Jacksonville Jaguars: 4 Titans on offense to keep an eye on
The Jacksonville Jaguars must contain the Titans’ passing offense.
The Titans probably expected more from Corey Davis when they drafted him with the fifth overall pick in 2017, and even though he isn’t in the top echelon of NFL wide receivers, the West Michigan product has been a solid contributor during his four-year tenure with the team.
This season, he’s on pace to surpass the career-high of 891 receiving yards he had in his rookie campaign. So far, he’s hauled in 53 receptions for 801 yards and four touchdowns. With sophomore wide receiver A.J. Brown listed as probable ahead of the game, Davis may get targeted more than usual.
Jaguars fans may recall Jonnu Smith scored two receiving touchdowns when these two teams met in Week 2. The fourth-year tight end has established himself as a key cog in the Titans’ offense and second in the team in receiving touchdowns with seven.
Smith is in the final year of his rookie year and should have plenty of incentives to have a great game (and stat line) in Week 14. The Jaguars will have to find a way to contain the tight end without overlooking Tennesse’s running offense.