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For the Ravens, Sunday’s loss was a hit to their pride.

Baltimore nemesis Derrick Henry delivered the knockout blow, rumbling 29 yards for the game-winning touchdown in overtime that sealed the Tennessee Titans’ 30-24 victory.

Once again, the Titans bullied Baltimore’s defense, breaking tackles and imposing their will in the end, similar to last season when they bounced the Ravens from the playoffs.

Offensively, the Ravens also failed during key moments. They put together a nice drive at the end of regulation, but settled for a field goal to force overtime instead of scoring a touchdown that would have won the game. Then in overtime, after winning the coin toss, the Ravens went three-and out. That set up the Titans’ game-winning drive, with Henry (28 carries, 133 yards) saving his longest run for last.

It was a brutal loss for Baltimore, not only because the Titans were the more physical team. The Ravens (6-4) have dropped two straight games for the first time this season, and they face a Thanksgiving night matchup in Pittsburgh against the unbeaten Steelers (10-0), who are threatening to run away with the AFC North. In a crowded AFC playoff race, the Ravens are now in third place in their division and a step behind a cluster of other contenders.

Having lost three of their last four games, the Ravens have reached a crossroad. Either they will play better from this point forward, or their season could end much sooner than expected.

“We just can’t play 60 minutes together as a football team,” defensive lineman Cheap Derek Wolfe Jersey said. “We’ll put a half together. This week we finally put three quarters together. Then in the fourth quarter, I don’t know if it’s because guys were getting worn down. There’s no excuse. We’ve got to play better football. You’ve got to tackle.”

The signature play of this game happened late in regulation, when wide receiver A.J. Brown barged his way into the end zone for a 14-yard touchdown play that gave Tennessee the lead for good. This wasn’t just a score by Brown. It was a statement.

After catching a short pass from Ryan Tannehill, four Ravens had a chance to tackle Brown – Cheap Chuck Clark Jersey, Cheap Marcus Peters Jersey, Cheap Marlon Humphrey Jersey and Cheap Patrick Queen Jersey. All of them failed. Brown is a powerful runner, but the Ravens will cringe watching replays of this run. Brown is a powerfully-built wide receiver, but he discarded the Ravens like the biggest kid at elementary school during recess, running through their attempted tackles and busting into the end zone standing up.

“You have to tackle better,” Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh said. “That’s the best run-after-contact team in the league. We did well early, but we didn’t finish strong enough.”

The Ravens knew this would be a tough matchup, trying to stop Henry with two of their best run stoppers, Cheap Calais Campbell Jersey and Cheap Brandon Williams Jersey, injured and out. For three quarters, Baltimore’s defense played well and contained Henry.

But the Ravens never put Tennessee away and they paid for it. Baltimore took a 21-10 lead with 9 ½ minutes left in the third quarter when Cheap Lamar Jackson Jersey found Cheap Mark Andrews Jersey for a 31-yard touchdown connection. Tennessee responded with a field goal, but the tide turned in the third quarter when Jackson threw a long pass that was intercepted by Amani Hooker at the Titans’ 9-yard line. Tennessee drove for another field goal to make the score 21-16, and the Ravens punted again.

That’s when the Titans began to dominate. They drove 90 yards on the touchdown drive that was capped by Brown steamrolling into the end zone. Even without Campbell and Williams, the Ravens expect more from themselves than to give up a 90-yard touchdown drive with the game on the line.

Tannehill ran into the end zone untouched for a two-point conversion to give Tennessee a 24-21 lead with 2:18 left in regulation, plenty of time for Jackson to lead a game-winning drive. It almost happened, with the Ravens reaching second-and-6 at Tennessee’s 10-yard line with 32 seconds left in regulation.

If the Ravens scored a touchdown in that spot, they still would have won, even after Brown’s demolition-ball touchdown. But the offense came up short again. Jackson’s pass intended for Cheap Willie Snead Jersey was incomplete, and then Jackson threw the ball away to avoid being sacked, leading to Cheap Justin Tucker Jersey field goal that forced overtime. For the third time in the game, the Ravens settled for a field goal and it came back to haunt them.

“We’ve got to finish drives with touchdowns,” Jackson said. “We just have to stop putting [Justin] Tucker out there; we have to punch it in.”

Jackson admitted the team was frustrated, and coming off a loss to the New England Patriots, this was not the response he expected.

