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Ravens vs. Titans Pre-Week 1: Everything to Watch For

One starter you’re really going to see on Thursday evening is rookie punter Jordan Stout. Stout is replacing Sam Koch which it once got fans excited about punting situations.

In practice the offense goes much easier with Lamar Jackson under center than Tyler Huntley. With Huntley’s debut, and mostly young and unproven players, the offense may not get a smidge. You may see a receiver making some plays on the roster bubble, but the passing game may struggle, creating a showcase for Stout.

In practice, Stout has lived up to the high hopes of being selected in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft. He has shown the power of his emerging legs. If there’s one thing I’m sure about going into the season it’s that Stout can flip field positions. The hanging time on some of his punts has been impressive. That part is visible. In a very influential rookie class, he may be most quietly prepared to do his job at a higher level.

Tennessee Titans last match against Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens haven’t lost a preseason game since 2015, and their 20-game winning streak is the longest in NFL history in Thursday night’s home opener against the Tennessee Titans. Baltimore surpassed the previous record of 19 consecutive presidential wins last season, a mark set by the Vince Lombardi-coached Green Bay Packers (1959–62).

His historic preseason winning streak is not something Raven lives up to and his focus remains on preparing for the regular season. However, competing at a high level every day is part of the Ravens’ culture, a mindset that has contributed to their preseason success.

“I feel like we haven’t lost a game in preseason since I moved here in 2017,” said Pro Bowl fullback Patrick Ricard. “So, it’s been five-plus years – and I hope we continue.

“I don’t even want to talk about it, because I don’t want anything to happen. I think it’s a really good streak. I think it just proves the depth we have here, the type of scouting and the draft.” Does that have a front office. It just shows that we’re always a ready team when it comes to the season.”

The Tennessee Titans have more at stake tonight than just winning in the preseason opener game against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Titans will seek to end the Baltimore Ravens’ presidential winning streak. According to ESPN insider Adam Schefter, the Ravens currently have the most preseason winning streak in the league at 20 games, the longest preseason win in the league since the Green Bay Packers’ 19-game win streak from 1959–1962. has a streak.

On the other hand, the Titans’ precision record is not that clean. The Titans have a 4-11 record in pre-season games over the past four seasons. Tennessee is scheduled for three preseason games this year — in Baltimore and home games against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Arizona Cardinals. A perfect record could turn some heads ahead of the 2022-23 season.

In addition to defeating the Ravens in the preseason opener, the Titans will reportedly start rookie quarterback Malik Willis and should also give Baltimore first-round draft pick Treylon Burks some reps.

Beginning in organized team activities in July, Burks suffered some asthma and conditioning issues, which stunted his performance in the off-season schedule. However, Burke is reportedly feeling “very healthy” and has had the opportunity to debut as a top receiver before the start of the regular season.

Wide Receivers to Watch

Jaylon Moore:

Currently, Moore is my number 4 receiver. I have been more impressed than anyone else than Bateman, Proche and Devin DuVernay. He has made frequent plays in practice against good competition.

tylon Wallace:

It’s time to get Wallace back in the conversation. He had a tough training camp and needed to make plays. He took some good catches in practice but no big game has been made by Wallace so far. Scoring a touchdown or a big chain-moving third down play can cancel most of that.

bingeman victor:

I think Victor is a strong contender for the No.5 spot. It’s not safe, but he looks good in the camp and has made a good grip. No doubt the coaching staff needs to see more from him, though.

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