Which Titans were the key to beating Jacksonville?
This past Sunday, the Titans played a divisional foe for the second time this season and came away with a big win.
The Jaguars have not been very good this year, as they have not won a game since week one against the Indianapolis Colts. With a now 1-12 record, the Jacksonville Jaguars are still in the “Trevor Lawrence” sweepstakes. Which would make sense when you watch their quarterback play in this game.
Mike Glennon started the game for Jacksonville and led the team to a field goal in his time on the field but was shortly replaced by Gardner Minshew. The second-year quarterback eventually led the Jaguars to a touchdown in the third quarter but would be overshadowed by the Titan’s 31-10 lead.
This win by the Titans had a few things we don’t usually see from Tennessee unless it’s a dominant win, much like this one.
While the King’s running game was automatic, it also set up the play-action pass game. While it is easy to focus on how the Titans passing game and running game feed off of each other, let’s not forget about how well the defense played today, which is a phrase that has not been said about the Titans very often this season.
With that being said, there were some vital performances in this game by some key players.