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Jacksonville Jaguars Daily: No run game gives Blake Bortles no chance

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Lack of run game gives Jacksonville Jaguars offense no chance against Tennessee Titans -
No running game meant no chance for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ offense and quarterback Blake Bortles on Sunday in a 37-16 loss to the visiting Tennessee Titans.

Tennessee’s defensive game plan was to stack the box to stop Leonard Fournette and Chris Ivory and force Bortles to beat them by making him throw. He’s had plenty of success against the Titans in the past, but without wide receiver Allen Robinson, who is out for the season with a torn left ACL, Bortles and the offense couldn’t consistently move the ball.

5 reasons the Jacksonville Jaguars didn’t win against the Tennessee Titans -
A lot of Jacksonville Jaguars fans and media claimed this was going to be the biggest home game in years. Many boisterously proclaimed a benchmark win against the Tennessee Titans.

We played horribly, to put it mildly. Here are 5 totally legitimate reasons why the Jaguars lost.

10 observations from Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans game -
The Jaguars were hit with a bit of their own Week 1 medicine during Sunday's 37-16 loss to the Tennessee Titans at EverBank Field.

Following a very close first half, the game got away from the hometown team in the third quarter due to some self-inflicted wounds.

The Jaguars allowed 31 points in the final two quarters. It was a clear shift from the 29-7 victory over the Houston Texans last week.