That drive was all Henry. Before throwing the touchdown, he picked up 78 yards rushing, including 66 yards on one lung-busting run. After being held in check in the first half, Henry now has 134 rushing yards.
And then, on Baltimore’s first play after going down 15 points, Lamar Jackson held onto the ball for too long and fumbled. Tennessee has the ball and needs just 20 yards to start turning this game into a rout.
Baltimore’s offensive players are dropping like flies.
If Lamar Jackson is to lead a comeback for the Ravens, he may have to do it by himself.
Baltimore’s leading rusher, Mark Ingram, has been on the sideline icing his left calf and working it with a massager. He first injured the calf last month.
Tight end Mark Andrews, the team’s leading receiver, has played very little with just two catches for 28 yards, and is presumably hobbled by his ankle. He was listed as questionable on the injury report this week.
And finally, tight end Nick Boyle seemed to injure his left ankle early during the second half. He has yet to reappear in the game.
Here’s what we learned in the first half.
The Tennessee defensive line held firm against Baltimore’s running attack, limiting the Ravens to just 61 yards on 16 carries, an average of 3.8 yards per carry that is well below what Baltimore achieved during the regular season. Mark Ingram, Baltimore’s starting running back, seemed to reinjure his calf, and was seen on the sideline with ice wrapped around his left leg.
Tennessee’s bend-don’t-break secondary worked, giving up several big throws down field but preventing the Ravens from scoring any touchdowns. Derrick Henry, who led the N.F.L. in rushing this season, uncorked one 27-yard run for the Titans but was otherwise contained. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill was not, however, and let fly two long touchdown throws.