Nothing But Pride On The Line

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Blake Bortles has proven he will be the Jags main man for some time. Image courtesy of: linemakers.sportingnews.com

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Jaguars v Titans


EverBank Field, Jacksonville

Friday December 19 – 11:25 AM (AEST)

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Jacksonville host Tennessee on Friday (AEST) in a match that has nothing to offer the victor but bragging rights in the AFC South Division.

The Jaguars have had a rough trot over the past decade. Stuck in a division that has been ruled by the Indianapolis Colts, who have already secured their spot in the playoffs, Jacksonville continue to watch from the sidelines come playoffs time. Having only won two games this season against the Browns and the Giants, they are once again planning their end of season trip early. One thing the Jaguars can take away from 2014/2015 is the performance of rookie quarterback Blake Bortles, who impressively has passed for 2,676 yard and 10 touchdowns in his first professional season.

The Titans are another team who would be looking forward to the season coming to a close. They have been plagued by injury and like their opponents have managed just two wins this season, bowing out of playoff contention for the sixth straight year. Tennessee have had to use their first and second-string quarterbacks this season, with injuries to rookie Zach Mettenberger and stand-in Jake Locker forcing coach Ken Whisenhunt to call upon former Charger Charlie Whitehurst. Without a consistent game changer behind the line of scrimmage, the Titans failed to find a way to post points, finishing 22nd in the league for passing yards.

The last time these two met, the Titans got the better of Jacksonville in Tennessee 16-14. While that was a low scoring affair, the match on Friday will surely show some big numbers with both teams having nothing to play for. A high-scoring affair is bound to ensue, with TattsBet customers favouring the Overs (40.5) in Florida.   

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