WATCH: Coming off win over Patriots, Wesley Woodyard has a message for the BBN

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NFL: Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans
<small>Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports</small>
[caption id="attachment_232926" align="alignnone" width="3942"] Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports[/caption] Fresh off a Wild Card victory over Tom Brady and the New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard had a message for none other than the Big Blue Nation. Back at the Titans facility training for an upcoming matchup against Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens, the former Kentucky linebacker gave a shoutout to the Kentucky football program and the fan base for a successful 2019 season and thanked everyone for their support of the Titans during their ongoing Playoff run. "Yeah, Big Blue Nation, what's up? It's your boy Wesley Woodyard," the former Wildcat said. "I'm here at the Titans facility, ready to Titan Up versus the Ravens. But most importantly, I wanted to come and tell the Big Blue Nation thanks and congratulations on a heck of a year. But we've got plenty more to do [in Lexington]. Hey, On, On, UofK. We've been right for the fight today, baby. Let's go!" Check out the entire message below: https://twitter.com/UKFootball/status/1214277208501473280?s=20 In 15 games this season for the Titans, Woodyard has managed 41 total tackles (24 solo), three tackles for loss, two QB hits, one forced fumble, and one pass deflection. The 33-year old former Wildcat is in his 12th season with the Titans. At Kentucky, Woodyard played three seasons (2005-07), racking up 360 total tackles (227 solo), 24.5 tackles for loss, six sacks, three forced fumbles, and two interceptions. The Titans will take on the Ravens on Saturday at 8:15 p.m. ET on CBS with a spot in the AFC Championship Game on the line. #TitanUp

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