NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Coming off a bye week the Titans picked up their third straight win, beating the Ravens 23-20 Sunday at Nissan Stadium.
Marcus Mariota threw for 218 yards and two touchdowns as the Titans moved to 5-3 remaining on top of the AFC South Standings.
Kevin Byard added two more interceptions bringing his season total to six now leading the NFL.
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After Byard’s first interception the Titans capitalized when Marcus Mariota hit Rishard Matthews for a 16 yard touchdown to give the Titans a 10-7 lead.
After heading into halftime with a 10 point lead, Mariota overcame a fourth quarter interception to lead the Titans on the knockout drive late.
Mariota connected with Eric Decker for an 11 yard touchdown that put the Titans up 23-13 with under four minutes remaining in the game. It was Decker’s first touchdown catch as a Titan.
Corey Davis returned to action for the first time since week two, catching two passes for 28 yards.
The Titans have now won three straight games and look for a fourth next week against the Cincinnati Bengals at Nissan Stadium.