RAVENS PASS OFFENSE VS. TITANS PASS DEFENSE: Tennessee's pass defense was miserable last season, allowing 269 yards per game, 29th in the NFL. It certainly won't help that its top pass rusher, Jason Babin, who had 12.5 sacks last year, departed for the Philadelphia Eagles in free agency. The Titans, with agitator Cortland Finnegan and Jason McCourty starting at cornerback, allowed only 160 yards passing last week, but that was to Jaguars journeyman quarterback Luke McCown. Well protected by the offensive line, Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco played one of his best games as a pro last week, passing for 224 yards and three touchdowns. Tight ends Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta were big factors, as was Anquan Boldin. Lee Evans was shut out last week, but he has given Tennessee trouble in the past, scoring three touchdowns in two games against them. Assuming Flacco keeps getting time, there should be opportunities for the Ravens to make more big plays in the passing game.