Ravens throttled Titans 21-7 and have won 10-straight home games in November, the NFL’s longest such streak but it was a slow start for their defense. The Titans controlled the game early having the ball for the majority of the first quarter, and took of nearly 13 minutes with the first two drives. As time went on both the offense and defense jelled resulting in a tough hard fought victory. Despite the Titans being 4-4 on 3rd down until late in the second quarter, they would go 0-8 the rest of the game.
“Just give them credit. They had an extra week to prepare for us. They did a good job in the first two series. We were just able to settle in. Our crowd was fantastic, and our guys started making plays in the back end, allowing us to get some rushes and kind of get the game going,” Dumervil said.READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Tornado Watch Issued For Much Of Maryland