A Costly 4th quarter interception by Ryan Tannehill sealed the game for the Ravens.
QB Lamar Jackson gets his first playoff win, the first time in six years Baltimore wins in the playoffs
Defensive showcase: Tennessee: two sacks in the first half, Baltimore: one sack
Lamar Jackson's second quarter 48 yard TD is the second longest rushing TD by a quarterback in the post season
17 unanswered points for the Ravens
Ravens get a taunting call for stomping on Titans' logo after the fourth quarter pick, revenge for Week 11 taunting by Titans on the Ravens' logo
Derrick Henry held to 40 yards
Ryan Tannehill connects with WR A.J. Brown for the 28 yard gain for a third down conversion, midway through the first. A six yard score by Brown puts the Titans on the board (7-0 Tennessee)
Lamar Jackson's long shot down the field intended for Miles Boykin is picked off by Malcolm Butler at the Tennessee 28.
Another massive 35 yard third down conversion by Anthony Firsker sets the Titans' third drive up for a successful 45 yard FG (10-0)
The Ravens' first points come from a 33 yard FG with just over ten minutes left in the second (10-3)
Late in the second, Jackson strikes with a 48 yard TD run to tie it up at the half (10-10 HALF)
Jackson finds a hole on third down to pick up 23 yards on the opening drive. J.K. Dobbins runs in the four yard score (17-10 Baltimore)
The dominating Ravens' defense halts the Titans' red zone drive, forcing a 25 FG to start the fourth (17-13)
The Ravens' 52 yard FG goes wide to keep the game at four
With just over four minutes left, Justin Tucker redeems himself from 51 yards out (20-13 FINAL)
A huge momentum shift with just under two minutes left: Tannehill is picked off by Marcus Peters at Baltimore's 40. The Ravens get penalized 15 yards for taunting by stomping on the Titans' logo.
Ryan Tannehill: 18/26 for 158 yards, one TD and one INT
Derrick Henry: 18 carries for 40 yards
A.J. Brown: six receptions for 83 yards and one TD
Lamar Jackson: 17/24 for 165 yards and one INT
Lamar Jackson: 16 carries for 136 yards and one TD
Marquise Brown: seven receptions for 109 yards