Tennessee Titans coach, Mike Vrabel, and Baltimore Ravens coach, John Harbaugh, are mortal enemies.
Well, not quite. However recently the two have been at the forefront of some heated arguments and passive-aggressive comments.
Mike Vrabel and Harbaugh are Feuding
Most recently Vrabel got asked if he could beat up Harbaugh in a little one-on-one fight.
He responded, “If me fighting coaches was gonna make a difference in us winning, I would fight ’em all,” according to Sports Illustrated.
Before trying to fight other coaches, Vrabel was a linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots, and Kansas City Chiefs.
The Tennessee Titans are currently first in the AFC South. They have 11 wins and five losses. The Baltimore Ravens are at No. 2 for the AFC North division right below the Steelers. They have the same number of wins and losses as the Titans.
The match-up is relatively even, so maybe he should resort to fighting some coaches. The tension will come to a peak this afternoon as the two teams face-off in the first round of the playoffs.
According to Titans Wire, the last conflict started in November when the Titans and Ravens were playing against each other. The Titans often congregate at midfield before the game. Since the Ravens were at home, the Titans were standing over the team’s logo.
After noticing this Harbaugh started unleashing on Titan’s players creating an all-out screaming match.
As any good coach would do, Vrabel joined in and started having a heated conversation with the head coach. It turns out Harbaugh felt the team’s actions were “disrespectful.”
2021 Super Bowl
The Titans won the game and Vrabel quickly dismissed the complaint’s Harbaugh addressed.
Overall, the Titans are fourth and the Ravens are fifth in the AFC rankings.
According to USA Today, the Titans have an implied win probability of 3.85%. The Kansas City Chiefs have a probability of 29.41%. However, football can be widely unpredictable and any underdog can come out to win in the 2021 Super Bowl.
It’s a betting game at this point.