3 things to watch in the Titans vs Jaguars Week 14 matchup
3. How do the Titans bounce back from a loss?
In Week 13 the Titans suffered a tough defeat at the hands of the surging Cleveland Browns.
The final score was 41-35, but it really didn’t feel like a close game. The Titans were thoroughly outplayed in the first half, and the Browns’ lead at the half felt insurmountable.
However, this Titans team proved they are not the Titans of old. The old Titans team, being down 38-7 at the half, would have rolled over and accepted defeat and fans would have quickly made their way to the exits halfway through the third quarter.
This Titans team did the exact opposite: the Titans outscored the Browns 28-3 in the second half and made the game interesting near the end.
Tennessee still ended up with the loss, but the end result was promising. It just goes to show that this team does not quit under any circumstances. So anybody worried about the team coming out flat in Week 14 coming off a loss? I wouldn’t be. The team knows what’s at stake, and I fully expect them to jump out early against a bad Jacksonville team.