JACKSONVILLE, FL - SEPTEMBER 11: Maurice Jones-Drew #32 of the Jacksonville Jaguars is tackled by Shaun Smith #93 and William Hayes #95 of the Tennessee Titans during the season opener game at EverBank Field on September 11, 2011 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

Jaguars Vs. Titans: Tennessee Technically Still In AFC Wild Card Race

Can the Titans rebound after losing to the Colts? They need a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars to keep their slight playoff hopes alive. For more on this game, check out Titans blog Music City Miracles and Jaguars blog Big Cat Country.

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NFL Scores Week 16: Jaguars Vs. Titans, Jared Cook Keeps Tennessee Alive

Titans keep their playoff hopes alive with a 23-16 win over the Jaguars.


VIDEO: Maurice Jones-Drew Scores 11th TD Of Season

Maurice Jones-Drew may be playing for a pretty bad team, but that hasn't stopped him from turning in a great season. His touchdown early in Saturday's game against the Tennessee Titans gives him 11 touchdowns for the year.

Jones-Drew, as you probably know, is also leading the league in rushing yardage. So far on Saturday, he has 20 yards, giving him more than 1,350 for the season. If he can pick up about 50 more yards, that will be a career high for him.


VIDEO: Jared Cook Scores 55-Yard Touchdown

Jared Cook has only scored three touchdowns this season. But after his 55-yarder against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Tennessee Titans tight end has now scored two of more than 50 yards. This one gave the Titans a 10-0 lead.

Cook is on quite a roll, it should be noted. That catch gave him 89 yards receiving on Saturday, putting him well on pace to eclipse the 100-yard barrier for the second straight week. Prior to last week, Cook had just three other games with more than 50 yards receiving this season. The only time he had gone over 60 yards receiving was in Week 4 when his 80-yard touchdown gave him the bulk of his 93 receiving yards that day.


Chris Johnson Questionable, But Expected To Play Despite Ankle Injury

Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson was able to practice late in the week and is expected to play on Saturday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Johnson is officially listed as "Questionable" with an ankle injury.

"I think he was being careful, no doubt," Titans head coach Mike Munchak said of Johnson missing Wednesday's practice. "But he did a lot more than he did and looked pretty decent in what he did. We would assume he is ready to play on Saturday."

After a slow start to the season, Johnson is 70 yards away from a fourth consecutive 1,000-yard season, though he's struggled in the last two weeks, gaining just 78 yards on 26 carries in losses to the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts.

Johnson will be facing a Jaguars defense that ranks14th against the run, but has allowed an average of 115.3 rushing yards per game over the last three weeks.

For more on the Titans, check out Music City Miracles.


Jaguars Vs. Titans: TV Schedule, Game Time Announcers And More

The Tennessee Titans need a win over the Jacksonville Jaguars to keep their slight playoff hopes alive


NFL Odds And Lines Week 16: Jaguars Vs. Titans

The Tennessee Titans are likely to be the only opponent to have lost to the Indianapolis Colts this season. The Titans will look to put that behind them when they take over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday.

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