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It's a great day for football in Jacksonville as the Titans and Jaguars renew their AFC South rivalry.
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Temperatures will rise into the low 60's during today's game.
It's a late arriving crowd today in Jacksonville.
Jaguars win the toss and elect to receive.
Marks tips a Henne pass and Verner catches it for a Titans interception.
Titans draw first blood as Bironas connects from 38 yards.
Jake's still got work to as he sailed that third down throw way over Nate's head.
PapaTitan keeps it real.
Veteran official Walt Anderson and his crew are officiating today's game.
The Titans sack Henne on back to back plays forcing the Jaguars to punt.
Kern booms a 57-yard punt as the Titans go three and out.
Rashad Jennings rushes it in from a yard for a Jaguars touchdown. It's now 7-3 Jacksonville.
Mularkey is challenging the Washington reception to see if he got the line to gain for a first down.
The ruling on the field is reversed, so the Titans don't get the first down.
Bironas hooks the field goal attempt, so the Jaguars continue to lead 7-3.
The Jaguars are forced the punt. They get a great punt and down it at the Titans own three yard line.
Jacksonville goes for it on 4th and 3 and doesn't convert.
Bironas is good from 40 yards. It's now Jaguars 7-6.
Locker says he's okay after getting hit on his shoulder in the Jaguars sack on third down.
Henne to Cecil Shorts for a 59 yard touchdown. It's now 14-6 Jacksonville.
The Titans put a good drive together, but have to settle for a Bironas 39 yard field goal. It's now 14-9 Jaguars.
The Titans defense sacks Henne again and forces the Jaguars to go three and out.
Love the aggressiveness of the Titans defense today. It's time the offense picked them up with a long drive.
The Titans finally find the end zone, as Locker finds Britt for a touchdown. It's now 21-19 Jacksonville.
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