Tennessee Titans (3-2) AFC South vs Jacksonville Jaguars (3-2) AFC South
Television: ESPN Mike Tirico, Ron Jaworski and Jon Gruden
Westwood One Radio: Kevin Harlan, Randy Cross and Tony Boselli
Venue: EverBank Field Jacksonville, Fla.
Surface: Natural Grass
Tennessee General Manager: Mike Reinfeldt
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher
Offensive Coordinator: Mike Heimerdinger
Defensive Coordinator: Chuck Cecil
Head Coach: Jack Del Rio
Offensive Coordinator: Dirk Koetter
Defensive Coordinator: Mel Tucker
Jacksonville General Manager: Gene Smith
Titans 2010 Offensive Ranking: 26th (overall), 7th (rushing), 28th (passing)
Titans 2010 Defensive Rankings: 22nd (overall), 12th (rushing), 27th (passing)
Jaguars 2010 Offensive Rankings: 22nd (overall), 4th (rushing), 26th (passing)
Jaguars 2010 Defensive Rankings: 30th (overall), 14th (rushing), 29th (passing)
Head Referee: Mike Carey
Head Linesman: Dana McKenzie
Chris Johnson has 19 career 100-yard rushing games and three this season.
CJ has 29 career rushing touchdowns, and needs one more to break a tie with Lorenzo White for fourth place on the team's all-time rushing touchdown list.
The Titans defense has recorded back-to-back 6 sack games, and if they can get 6 or more sacks on Monday night that would be three consecutive games and would be the first time in franchise history that has happened. The last two weeks of 6 sack games hasn't happened since 1982.
K Rob Bironas has a current streak of 15 consecutive games with at least one field goal, the second-longest streak in team history. He holds the club record for a FG in 19 consecutive games from 2006-07.
Jeff Fisher's Record vs Jaguars is 18-13 and 10-6 in Jacksonville. Fisher has coached 251 regular season games as the head coach of the Oilers/Titans. Putting him just eight games shy of breaking Bud Grant's record of 259 with the Minnesota Vikings.
This will be the 263rd career game coached overall by Jeff Fisher; he has now passed Bill Cowher (Pittsburgh) for the ninth-highest total of games with one team by a head coach.
Last time these teams met was on Nov. 1, 2009, at LP Field, when the Titans rushed for more than 300-yards for the second time in franchise history. It was Vince Young's first start of the season. Chris Johnson set a franchise record when he rushed for 228-yards on 24 carries and two touchdowns (52, 89). The Titans won 30-13.
Last time these teams met in Jacksonville was on Oct. 4, 2009 with the Jaguars winning 37-17.
Wide receiver Kenny Britt has three consecutive touchdown reception games, and if he has one Monday night that would be a first in his career with four consecutive. He would then join 8 others who have accomplished that feat in franchise history.
With a passer rating of 90.0 or higher, Vince Young will have a 90-plus passer rating in four consecutive games for the first time in his career.
Vince Young is 29-15 as a starting quarterback in the regular season. With a victory on Monday, Young would become the fifth quarterback in franchise history to record 30 regular season wins. He would join Steve McNair, Warren Moon, George Blanda and Dan Pastorini.
The Titans have won three of their last four Monday Night Football games, including two consecutive at Houston Texans (Nov. 23, 2009) 20-17, and home against the Indianapolis Colts (Oct. 27,2008) 31-21. Their all-time record for MNF is 19-16.
Both Jeff Fisher (1977-80) and Jack Del Rio (1981-84) played football at the University of Southern California..
Jacksonville running backs coach Earnest Byner was on the Titans staff (in the same capacity) from 2008-09..
Chris Johnson and Jaguars (WR) Mike Sims-Walker grew up together in Orlando and remain very close friends.
Dave Ball played at UCLA with Jaguars Maurice Jones-Drew and TE Marcedes Lewis.
The team that has won the coin flip this year on MNF is 6-0.