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Jaguars bounce back to win much needed AFC South showdown with Titans 34-14

Comments in the locker room were very positive following a loss for the Jaguars against the 49ers last week.  The talk in Jacksonville this week was all about staying the course and believing in the offense.  Quarterback Trevor Lawrence did not seem to have doubts about the offense this week in practice and it was very noticeable in the game against the Titans.  Jacksonville’s offense exploded for 389 total yards including 128 rushing yards and converting 3 of 4 fourth-down conversions. 

Lawrence had arguably his best game of the season with a quarterback rating of 119.5 passing for 24 of 32 completions and 2 touchdowns, his main target was wide-out Calvin Ridley that exploded for 7 receptions for 103 yards and the 2 touchdowns from Lawrence.  The Jaguars held the Titans to 14 points and forced two fumbles.  Tennessee’s running game was non-existent being held under 100 total rushing yards that put a lot of pressure on rookie quarterback Will Levis. 

Levis did show flashes of brilliance by not turning the ball over and completing 13 of 17 passes for 158 yards and 2 touchdowns, but it wasn’t enough as the Titans now extended their losing streak to 3 games.  Jacksonville remains in first place in the AFC South with a 7-3 record and will head to Houston for an intriguing matchup against the ascending Texans and rookie QB sensation, C.J. Stroud.  The Titans look to get their 4th win of the season hosting the Panthers next Sunday.  

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