The Numbers

Ravens 27 Titans 26

Ravens Gameday

November 13, 2006

Quarter by quarter

1 -- TITANS 12, RAVENS 7

Strong start by Tennessee

Tennessee took a quick 3-0 lead, but the Ravens responded with Mark Clayton's 65-yard touchdown catch. The Titans answered back, marching 64 yards on eight plays and wrapping up the series with a 2-yard touchdown run by quarterback Vince Young.

Scoring

Titans: FG Bironas 21, 11:09.

Ravens: Clayton 65 pass from McNair (Stover kick), 9:30.

Titans: Young 2 run (Bironas kick), 5:22.

Titans: Safety, McNair steps out of end zone, 1:00.

2 -- TITANS 26, RAVENS 17

Flip, penalty help Titans

Bo Scaife took an improvised flip from Young and scored from 13 yards. An offsides penalty on the Ravens' Chris McAlister wiped out a missed Titans field goal and led to a 1-yard scoring plunge by Travis Henry. The Ravens began their comeback by scoring 10 points in the last 4:51.

Scoring

Titans: Scaife 13 run (Bironas kick), 14:50.

Titans: Henry 1 run (Bironas kick), 9:51.

Ravens: Mughelli 30 pass from McNair (Stover kick), 4:51.

Ravens: FG Stover 27, :00.

3 -- TITANS 26, RAVENS 17

Plenty of action, no scoring

Neither team scored, but each had its chances. The Ravens' opening series of the half stalled when running back Jamal Lewis could not convert a third-and-one from Tennessee's 41. Later, a fumble by Mike Anderson at the Ravens' 36 was ruled down by contact, and a fake punt by Tennessee backfired when the ball was fumbled and ruled dead at the Titans' 37.

Scoring

None

4 -- RAVENS 27, TITANS 26

TD, blocked kick cap rallyThe Ravens continued their comeback with a 40-yard field goal by Matt Stover. Later, McNair found Derrick Mason alone in the back of the end zone for the go-ahead 11-yard touchdown pass. The Titans' final chance - Rob Bironas' 43-yard field-goal attempt with 43 seconds left - was blocked by defensive end Trevor Pryce.

Scoring

Ravens: FG Stover 40, 14:06.

Ravens: Mason 11 pass from McNair (Stover kick), 3:35.

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