Baltimore Ravens vs Tennessee Titans: Scouting the Enemy

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Oct 5, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans safety Michael Griffin (33) intercepts a pass intended for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins (16) during the second half at LP Field. The Browns beat the Titans 29-28. Mandatory Credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Secondary (Key Players: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Jason McCourty, George Wilson, Michael Griffin, Marqueston Huff)

Michael Griffin is the most productive player in a struggling secondary. The speedy safety leads the team in tackles and interceptions, and he also has three sacks. He can, however, be victimized in the deep passing game, as he has surrendered three touchdowns this year per PFF.

George Wilson is a steadier, less flashy safety. He doesn’t make many mistakes, nor does he make many impact plays, with just one interception and one tackle for a loss.

At cornerback, the Titans can be picked on between Blidi Wreh-Wilson and Jason McCourty. Wreh-Wilson is a second-year player with great size and athleticism. He has been penalized quite a bit, though, with eight penalties on the year. McCourty, meanwhile, has picked off two passes on the year. Per PFF, McCourty has given up the most coverage yardage in the league with 615 yards allowed into his coverage, but he rarely gets beat for big plays, having given up no touchdowns.

Opposing quarterbacks have managed a rating of 90.2 against the Titans, so expect at least a decent day from Joe Flacco at home.