Good post.I think the decision to go for the first down in their own territory was a poor decision. Tennessee got the momentum and never looked back after stopping the Ravens and going up 14-0.
I do disagree that Tennessee is not a good team. They man handled the Ravens defensive front seven. More importantly, I have never seen Jackson so frustrated. They did a good job of containing him. Besides, they beat the # 3 and #1 playoff seeds on consecutive weeks. Both road wins. I would not be shocked if they beat KC or Houston next week.
I just think the Titans line most often beat the Ravens line on both sides of the ball. The Ravens have had enough success on fourth down that there was reason to go for it IMO. Was it Mekari getting blown up, or was it a group fail? The purple seldom got their way in the pits, couldn't convert fourth downs, couldn't create running space or provide consistent protection for Jackson (turnovers were the dagger), and couldn't contain Henry or pressure Tannehill on the other side.
To me the Ravens are in good shape for 2020 at skill positions, but they need to build up the middle: interior OL, pass rush, LB.