This game sets up as another in which the Titans should be riding Derrick Henry to victory, and I think offensive coordinator Arthur Smith does just that.
The Jags own the fourth-worst rush defense in the NFL this season, and while I don’t see him dropping 238 and four scores again in this contest, Henry will have another game north of 100 yards and will find the end zone at least once, as the Titans use him to control the clock and keep the Jags offense off the field.
Tennessee’s defense did a good job keeping the Jags offense in check last time, and as long as there are no Adoree’ Jackson-like mental errors on special teams, I don’t see the Jags putting a lot of points on the board in what will be a much-needed rebound game for a Titans defense that has struggled in its last two outings. The Titans will get the revenge they seek and continue to keep hold of their ability to control their own destiny in the AFC South.
Titans 27, Jaguars 17