Titans vs. Jaguars 2012 reaction: Tennessee fans unhappy with 'egg' laid against Jacksonville

Scott Cunningham

Coming off a bye week, the Titans underwhelm their fans by dropping a game to the Jaguars.

A loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars was not the result Tennessee Titans fans were likely expecting after a dominating victory over the Miami Dolphins and a bye week. And over at Music City Miracles, the bloggers were disappointed by the "egg" the Titans laid against the lowly Jags.

The problems were pervasive, and despite winning some key statistical battles, the Titans were unable to come from behind and beat the Jaguars.

While the Titans drew first blood, kept the score close all day, won the time of possession battle, essentially tied in the turnover margin and gained more first downs than the Jaguars, it wasn't enough to overcome a few key mistakes..

Mistakes were pointed out in nearly all facets of the Titans' performance against the Jags, including from quarterback Jake Locker.

Locker capped an up-and-down day by throwing an awful interception in what could have been a game-winning, come from behind play late in the 4th quarter

Looking for bright spots turned the bloggers' attention to the defensive line, which registered pressure on Jaguars quarterbacks all game long.

As a team, the Titans totaled 7 sacks, and 3 of those came from J. Casey, K. Klug and K. Wimbley. Additionally the entire defense created 12 QB hits.

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