The Jaguars (2-4) will be in primetime on Thursday night when they travel to Tennessee to face the Titans (3-4). Jacksonville is coming off a rough loss to the Oakland Raiders, while the Tennessee Titans suffered a Week 7 defeat to the Indianapolis Colts.
Both teams are still in the AFC South hunt and will hope to make some progress in the struggling division race in front of a national audience.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans
Nissan Field, Nashville, Tennessee
October 27, Sunday, 8 p.m. EST
Radio Information: 1010 AM, 92.5 FM or Sirius 83 (Internet 814)
TV: NFL Network
Who to Follow
First Coast News - @FCN2go
Mike Kaye - Jaguars Beat Writer - @Mike_E_Kaye
Chris Porter - FCN Sports Director - @ChrisPorterFCN
Alyssa Lang - FCN Sports Anchor - @AlyssaLang
Brian Chojnacki - FCN Sports Anchor - @BroadcastingBri
Tim Bee - FCN Sports Team Member - @TimBeeSports
The Tennessee Titans own a 24-19 record over the Jacksonville Jaguars in their all-time series. The Titans and Jaguars split their meetings last season, with the Titans securing a 42-39 win in their last matchup. The rivalry dates back to when the Titans were the Houston Oilers. Before the Titans moved to Tennessee, the rivalry was tied at 2-2.
Questionable: DE Jared Odrick (quad), TE Julius Thomas (ankle)
OUT: CB Perrish Cox (concussion), S Rashad Johnson (neck), G Quinton Spain (knee)
Questionable: WR Tajae Sharpe (knee), LB Kevin Dodd (foot)
Did you know?
- The only time the Titans and the Jaguars have met in the playoffs, Tennessee won 33-14 on January 23, 2000.
- Titans head coach Mike Mularkey spent one season as Jaguars head coach. His record was 2-14.
- The Titans have no former Jaguars players on their active roster. The Jaguars have defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks, who played for the Titans from 2009-2012.
- Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis has caught 67 receptions for 574 receiving yards and three touchdowns in 18 games against the Titans.