The Numbers

Titans 25, Ravens 10

Ravens Gameday

September 19, 2005

SCORE: Titans lead 16-3

QUARTER -- Fourth, 12:01 remaining

SITUATION -- Ravens' ball, second-and-10 at their own 15-yard line

PLAY -- Faced with another long-yardage situation, the Ravens come out with three receivers, with Mark Clayton (89) lined up in the slot. Quarterback Anthony Wright (2) takes the shotgun snap and looks for Clayton on the quick slant. Linebacker Brad Kassell (55) makes the perfect read and steps in front of Wright's throw at the 21-yard line. Kassell is untouched until Wright trips him up at the 2 and Kassell falls into the end zone for the Titan's second touchdown.

AFTERMATH -- The Ravens score a meaningless touchdown on their next possession and now have 14 days to ponder their 0-2 start.


0- Ravens' first downs in first half

11 -- Possessions our of 14 that Ravens did not manage a first down.

14 -- Yards rushing by Ravens on 13 attempts (1.1 avg.)

26 -- Excluding two scoring drives, yards gained by the Ravens on other 12 possessions.

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