In Baltimore, Titans make noise before kickoff, find early-season formula and win again

BALTIMORE -- Before the big game started, the Titans came out of their tunnel and gathered on the Ravens’ logo at midfield of M&T Bank Stadium. It’s their common practice.

It’s also the sort of meaningless territorial act that takes place all over the league that home teams can decide is important or take for what it is -- football players standing on a piece of grass.


In advance of his second loss to the Titans in a calendar year, Super Bowl-winning coach John Harbaugh chose to give it import, ultimately engaging with Malcolm Butler over it.

The reaction certainly seemed to symbolize leftover hard feeling from Tennessee’s upset of the No. 1 seeded Ravens here in the 2019 playoffs back on Jan. 11.

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