A week after watching his current team run over his former team, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel is now tasked with trying to slow down likely league MVP Lamar Jackson and the rest of the No. 1 seeded Ravens in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs.
Vrabel, who has led the Titans to their second divisional round appearance in the past three seasons, knows how big of a challenge Tennessee will face when they take the field in Baltimore on Saturday night. Not only do the Ravens possess the league’s most electric player in Jackson, the Ravens also boast the NFL‘s top scoring offense that this year set the NFL record for rushing yards in a single season. Baltimore also boasts the league’s third-best scoring defense that held 11 of their regular season opponents to 20 points or less.