No. 4 Titan the Jacksonville Jaguars must worry about – Julio Jones
The Titans weren’t afraid to shoot for the moon in the offseason and traded for wide receiver Julio Jones earlier this year. Although the All-Pro nod has been dealing with a hamstring injury, things could quickly take a turn.
Tennessee is expected to have Jones back against the Jaguars. On the bright side, Jacksonville is going to have reinforcements of their own, and cornerback Shaquill Griffin is set to play Sunday. The Titans are coming off a two-game losing streak and the Jags are the kind of opponent that could help them return to the win column. If Urban Meyer’s team wants to avoid that, they will need to stop Jones, along with fellow wide receiver A.J. Brown.
No. 5 Titan the Jacksonville Jaguars must worry about – Ryan Tannehill
Ryan Tannehill has struggled in the Titans’ two last games but was efficient against the Jaguars in Week 5, completing 63 percent of his passes for 197 yards and one touchdown. Tennesse ended up winning 37-19.
If the Jags want to change the outcome of the game in Week 14, they will need to do a better job of pressuring Tannehill. They also need to make a few big plays. That’s how they earned their only two wins this season. As Meyer said, the team must take focus on the next five weeks, not the ones before, and beating the Titans would provide a breath of fresh air in Duval.