A week after being showered with praise for their 35=7 convincing victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Ravens can expect a heap of questions and criticism -- beginning with comments from former New England Patriots safety Rodney Harrison.
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Former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy said the offensive line wilted under the pressure of the Titans' 4-3 alignment.
"Their offensive line really got dominated," Dungy said. "They handled Pittsburgh, but up front, this was a different type of defense. Tennessee has athletic defensive linemen and they chased [quarterback] Joe Flacco around all day."