2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
14-2, 1st in AFC North
Jackson vows to improve in every category in 2020 (1:53)
7h
Lamar Jackson throws passes to Drew Brees' son (0:24)
9h

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Ingram just scored a touchdown during AFC Pro Bowl practice and leaped over a barricade to celebrate with fans.

Jackson: I'd be scared if I had to play myself (0:25)
1d
AP Photo/John Raoux
1dJamison Hensley

Likely MVP Jackson looks to improve as passer

Lamar Jackson is the favorite to become the NFL's MVP this season, but after his first Pro Bowl practice he said he needs to improve on "everything" as a passer for next season.

Which teams are due for a regression in 2020? (1:47)
2d
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19h

Stories behind every Super Bowl ring

They're big and small. They've been lost while surfing in Hawaii and dancing at Studio 54. They've been found in taxis and hotel nightstands. Each ring, and its wearer, has a unique story to tell.

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5dJamison Hensley

Titans DL Simmons not fined in spitting inquiry

Tennessee Titans defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons dodged a $14,037 fine for unsportsmanlike conduct when the NFL found no visual evidence of him spitting on Baltimore Ravens guard Marshal Yanda.

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6dJamison Hensley

Harbaugh defends Jackson's playoff failure

Ravens coach John Harbaugh defended quarterback Lamar Jackson following the team's 28-12 divisional playoff loss to the Titans, noting he's younger than Heisman winner Joe Burrow.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons didn't deny he spit on Ravens guard Marshal Yanda when asked by PaulKuharsky.com. "I know what I did and what I didn't do," Simmons said. "Today is Wednesday. My focus is on the Chiefs now. What I did do in this past game and what I didn't do this last game isn't going to help us win this week."

'I Don't Give a Damn' with Domonique Foxworth: Divisional weekend (9:11)
10d
Stephen A.: Lamar wasn't perfect, but he wasn't to blame (2:07)
10d

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Ravens blitzed on 82% of the Titans' dropbacks on Saturday. That's the highest blitz rate in any game — regular season or playoffs — since the Cardinals against the 49ers in October of 2013.

Team Stats

Passing Yards201.627th
Rushing Yards206.01st
Points For33.11st
Points Against17.6