Twitter reacts to Titans’ 20-13 wild-card loss to Ravens

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This is not exactly how we drew it up; an exciting season has officially come to an end for the Tennessee Titans after a 20-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Nissan Stadium on Sunday.

The Titans pulled ahead initially with a 10-0 lead, but the Ravens soon got their feet under them after a rough start that saw Lamar Jackson throw an interception into the hands of Malcolm Butler.

The Ravens tied it up at 10-10 going into the half, and then proceeded to put up 10 points in the second half while also putting the clamps on the Titans’ offense, which mustered up just a field goal in the final two quarters.

It still came down to the final minutes, though, but Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill was intercepted on Tennessee’s final offensive drive when wide receiver Kalif Raymond fell down on the route.

The game was all but sealed at that point for the Ravens, who were able to get the first down they needed in order to run down the clock.

Here’s a look at what Twitter had to say about the game and the outcome: