Titans vs. Jaguars, Week 12: Jacksonville displays competence

Thomas B. Shea

SB Nation's Jacksonville Jaguars, Big Cat Country, reacts to the team's victory on Sunday that snapped a seven game losing streak.

The Jacksonville Jaguars entered Sunday with just one win on the season and riding a seven game losing streak, but quarterback Chad Henne and the Jaguars changed all of that, defeating fellow AFC South divisional residents Tennessee Titans 24-19 at home.

With the victory, the Jaguars improved to 2-9 on the season, with both wins being against divisional opponents. While the team may not be going to the playoffs this season, Adam Stites of SB Nation's Jacksonville Jaguars blog, Big Cat Country, is content with the team showing competence in several aspects of the game.

Although the win isn't going to propel the Jaguars into contention for anything, the team showed competence in several aspects of the game and it's always nice to dish a crushing blow to the Titans.

Jacksonville will hit the road again as the team will head up north to New York and prepare for a game against the Buffalo Bills. Buffalo fell to 4-7 on the season after their loss on Sunday to the Colts.

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