VIDEO: John Harbaugh Snubs Mike Vrabel Postgame Handshake

Before the Ravens and Titans played today, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh jawed with Titans defensive back Malcolm Butler. After the game, Harbaugh rebuffed Titans head coach Mike Vrabel’s postgame handshake:


At one point, the Ravens led 21-10, but the Titans both moved the ball and almost completely shut down the Ravens in the second half. They then took a 30-24 victory in overtime on a Derrick Henry touchdown run. The Baltimore defense got gassed.


Written by Ryan Glasspiegel

Ryan Glasspiegel grew up in Connecticut, graduated from University of Wisconsin-Madison, and lives in Chicago. Before OutKick, he wrote for Sports Illustrated and The Big Lead. He enjoys expensive bourbon and cheap beer.


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  1. It’s a Passing league league and he won MVP averaging 200 yards a game. At 15-1 it was deserved, but teams review tape and figure out how to make a runner pass more. Jackson isn’t an elite passer and used to winning with his arm. He’s a good player and could win a SB with a good D like Eli Manning did twice but Jackson isn’t a top 5 QB to build around. And as he ages or if he gets hurt, he will be less of a running threat and forces to win with his arm

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