The Tennessee Titans inflict a sixth consecutive defeat on the Jacksonville Jaguars, running out 16-14 victors at LP Field to end a four-match losing streak of their own.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have slumped to a sixth straight defeat courtesy of a narrow 16-14 loss to the Tennessee Titans in an AFC South clash at LP Field this evening.
The visitors got off to a good start with a touchdown on the opening possession, Storm Johnson battling his way into the endzone for a one-yard score.
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Ryan Succop chipped away at the deficit with a 25-yard field goal in the closing stages of the first quarter, while Jackie Battle then put the Titans ahead with a one-yard run of his own.
Succop made his second kick of the evening in the third quarter, converting from 21 yards to extend his side's advantage to six points before adding a 42-yard effort in the final quarter.
Jacksonville made things interesting in the closing stages as Clay Harbor and Blake Bortles linked up for a 20-yard touchdown to reduce the deficit to just two points.
However, neither side could find another score in the dying seconds as the Titans held out for their first home win of the campaign, ending a four-match losing streak in the process.
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