Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens got revenge against the Tennessee Titans, who ousted the Ravens in last year's playoffs and defeated them earlier this season in overtime.
Jackson and the Ravens offense played a much better game than the previous two matchup against the stout Titans. The 3rd year-QB and last year's MVP piled up 136 yards on the ground including an incredible 48-yard touchdown run on a critical 3rd down play late in the second quarter.
The Ravens nemesis, Titans running back Derrick Henry, was held to just 40 yards rushing, averaging 2.2 yards per carry. The Ravens essentially shutting down Henry put the game more into Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill's hands. The Titans showed some flashes on offense in the passing game, but a late interception by Ravens CB Marcus Peters late in the 4th quarter essentially ended Tennessee's hopes of winning the game.
The Ravens next opponent in the playoffs depends on the outcome of the Browns vs. Steelers game Sunday night. The team coukd play either the Kansas City Chiefs or the Buffalo Bills.