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Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans live stream

Baltimore Ravens will host Tennessee Titans in the NFC Divisional Playoffs on Saturday night, January 11. Last season, the Ravens lost to the Chargers in the Wild Card Playoffs while the Titans missed the playoffs.

With 14 wins & 2 losses this season, the Ravens became #1 seed from AFC & received the first-round playoffs bye while the Titans (#6 seed) won over the last season’s champ Patriots (#3 seed) in the AFC Wild Card round.

When And Where To Watch Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans Free Stream?

When Is Kick-Off? January 11, Saturday
What Time Is Kick-Off? 8:15 PM (ET)
Where Is it Being Played? M&T Bank Stadium
TV Channel/Live
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NFL on CBS
Referee? Bill Vinovich

 

Where To Watch Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans Live Score?

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Possible Lineups

Baltimore Ravens                 TBA
Tennessee Titans                 TBA

 

Super Bowl Victory Record

The Ravens made 2 Super Bowl wins while the Titans appeared only once in the Super Bowl (in XXXIV) though lost the match against the Rams.

Head-To-Head (In Playoffs)

The squad met each other 3 times in playoffs; 2 times in the AFC Divisional Playoff Game (in 2001 & 2009) and 1-time AFC Wild Card Game (in 2004).

The Ravens won in all meet-ups.

Injury Report

The Ravens report injured reserves for Fish Smithson (DB), Tavon Young (CB), Tony Jefferson (SS), DeShon Elliott (DB), Daylon Mack (DT), Matt Skura (C) and Parker Ehinger (G).

Moreover, Mark Ingram (RB), Mark Andrews (TE), Jaelon Acklin (WR) and Aaron Bailey (WR) are questionable to play.

On the opposing team, the Titans state questionable appearances of Jayon Brown (ILB), Adam Humphries (WR), Cody Hollister (WR), Dion Lewis (RB), Nate Davis (G) and Adoree’ Jackson (CB). The teams’ injured reserve listings include Cameron Batson (WR), D’Andre Walker (OLB), David Fluellen (RB), Malcolm Butler (CB), Delanie Walker (TE) and Ryan Succop (K).