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!(WATCH@FREE)! Titans vs Ravens LIVE Free Broadcast ON Tv Channel 15.10.2023


The Baltimore Ravens, led by quarterback Lamar Jackson, meet the Tennessee Titans, led by quarterback Ryan Tannehill, in a regular season game on Sunday, Oct. 15, 2023 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London. What channel is the Ravens game today (10/15/23)? FREE LIVE STREAM, Time, TV, Channel for NFL Week 6 vs. Titans


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The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans hope a change can do them good in the NFL’s final game in London this season when they face off on Sunday, Oct. 15. The game will be live streamed on fuboTV (free trial).


The Ravens flew over Monday, eager to put a 17-10 loss at Pittsburgh behind them quickly and adapt to the time change. They’ve dissected the issues that have Baltimore (3-2) second in the AFC North instead of atop the division.


The Titans (2-3) are 0-3 on the road after a 23-16 loss at Indianapolis and technically are the home team Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Their biggest issue is scoring more touchdowns than field goals, and fixing that against one of the NFL’s stingiest defenses won’t be easy.


Tennessee then returns home for its bye. With the Titans sitting at the bottom of the AFC South, they might be the more desperate team. Derrick Henry said returning home 3-3 will be much better than a second straight loss.


Here’s what you need to know:


What: NFL, Week 6


Who: Baltimore Ravens vs. Tennessee Titans


When: Sunday, Oct. 15, 2023


Where: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London


Time: 9:30 a.m.


TV: NFL Network


The Baltimore Ravens and Tennessee Titans hope a change can do them good in the NFL’s final game in London this season.


The Ravens flew over Monday, eager to put a 17-10 loss at Pittsburgh behind them quickly and adapt to the time change. They’ve dissected the issues that have Baltimore (3-2) second in the AFC North instead of atop the division.


“We should be 5-0, I believe,” Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson said. “We just have to put up the points on the board (and) protect the ball. ... Every week, we’ve now had a turnover, whether it’s me or somebody else.”


The Titans (2-3) are 0-3 on the road after a 23-16 loss at Indianapolis and technically are the home team Sunday at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Their biggest issue is scoring more touchdowns than field goals, and fixing that against one of the NFL’s stingiest defenses won’t be easy.


Tennessee then returns home for its bye. With the Titans sitting at the bottom of the AFC South, they might be the more desperate team. Derrick Henry said returning home 3-3 will be much better than a second straight loss.


Henry won the 2015 Heisman Trophy playing at Alabama, while Jackson won a year later at Louisville. They’ve split the four games they’ve played against each other in the NFL with each winning once in the regular season and once in the playoffs.


The three-time Pro Bowl running back currently ranks third among all Heisman winners with 80 career rushing TDs and eighth with 8,663 yards rushing. Jackson, the 2019 AP NFL MVP, trails only Cam Newton among Heisman-winning quarterbacks with 4,702 yards rushing and 28 TDs.


Jackson currently has as many rushing TDs (four) as the Titans combined. Henry has 285 yards rushing compared to Jackson (265), though the Ravens quarterback has a much better average per rush.


The Titans have been the NFL’s best defense against the run since the start of the 2021 season and wound up gashed in their loss to the Colts. They gave up 193 yards rushing, including 165 to Zack Moss to snap a pair of streaks.


The Ravens could easily be undefeated, but a mistake in managing the clock hurt them in an overtime loss to Indianapolis, and then turnovers and those drops cost them at Pittsburgh last weekend.


This is the second game in London for both the Ravens and the Titans, with each looking for their first win there. The Ravens got to enjoy a bit of being tourists along with the chance for team bonding.


The Titans stayed in Tennessee until Thursday afternoon before flying to London, preferring the comforts of home at the team facility. They ruled out starting wide receiver Treylon Burks, who will miss his third straight game with an injured left knee.


The Ravens fell 17-10 to the Pittsburgh Steelers last week, failing to cover as 4.5-point favorites. Up 10-3 headed into the 4th quarter, Baltimore gave up 14 points unanswered to lose the lead and game. A handful of dropped passes, including 2 potential touchdowns and 3 turnovers, including 2 in the final quarter, ended up ultimately costing the Ravens.


This is the last London for the NFL this season as the Titans and Ravens both look to get back into the playoff push. The Ravens are coming off another close loss as they set at 3-2 and will be looking to bounce back from a rough showing in England last time around.

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