Two AFC South rivals are set to clash as the Tennessee Titans and Marcus Mariota look to bounce back from a disappointing loss against the Gardner Minshew led Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday Night Football.
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Titans vs Jaguars Preview
The story around the Jaguars leading up to the matchup is the trade request by All-Pro corner Jalen Ramsey. The outspoken defensive back got into a heated argument with Jags head coach Doug Marrone during a 13-12 loss to the Houston Texans last week, dropping the team to 0-2. Ramsey is expected to play as the teams looks for a deal, which will reportedly featured a steep asking price of two first round picks.
“It’s like anything else in this profession: It’s behind us now,” Marrone said. “His focus is on playing and doing the best job for his teammates, and my job is to do the best for the team. That’s behind us right now.”
Beside the drama with Ramsey, the Jaguars have plenty of problems to figure out following an 0-2 start. On top of that, the Titans have had their number in the primetime slot on Thursday night, winning four in a row and six of seven in the series
“Just want to kind of change that feeling of losing to those guys,” Ngakoue said. “I know they feel like they’ve got a number on us. We’ve got to change that. That stigma, we’ve got to change that, that outlook.”
In the last meeting between the teams, Henry finished with 238 yards and four touchdowns on 17 carries, which included a 99-yard run down the sideline.
“We don’t need to watch that again,” Jacksonville defensive coordinator Todd Wash told reporters. “I see it on NFL Network all the time. My wife always brings it up. ‘That wasn’t a very good play.’ I’m like, ‘Mr. Obvious, right?’ … The bottom line is he made a play. Give credit to him, but we have to do a better job of stopping it this time.”
Henry is ready to produce some new highlights as well.
“I am tired of seeing it,” said Henry. “I know for sure they are.”
Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota had one of the best games of his career against the Browns in Week 1, but came back to earth a little against the Texans. He threw for a modest 154 yards and one touchdown with 93.5 rating last week.
“I love playing when the lights are on, and I look forward to these challenges,” Mariota said. “I look forward to these division games. And our guys I think will be ready to go. It’s going to be a challenge, but we’re looking forward to it.”
The Jaguars will be relying on rookie passer Gardner Minshew, who went for 213 yards and a TD last week with a 97.2 rating. He also rushed for team-high 56 yards last week. The sixth round pick leads all rookie quarterbacks with his three pass touchdowns and 111.8 QB rating.