Mike Vrabel Offers Simple Reaction To Ravens Stomping On Titans’ Logo

Is there a rivalry brewing in the AFC?


The Baltimore Ravens had the last laugh Sunday.

The No. 5 seed Ravens eliminated the fourth-seeded Tennessee Titans from the NFL playoffs with a 20-13 AFC Wild Card win. Baltimore will advance to play the top-seeded Chiefs or No. 2 Bills depending on the result of Sunday night’s Pittsburgh Steelers-Cleveland Browns game.

The contest at Nissan Stadium was made extra entertaining with some in-game pettiness. The Ravens celebrated a Marcus Peters’ crunch-time interception by stomping on the Titans’ midfield logo, which prompted a taunting penalty.

For reference, the display likely was in response to Tennessee players gathering on the Ravens’ logo earlier this season. At the time, that incident sparked a pregame altercation involving both Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh and Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel.

Anyway, Vrabel was asked about the Ravens’ celebration after his team’s season-ending loss. He offered a pretty simple response.

“I coach the Titans, not the Ravens,” Vrabel told reporters, per ESPN’s Dianna Russini.

It seems there’s a rivalry brewing between two of the up-and-coming teams in the AFC, and we’re here for it.

Thumbnail photo via George Walker/The Tennessean via USA TODAY Sports Images

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