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6 bold predictions for Jaguars vs. Titans

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The Jacksonville Jaguars (4-8) are visiting the Music City Forward Passes (6-6) in a game that could ruin the playoff chances of Marcus Mariota and his trash franchise!

Nationally televised football let’s goooooooooooooooo!

Before the game begins, we wanted to ask the Big Cat Country team (and you!) a simple question:

“How will the Jaguars do against the Titans today?”

Alfie Crow (@AlfieBCC)

On the back of an amazing defensive effort and some risky decisions by the Indianapolis Colts the Jaguars snapped their losing streak. Against the Titans however, it’s almost a mirror match and they have the quarterback who always kills the Jaguars.

Titans win 13-10

Ryan Day (@ryaneatscake)

The homer in me can’t stop and won’t stop. I hope we burn down their stadium on the way out the door. I’m probably gonna be wrong but I don’t care because the Titans are the wooooooooooorst.

Jaguars win 16-10

Jon Kirland (@BCBCouch)

I think this Jaguars defense is actually playing pissed off for a myriad of reasons, and a pissed off defense is good enough to shut down any offense. With the egos on that side of the ball and this being the lone prime time game, I look for that side to really be dominant tonight. That said, I can’t trust this offensive line and Cody Kessler against a Titans defense that has our number in their house on a short week... but I’ll be damned if I ever pick the Titans to win anything in life other than a cousin-mating contest.

Jaguars win 16-6

Ryan O’Bleness (@ryanobleness)

It certainly is looking like another low-scoring game where the team that punches the other team in the mouth more often is going to win. Leonard Fournette is back from suspension, which should only help the offense, but I still struggle to see a way where Cody Kessler leads the offense to a lot of points. If Jacksonville’s defense carries over the momentum from last week, and the offense shows up at all, the Jags will win this game. If the Jaguars get a similar offensive performance to last week, the Titans will win this game, no matter how well the defense plays (as we saw in Week 3). I wouldn’t be surprised to see either result, but I have to give the slight edge to the Titans playing at home against an inexperienced quarterback

Titans win 13-10

Brian Fullford (@iambwf)

The Jaguars last won in Nashville in 2013. It probably means nothing but it’s worth noting. This game is all about stopping Marcus Mariota on the ground, and frankly I have no faith that will happen. The offense is what it is, so that doesn’t help either.

My bold prediction is that the Jaguars are shut out.

Titans win 13-0

Filip Prus (@JaxonFil)

Look... to be the guy, you’ve got to beat the guy, and the Jaguars simply haven’t been able to beat this Titans consistently. Mobile quarterbacks continue to plague the lack of speed on the Jags defensive line and that likely continues this week. My guess is Leonard Fournette finds the end zone once and the Titans will struggle in the red zone, allowing kicker Ryan Succop to win the game for them with four field goals. I will not pick them to beat the Titans until they do. They haven’t earned it.

Titans win 12-10

What do you think? Got any predictions? What do you think the final score will be? Let us know in the comments below!