by Inside the Redzone staff – Bill Seng
This could be Jack Del Rio’s last stand. The last time he cut his starting quarterback right before the season, it worked out, but not this time. It’s a rebuilding season for the Jaguars, while the Titans bring the same offensive team from last year, plus the veteran Hasselbeck.
Titans Projected Passing, Receiving, and Rushing Touchdowns
Matt Hasselbeck has a few weapons to work with. He’s got tall targets in Kenny Britt and Jared Cook. They both catch a touchdown pass. Chris Johnson had one hundred yard game against the Jaguars last year. Think he starts off a little slower this time around with his first game back. Johnson will find the end zone for one score.
Jaguars Projected Passing, Receiving, and Rushing Touchdowns
With the Titans stacked up against the run, Luke McCown, has to make some plays. The Titans are prone to giving up big plays through the air, but the Jaguars have nothing to scare them with. Maurice Jones-Drew has had great individual games against the Titans defense. He’ll carry the load for the Jags and pick-up his first score too, but that will be the only one in this lopsided match-up.