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Jaguars vs Titans: Plays of the game

Syndication: The Tennessean George Walker IV / / USA TODAY NETWORK

The Jacksonville Jaguars have delivered shocking results in the past three weeks of football. They followed a miraculous 28-27 comeback win over Baltimore with an embarrassing 40-14 loss at Detroit; then Jacksonville pulled out a third joker card last week in Tennessee by whopping its divisional rival Titans 36-22.

The Week 14 matchup began with six-minute Tennessee opening drive, capped by a Derrick Henry touchdown plunge. Then the Jaguars went three-and-out.

Any hope that Jacksonville entered the game with was quickly evaporating, but all of a sudden, Travon Walker bullied the momentum pendulum towards the opposite direction with a third down strip sack.

It was Jacksonville’s first of four turnovers on the day. The next two were the biggest plays of the game in terms of expected points added and win probability added, respectively (per

The Titans scored on its third possession and were marching down the field on its fourth, until Ryan Tannehill forced a throw on a quick-hitting slants concept.

Andrew Wingard started in place of Andre Cisco (shoulder), and his interception on this play subtracted a game-high 5.8 expected points from the Titans offense.

On Tennessee’s sixth drive, right before halftime, a Shaquille Quarterman forced fumble literally fell into Josh Allen’s lap and added a game-high 15 percentage points to Jacksonville’s win probability.

An Arden Key fumble recovery on an aborted fourth quarter snap for Tennessee all but clinched the game. The Jaguars scored 20 points off four forced turnovers, and that was the difference on Sunday.