Quick Take: Final drive keeps Titans unbeaten

It was over when ...
Ravens QB Joe Flacco threw his second interception while trying to lead Baltimore on a game-tying drive with under two minutes left in the game.

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After struggling for much of the game, Kerry Collins led the Titans on an 80-yard, 11-play drive in the fourth quarter that resulted in a touchdown and the Titans' first lead. Collins finished 17-of-32 for 163 yards, 11 yards shy of overtaking Jim Kelly for 14th place on the all-time passing yards list.

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The Ravens were penalized 11 times for 91 yards while the Titans were flagged 10 times for 78 yards. But the Ravens' penalties on Tennessee's final possession, including a costly roughing-the-passer infraction, kept the Titans' winning drive alive.

The Titans have won eight straight dating to last season and are 5-0 for the first time. ... The Ravens have gone 23 straight games without allowing a 100-yard rusher, the longest active streak in NFL. ... Ravens CB Fabian Washington, who started in place of the injured Samari Rolle, was also injured in the third quarter.

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