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Jacksonville Jaguars news roundup

Some Jacksonville Jaguars news from around the internet you may have missed.

Troy Taormina-US PRESSWIRE

Henne made 5 throws that mattered |

Minutes after the Jaguars’ overtime loss at Houston on Sunday, coach Mike Mularkey said he would decide whether Chad Henne would start at quarterback this week only after reviewing the game video.Obviously, he liked what he saw out of Henne, who threw a franchise-tying record four touchdowns to go with 354 passing yards after he replaced an injured Blaine Gabbert.There was a lot to like.

A look at the Tennessee Titans |

Some notes about the Tennessee Titans, who come to town for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars: *The Titans come to town with a 3-6 record but are 3-0 in games decided by three or fewer points – 44-41 over Detroit, 26-23 over Pittsburgh and 35-34 at Buffalo. *Tennessee and the Jaguars have played twice each regular season since Jacksonville’s first season in 1995. The Titans lead 19-15 in the regular season and 1-0 in the playoffs. *Twenty of 34 games in the series have been decided by seven or fewer points.

Blackmon nominated for Rookie of the Week

Wide receiver JUSTIN BLACKMON of the Jacksonville Jaguars, cornerback ALFONZO DENNARD of the New England Patriots, quarterback ROBERT GRIFFIN III of the Washington Redskins, wide receiver T.Y. HILTON of the Indianapolis Colts and running back DOUG MARTIN of the Washington Redskins are the finalists for PEPSI MAX NFL ROOKIE OF THE WEEK honors for games played on November 15-19, the NFL announced today.