"NFL London Clash: Ravens vs. Titans Game Score, Highligh...

The Ravens’ defense has been successful in five categories, ranking third in points per game (15), second in total yards allowed per game (266.4), and second in sacks (18). They’ll have to contend with the Titans, who rank 26th in points per game (17.6). After a series of two weeks with the Jacksonville Jaguars, London will host a new experience with two teams this Sunday in Week 6. The Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans will cross the pond to play at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Ravens vs. Titans Game Score

Baltimore enters the game with a 3-2 record, but they are facing a tough challenge against division rivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Titans are in an even worse position, having suffered a loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, dropping them to 2-3 for the season. In London, the Titans can stabilize their season with a win against the Ravens.

Follow it closely because Yahoo Sports provides the latest news, scores, and updates as the Titans face the Ravens in Week 6 in London.

Baltimore’s Quest for Redemption in London Against the Tennessee Titans

Baltimore’s Quest for Redemption in London Against the Tennessee Titans

Baltimore is looking to bounce back across the pond when they face the Tennessee Titans at 9:30 AM on Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. This matchup with the Titans (2-3) in London is the last game of the NFL‘s international series for the season.

Baltimore is coming off a 17-10 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, where they squandered a 10-point lead. Lamar Jackson completed 22 of 38 passes for 236 yards and threw an interception. His former MVP cast of receivers left much to be desired, as they dropped several passes.

“Smith Describes the Opponent as a Physically Demanding Team”

“It’s a physical team,” Smith said. “A physical team and that’s something we take pride in. Knowing their return is very good. D-Hop has been one of the best in the game for a little while. They have a lot of pieces over there, for sure.”

The Ravens will be without outside linebacker Odafe Oweh, who is dealing with a knee injury, and cornerback Tavon Young is questionable with a shoulder injury.

The Titans have ruled out wide receiver A.J. Brown, linebacker David Long, and cornerback Caleb Farley.

Stay Tuned for Live Updates After Kickoff

  • Live updates will appear here after the kickoff. 
  • The Titans won the toss and deferred. 
  • The Ravens will get the ball on their 27-yard line to start the game.
  • Justice Hill takes Lamar Jackson’s pass for two yards.
  •  Hill goes in motion and runs three yards to the third-and-5.

Jackson Connects with Flowers and Bateman for Positive Yardage

Jackson Connects

 At the 32-yard line, Jackson throws to Zay Flowers for a 15-yard gain. Jackson rolls right and throws a pass to Rashod Bateman, who gets an eight-yard gain. On third-and-1, Hill runs for two yards. On third-and-5, Jackson throws a screen to Nelson Agholor, who gets 22 yards, and the Ravens are in Titans territory at their 46-yard line.

Jackson goes right and hands the ball to Justice Hill for a gain of 38 yards. At the 26-yard line, Jackson rolls right and completes a pass to Zay Flowers with a 15-yard gain. Jackson goes right and hands the ball off to Rashaad Bateman, who gains eight yards. Edward’s run gives the Ravens a first down at the Titans’ 16-yard line.

On third-and-5, Bateman is ruled out for the first down, but it’s short. Justin Tucker makes a 41-yard field goal to give Baltimore a 3-0 lead with 10:26 left in the first quarter.

End of the possession.

DeeJay Dallas Takes the Kickoff Return from 8 Yards Deep

. It takes him six yards to run to the end zone.

End of the possession.

After returning to the end zone, Baltimore gets the ball at its 14-yard line. Lamont Jackson has the ball complete for two yards. Hill’s run gets to 8 yards, but it will be wiped out because of illegal formation drama.

With a 70-yard punt return to the Titans’ 16-yard line, Duvernay gets a return.

End of the possession.

Jackson runs for 5 yards on 2nd down. He runs into the middle and picks up the first down. Edwards rushes for 8 yards and runs for another 7.

Second Quarter:

Tannehill’s pass to the 26-yard line is good for 7 yards, and there are 5:34 remaining in the second quarter.

End of the possession.

Duvernay’s return is good for 5 yards. He handles it again and gets 1 yard. Jackson runs for a yard.

End of the possession.

Tucker comes out to kick another field goal, and it’s good from 23 yards away with 10:13 remaining in the first half.

End of the first half

Tyjae Spears asks for a fair catch, and the Titans will start their drive from their 25-yard line. Henry runs for 2 yards on the last play of the first quarter.

Sports Info: Rugby World Cup Daily

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