In the regular-season matchup between Baltimore and Tennessee in November, a pregame dustup occurred when Titans players gathered on the Ravens' midfield logo. The event included a heated exchange between coaches John Harbaugh and Mike Vrabel.
Baltimore players didn't forget the disrespect.
Following a late fourth-quarter interception by cornerback Marcus Peters, a flock of Ravens defenders danced on the Titans' logo, celebrating a game-icing turnover.
"I was just following my teammates. I had no idea that was happening," Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell told NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. "I didn't know it was happening until I got there. But at the end of the day, respect is earned. Respect is earned."
The Ravens were penalized 15 yards for taunting.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel told reporters after the game he didn't have any extended thoughts on the Ravens' celebration.
"Nope. I coach the Titans, not the Ravens," Vrabel said.
Jackson, who led his team off the field before the clock expired, was not shy about making it known there's no love lost after November's antics.
"We didn't see what went on before the game the last time we played those guys and they were standing on our logo and they were getting into it with our coach," he said, per Penn Live. "That was just disrespectful, because, you know, we treat all of our other opponents with respect, and it wasn't no reason for us to shake hands and stuff like that. We could be the bigger guys, so we just walked off the field."
After back-to-back losses to Tennessee, including last year's playoff failure, Ravens players were clearly frustrated. The mid-field dance celebrated not only thwarting a now heated opponent but marked the club's first postseason victory with Jackson under center.