“It looked like that team wanted it more than us,” Jackson said. “They were playing physical. When we went up, I felt like we just took our foot off the gas. But we just have to keep it going for the team.”

The Ravens don’t have long to get ready for the Steelers, who came-from-behind to beat the Ravens at home last month. That started the downward spin that has seen the Ravens lose three of their last four games. Asked about the team’s mindset, Jackson brought up his rookie season in 2018 when he became the starting quarterback when the Ravens were on a three-game losing streak. Baltimore won six of its next seven games to make the playoffs. That’s the kind of finish he wants this team to duplicate.

“We were in worse situations my rookie year, and we turned the season around,” Jackson said. “People were doubting us then. I feel like people want us to lose, but we just have to bounce back. We’re good. It’s going to be a rival game come Thursday, and we’ll turn up then.”

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NATHAN HURDLESTON FROM CLEVELAND, OH: When I was a little kid, Louis Lipps was my favorite player. I don’t even remember much about him, except a vague memory of a big kick return. What are a couple of Louis Lipps’ career highlights that might make me feel young again?
ANSWER: What I always will remember about Louis Lipps was how it began. He was the Steelers first-round pick in the 1984 NFL Draft, and during the 1983 season the Steelers’ primary weapons at wide receiver were Calvin Sweeney; John Stallworth, who was injured through much of the season; Gregg Garrity; and Paul Skansi. For that reason adding offensive weapons to the receiving corps was a priority in 1984, and Lipps was the first-round pick. In his first regular season game, Lipps showed immediately that he was worthy of being a No. 1 pick. While Steelers quarterbacks David Woodley and Mark Malone combined to complete 22-of-41 passes (53.7 percent), Stallworth and Lipps showed themselves to be a dynamic combination. Stallworth led with team with six catches for 167 yards and a touchdown, and Lipps caught six passes for 183 yards (30.5 average) and touchdowns of 80 and 21 yards. Lipps finished his rookie season with 45 catches, but he was a big-play machine by averaging 19.1 yards per reception to go along with nine receiving touchdowns, plus another touchdown as a punt returner. After he retired, I would run into Lipps occasionally because he has made Pittsburgh his full-time home, and we would talk about him being too late to play with Terry Bradshaw and too early to play with Ben Roethlisberger.

JAMES MAC PHERSON FROM BEACHWOOD, NJ: Let’s say the Steelers finish 13-3 and all of the other teams in the AFC finish with four or more losses. By losing to the Ravens on Thanksgiving, the season series with the Ravens would be tied, but the Steelers end up losing out in the tiebreaker with more losses to common opponents Thus, Baltimore wins the division, but we have best record in the AFC, thus deserving the bye. What would happen then?
ANSWER: If the Steelers finish 13-3, and the Ravens finish with more than three losses, the Steelers win the AFC North. It doesn’t go to division tiebreakers if the teams aren’t tied atop the division, and the way I know they wouldn’t be tied atop the division is because – by your own description – the Steelers have three losses and the Ravens have at least four. Might be time to quit researching tiebreakers and maybe crack a fourth-grade arithmetic book instead.

LARRY DOUGLAS FROM PITTSBURGH, PA: I’ve heard Coach Mike Tomlin and others talk about being comfortable with Mason Rudolph as Ben Roethlisberger’s backup. Of course we aren’t seeing what goes on behind closed doors. In your opinion is their decision for Rudolph to remain No. 2 a good one, or are they perhaps hoping for a Brett Favre/Aaron Rodgers relationship to evolve, or do you think within the next year or two we will see a high draft pick at the quarterback position?
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ANSWER: It’s a dead ball, a touchback, and the receiving team takes over on its 25-yard line.

NICHOLAS MOSES FROM SIMI VALLEY, CA: How much of the struggling run game do you believe is James Conner’s fault?
ANSWER: Every individual involved in the Steelers running game, and I do mean every individual, shares responsibility, but in watching the games – and I do not study video – I see more instances of problems getting the plays blocked than I see Cheap James Conner Jersey missing holes.

