With the Titans and Jaguars tied at 14-14 with :33 left in the first half, Reynaud returned a Bryan Anger punt 69 yards for a touchdown. To start the second half, the Titans again forced the Jaguars to punt the ball, and this time Reynaud returned the punt 81 yards for a touchdown. Anger, a controversial third-round pick for Jacksonville, came into the game leading the AFC in net punting yards. That is not likely to hold after Reynaud's punt return masterpiece on Sunday.
Chipping in with Reynaud in Titans scoring without relying on Jake Locker: Linebacker Zach Brown has returned two interceptions for touchdowns, giving Tennessee a 35-14 lead despite the Jags having considerably more offensive drives. Maybe the key to the Jags offense would be: Not giving it to the Jaguars offense.