The Jacksonville Jaguars have yet to earn a victory in 2014 and the Tennessee Titans are on a four-game losing streak, but the struggling rivals will face each other in a Week 6 matchup that will impact the cellar of the AFC South.
After starting the season with a victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, the Titans have struggled in every aspect and rank near the bottom of the NFL in both points scored and allowed. The big question for Tennessee, however, will be the health of quarterback Jake Locker, who suffered a hit to the head early in Week 5 and a wrist injury that ended his day prematurely.
If Locker is unable to go, the Titans will have to turn to Charlie Whitehurst, who tallied 194 yards passing, two touchdowns and no interceptions against the Browns in relief of Locker, but presided over an offense that allowed Cleveland to win the second half, 19-0, and earn a come-from-behind victory.
While the Titans have struggled, the Jaguars have been unequivocally worse through the first five games of the year. No defense has allowed more points or yards and only the Oakland Raiders have tallied fewer points and yards on offense.
With rookie quarterback Blake Bortles at the helm, the Jaguars have been closer in defeat, but have committed more turnovers than they did when Chad Henne was the starter.
How to Watch
Where: LP Field, Nashville, Tenn.
When: 1 p.m. ET
Announcers: Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker and Steve Beuerlein
Online streaming: Verizon NFL Mobile
The Titans are 6-point favorites at home against the winless Jaguars and the over/under for the game is set at 46 points, according to OddsShark.
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