BRIAN GRIEDEL FROM EL CERRITO, CA: One question you answered recently was how far back from the line of scrimmage may the placekicker place the ball for an attempt. You answered “as far as he likes.” Follow-up question: is there much variation between NFL kickers on this distance or do most pretty much do the same thing?
ANSWER: Had I known there was this much interest in what I initially perceived to be a minor issue, I would’ve gone into more detail with my first answer. First of all, the decision about where to place the ball behind the line of scrimmage typically belongs to the coaching staff, and it’s usually set in the neighborhood of 7-8 yards behind the line of scrimmage. Where it’s ultimately placed has to do with the protection and not the strength of the kicker’s leg.

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ALAN FLEEGER FROM EDEN, UT: Speaking of the lack of a running game I am curious why we aren’t playing Anthony McFarland more? While attending the last two games I made it a point to select seats in the end zone because I wanted to watch the plays develop. It has been my observation that the offensive line creates the openings but our backs are too slow to hit the hole. Wouldn’t it make sense to let a faster/quicker back get some carries?
ANSWER: Let’s pretend you’re the coach. When you send Anthony McFarland into the game, are you only interested in running plays that call for a quick-hitting back to find a hole between the tackles? Because if you are, that won’t work for very long, because the opposing defense will adjust. If your idea is to have McFarland on the field for a full quarter or a full half, are you confident he can be a part of the pass protection? Because if he mis-reads a blitz or whiffs on a block and Ben Roethlisberger get hurt, then you, coach, would deserve to get fired. The idea is to win the game. Don’t forget that. I don’t disagree that there are some things McFarland might do well, maybe better than the guys ahead of him on the depth chart, but there is more to being a running back in the NFL than carrying the football. And on this team this season, the ability to block for the quarterback and understand blitzes to do that job is critical.

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As Bengals head coach Zac Taylor looked ahead to next Sunday’s game in Washington, he’s not sure if he’ll have running back Cheap Joe Mixon Jersey (foot) but he’s encouraged about the status of left tackle Cheap Jonah Williams Jersey (neck stinger) and defensive tackle Cheap Geno Atkins Jersey (personal reasons). He also said quarterback Cheap Joe Burrow Jersey (ankle) looks good to go into his 10th NFL start.

But if there’s one thing that is certain about the 2020 season it is the uncertainty spawned by the pandemic. Taylor had four assistant coaches missing from Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh because of Covid-related reasons and it’s unclear who’ll be out five days because of close contact and 10 days because of a positive test.

One thing for sure is that all meetings are virtual this week, which all coaches can attend, of course. But the three defensive assistants who were ruled out Sunday morning can’t be at practice until Friday at the earliest. It’s believed they rented separate cars and drove back to Cincinnati while the team flew back. It was announced on Friday that wide receivers coach Bob Bicknell couldn’t attend the game because of Covid reasons.

“We can’t have any in-person meetings anyway. It’s not all that different not being in the facility, they just can’t be at practice,” Taylor said Monday. “It’s important to have them at both (game and practice). Whether there are adjustments that need to be made during the game or communicate. Obviously, with practice they get more individual time where they get to focus on their guys at their position. We are not the only team to deal with that. We have a bunch of younger coaches too on that side of the ball that can step up and get an opportunity. It’s a great time to see them work as well.”

Strong safety Cheap Vonn Bell Jersey admitted in his Monday call, it’s just not the same.

“I said it months ago. We’re in a weird time. You never know how you can get the virus,” Bell said. “If there’s a close contact they track you with those tracers. You might be next to somebody for five minutes and they’ve got you as a close contact and you’re knocked out and it’s always a next man up mentality. It affects the whole group because we’re not getting that time together where we really break down how can we do this and get details in what we’re doing during the game because it’s all on Zoom. And you’re not getting enough reps sometimes.

“It’s crazy. You have to find a way. Nobody cares about that. I had an old coach say 90 percent of the world doesn’t care about your problems and 10 percent cares you’ve got them. We just have to figure out how to produce on Sunday and that’s the end of it. We just have to find a way.”

The Bengals did get one player back from the Covid list Monday in practice squad cornerback Brian Allen, who appeared to be a close contact.

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Taylor was pretty open about how he lines up this Sunday because he saw how it can change so quickly as late as Friday.

“It certainly has been that late. You don’t want it to go that late,” Taylor said. “You want to do it before you go practice on Wednesday so you can communicate to the guys and they can settle into their position, but that was late in the week we had to make some adjustments there. Hakeem and Quinton did a great job of handling it.”

