Titans vs. Jaguars, Week 12: Jacksonville finally gets another win

Scott Cunningham

SB Nation's Jacksonville Jaguars, Big Cat Country, reacts to the team's victory on Sunday that snapped a seven game losing streak.

The Jacksonville Jaguars have not been competitive in many games this year, but the team was able to get a 24-19 home win on Sunday over the Tennessee Titans, giving the Jaguars their second win of the season while also snapping a prolonged seven-game losing streak.

While the Jaguars are not headed to the playoffs this year, Adam Stites of SB Nation's Jacksonville Jaguars blog, Big Cat Country, is just glad to see a win that displays competence in several aspects of the game.

Although the win isn't going to propel the Jaguars into contention for anything, the team showed competence in several aspects of the game and it's always nice to dish a crushing blow to the Titans.

That may include the quarterback position where Chad Henne, not Blaine Gabbert, threw for more than 260 yards and two touchdowns, but also tossed an interception.

Now 2-9 on the season, the Jaguars will hit the road and travel up north to Buffalo and prepare for their meeting against the 4-7 Buffalo Bills, who are coming off of a loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.

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