NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Will Compton did solid work subbing for Jayon Brown when the Titans starting weakside inside linebacker went down at the end of the first half in Baltimore.

And the Ravens didn’t really seem to try to attack Compton, a smart veteran who lacks Brown’s speed.


If it’s Compton who’s lined up in the spot Sunday in Indianapolis the Colts could go at him differently.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As the Titans prepare for their 12th game and the giant rematch with the Colts, a look at their current 10 best players with a status report on each…

Derrick Henry – Still the tone-setting key to the offense and at the head of the NFL rushing title race with 1,079 yards, 10 more than Dalvin Cook. Henry’s won two overtime games for the Titans with rushing touchdowns and leads the team with nine overall and continues to be an excellent leader. He’s still not utilized much on third down, where others have pass protected pretty well and the Titans generally have not thrown to backs.


Photo: Alison McNabb, Tennessee Titans

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As Vic Beasley signed to the Raiders' practice squad he posted an appreciative tweet to Titans' fans.

So for about the 50th time during and after his Tennessee ordeal, I dialed his number. And for the first time he answered.

In the conversation I had with him Monday evening he declined several opportunities to really address his lack of effort during his time with the team or to move from thanking Jon Robinson and Mike Vrabel for the opportunity to apologizing for his failure to do anything with it.Screen Shot 2020 11 23 at 7.23.45 PM

“I don’t want to make no stories, boss,” he said a few times.

That said, he couldn’t offer any assurances that what’s to come with the Las Vegas is going to be different. He signed with the Raiders practice squad Monday. [Unlocked]

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Scout's Take: How the Ravens played into the Titans' hands

BY BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- This was a game of who wanted it the most.

The Titans proved that they wanted the game more than the Ravens. Jonathon Ogden, Ray Lewis, Ed Reed would be embarrassed by the Ravens' lack of “want to” at the end of the game.


The Titans started hot again on offense for the second week in a row.

They did a good job on offense of exposing players like cornerback Marcus Peters that weren’t’ playing their best games.

I thought the Titans’ ability to play-action pulled the Ravens’ linebackers into the line of scrimmage. The inability of the linebackers to read the formations and down and distances really opened up the middle of the field for the Titans’ receivers and also kept the pressure off Ryan Tannehill.

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Titans expecting they've lost Ty Sambrailo

BALTIMORE -- The Titans need to replace Taylor Lewan's replacement.

The team is expecting that left tackle Ty Sambrailo, who replaced Lewan after he tore his ACL Oct. 18 against Houston, is out long-term, most likely for the remainder of the season.TitansLogoGlass

They won in Baltimore but lost Jayon Brown (elbow) and Sambrailo, whose injury was never announced after he limped off. 

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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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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With Rodger Saffold out and Ben Jones hurting, the Titans intend to have first-round pick Isaiah Wilson in uniform for the first time in his rookie year on Sunday in Baltimore.

Wilson’s troubled season has been a big storyline for the 6-3 Titans.

He went on Covid-Reserve on July 28 and came off it on Aug. 3.Wilson79DrinkGW

Photo: George Walker, The Tennessean via pool.

He was cited for trespassing at TSU on Aug. 15 where a campus police report said contemplated jumping off a second-story balcony to avoid trouble. The school was closed to outsiders because of COVID-19 concerns. [Unlocked]

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Scout's Take: How to run Derrick Henry and control Lamar Jackson

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans and the rest of the NFL are at the point in the season where every game is a big game and will impact what happens in January.

The Ravens lost to injury their three best run defenders in defensive lineman Calais Campbell, Brandon Williams and inside linebacker L.J. Fort, and Patriots running back Damion Harris ran for a career-high with 121 yards.


This should be a big indicator of what the Titans offensive game plan should be.


The Ravens possess two of the best man cover corners in the NFL in Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters who can match the Titans’ receivers with size and speed.

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