Pro Football Focus agreed. Adeniji, who has yet to allow a sack, gave up his first QB hit to go with two hurries in a great effort against six-sack man Cheap Bud Dupree Jersey, a guy that also had 11 hits. Spain, making his 67th NFL start, made sure Cheap T.J. Watt Jersey didn’t go off. He did give up a sack, a hit and four pressures, but when you consider Watt and Dupree came in with 55 pressures and 13 sacks combined, well, that’s good enough to win. But Taylor is just waiting on health here and won’t say how they’ll line up next week.

“I thought overall those guys did a great job targeting and winning some one-on-ones and gave us a chance to be able to do the things we need to do to win the game,” Taylor said.

“We have to see where people are coming back. You get good plays from guys who are spot-starting there. Really if you look at thing in a nutshell and just watch each play those guys up front did a great job. We had some efficient runs. They really did a good job moving the line of scrimmage. They won a couple of downs against us. They do that, they’re a good defense. I thought pass protection really the only two hits in the first half were a third-and-12 sack where the play got extended a little longer than normal.”

And how about center Cheap Trey Hopkins Jersey taking turns on Stephen Tuitt and Cam Heyward and their combined eight sacks and 34 pressures? PFF had Hopkins allowing just two hurries.

PROTECTING JOE: Taylor has done a pretty good job hiding it, but he is none too pleased with the shots Burrow is taking. Particularly Dupree’s late shove into the Bengals sideline Sunday that ended up with Burrow rolling his plant ankle at the end of the half when he slammed into the bench after getting rid of the ball. After that throw, Burrow was six of 16 for 33 yards the rest of the way. Taylor says he thinks that wasn’t a factor. But he left no doubt he wanted a flag. Which could have made it 22-10 at the half.

“If there was a camera on me for the next eight minutes, you would have seen my reaction, going into halftime so that would have been very clear had someone been filming that,” said Taylor, who has talked about hoping the late hits on his quarterback are more monitored. “Probably falls into that category, and I’ll be very careful with my opinions.”

WIND-BLOWN: Taylor didn’t talk about the 20 mile-per-hour wind impacting Burrow’s passing, but he could have. In slightly less windy conditions two weeks ago at Paul Brown Stadium, Burrow carved the Titans. But special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons said it was quite a factor and this is a guy coaching his 23rd season of the NFL kicking game.

“Obviously the weather was a major factor,” Simmons said. “This is two games in a row for us that we’ve played in some bad, bad wind games. As windy as I can remember being. Pregame warmup was atrocious.”

But that wasn’t enough to let punt returner Cheap Alex Erickson Jersey off the hook for a fumble and some poor decisions to not catch the ball.

“I think he got a little bit unnerved, too, with the wind. It was a factor the whole game. It was a battle in pregame,” Simmons said. “Obviously when he fumbles the first one, then he gets spooked after that by misplaying another one. It’s like falling off a bike. When you fall off a bike you’re got to get right back on it.

“We can’t shy away from things. He’s got to trust in his ability to catch. He’s been reliable in the past for the most part and he’s got to rely on his judgment in situations like that and throughout the rest of the game. He’s just got to do that stuff better. He’s got to trust in himself more.”

Which means Erickson is keeping his job. He has to. Cheap Darius Phillips Jersey is on injured reserve and Cheap Tyler Boyd Jersey is their leading receiver and isn’t going back there.

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“We had the guy boxed in over there. We had one guy that got out-leveraged. Stanley was right there at the point of attack to try to make the play and fell down,” Simmons said. “And we had three other guys right there that should have boxed the play in. One guy jumps to the wrong leverage. It’s a standard thing for us that you always keep the ball inside and in front of you. You never let the ball get outside you. That’s just basic, basic leverage rules.”

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“I do not view it the same way. I think under most circumstances the officials usually error on the side of a late whistle,” Simmons said. “There are plays there I’ve heard no whistle before. That is the explanation we were given. They felt forward progress was stopped and the official blew the whistle. That’s what they called. There’s not really a whole lot of arguing that can be done about it. I can disagree with it. People can agree or disagree, I guess, but that is the explanation I was given the official blew the whistle to stop the play. I guess that’s what we got to go with. Disappointing, though, I can tell you that. We had the ball out and it was a clear recovery by Brandon Wilson.”