Jaguars vs. Titans: Fantasy football projections Montell Owens, Justin Blackmon, Chris Johnson

Sam Greenwood

We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 17 matchup between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans.

It's the matchup you've all been waiting for! The Titans and Jaguars have struggled this year in the AFC South while the Texans and Colts are playoff bound. There are still plenty of fantasy options, though. In order to help you set the optimal playoff lineup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Jacksonville Jaguars

The Jags will be without Maurice Jones-Drew and Rashad Jennings again, so Montell Owens serves as an interesting play. Justin Blackmon could have a huge day with Tennessee's porous D and he is almost a must-start option for anyone looking for upside.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans were full of disappointments this year and they will try to salvage their seasons in a nice matchup. The Jaguars haven't defended the pass well, so Kenny Britt and Jake Locker could be useful. Although, they're extremely risky. Chris Johnson is basically a must-start back.

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