunny skies on a breezy and cool afternoon, with a 35 percent chance of precipitation and a W 16 mph wind.
The Ravens head into Sunday's matchup against the Tennessee Titans in near-peak condition. Just a quick peak at their latest injury report tells you all you need to know: just one player ruled out (outside linebacker Odafe Oweh) and everyone else, including safety Geno Smith and UDFA rookie rusher Keaton Mitchell, ready to go.
Offensive tackles Morgan Moses and Patrick Mekari, who had been dealing with shoulder and chest issues, respectively, participated in full this week and have been removed from the injury report.
Marlon Humphrey and Odell Beckham are also back and determined to have better outings than those from last Sunday when they surrendered the game-winning touchdown and a game-sealing interception in a short span of time.
On the flip side, the Titans face serious trouble as they ruled out wide receiver Treylon Burks ahead of their trip to London on Thursday. They won't be able to count on linebacker Luke Gifford nor defensive back Elijah Molden either, who didn't fly to London.
Starting defensive tackle Teair Tart is questionable with a toe issue, and center Aaron Brewer is also questionable due to a sore neck that kept him out of Thursday's practice.
TV, radio, and streaming
For those watching, the game will be available on WJZ Ch. 11 (Baltimore), and on national TV on NFL Network with announcers Rich Eisen (play-by-play), Kurt Warner (analyst), and Jamie Erdahl (sideline).
For those listening, you will be able to catch the game on WBAL 1090 AM / 98Rock (97.9 FM) & Sirius XM Chs. 134 or 383, on live radio stream at BaltimoreRavens.com (desktop or in-market mobile users) and the Ravens Mobile app (in-market users only, on national radio at Westwood One Sports, and on Spanish radio at TICO Sports (1050 AM and 93.5 FM).
You can stream the game if you have a subscription to YouTube TV's Sunday Ticket, and also locally at BatlimoreRavens.com and Ravens Mobile App. If you subscribe to NFL+, you can watch the game on replay.
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