J.K. Dobbins on Ravens' logo stomping vs. Titans: 'They got what they deserved'

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Dobbins on Titans logo stomping: 'They got what they deserved' originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

After intercepting Ryan Tannehill late in the fourth quarter to seal Baltimore's Wild Card playoff victory over Tennessee this past month, cornerback Marcus Peters immediately sprinted to midfield. There, he was joined by several of his teammates, as they all proceeded to dance and stomp on the Titans' logo.

The act was several weeks in the making, as several Titans players did something similar to the Ravens' logo pregame when the two teams met during the regular season in November.

Ravens running back J.K. Dobbins was not part of Baltimore's logo-stomping crew, but the running back defended his teammates that did partake in it.

"We didn't like what they did. That was disrespectful," Dobbins said on the Pat McAfee Show Thursday, referencing when the Titans danced on Baltimore's logo in November.

"They got what they deserved, I believe."

Looking back on the moment, Dobbins found it hilarious how every Ravens player was doing something different on the logo to celebrate.

"If you watched the videos, it's so funny," Dobbins said. "Everybody is doing something different on the logo. It was like the funniest stuff ever."

The Titans ultimately got the last laugh, as Baltimore was eliminated by Buffalo the following week. Once that game went final, Tennessee linebacker Will Compton posted a picture of the Ravens' logo-stomping, yet with the Crying Jordan meme photoshopped on each player's face.

Between the pettiness from both sides, Baltimore and Tennessee are quickly building one of the best non-divisional rivalries in the NFL. Unfortunately, the two teams won't play one another in 2021, unless they meet in the playoffs once again.