Jaguars find home is finally friendly
JACKSONVILLE — Starting for injured QB Blaine Gabbert, Chad Henne threw two touchdown passes to spark the NFL's worst offense and the Jaguars snapped a seven-game skid. Jacksonville played well at home for the first time, having been outscored 153-44 in five losses at EverBank Field. "It's good to have something good happen, really good," coach Mike Mularkey said. "They needed that. A lot of people needed that. It was well earned."
The Titans had the ball inside Jacksonville's 25-yard line six times and came away with one touchdown. That was the difference on a day when the Titans had seven sacks, an interception and plenty of chances to change the outcome.
"We got down to the red zone so many times, and we weren't able to capitalize," Tennessee running back Chris Johnson said. "We were always coming out with a field goal. Any time you have to do that, that's not very good."