Dec 6, 2015 at 6pm UK at ​LP Field
Jacksonville Jaguars
Tennessee Titans
Stevens (4:21)
Greene (15:00), Yeldon (2:00)
Walker (8:51), Andrews (0:05)
Robinson (5:01)
Robinson (11:59, 6:32), Thomas (10:14)
Green-Beckham (15:00), Mariota (8:45), Woodyard (7:54)

Half-Time Report: Tennessee Titans surge ahead of Jacksonville Jaguars

Half-Time Report: Tennessee Titans surge ahead of Jaguars
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The Tennessee Titans lead their AFC South rivals the Jacksonville Jaguars 21-12 at half time in Nashville.

The Tennessee Titans score three touchdowns to take a 21-12 lead at the break against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The home team got themselves in front after a good drive led by quarterback Marcus Mariota found Craig Stevens in space and the tight end ran in for a 10-yard touchdown play.

The Jaguars would reply soon after after a big pass play from Blake Bortles to Allen Robinson set them up at the two-yard line, and Rashad Greene punched it home but Jason Myers missed the extra point that would have tied the scores.

The Titans went back into the lead as Mariota got his second touchdown of the game after he completed a 7-yard pass to Delanie Walker in the endzone to go up by eight points.

Mariota was then picked off by Davon House and TJ Yeldon compounded the mistake as he ran in for the six points, but Jacksonville failed on the following two-point conversion attempt.

However, the rookie quarterback led a two-minute drill deep into Jaguars territory and Antonio Andrews drove across the plain to extend Tennessee's lead seconds before half time.

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