Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Tennessee Titans: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
In arguably the least anticipated match up of the day, the Tennessee Titans used four return touchdowns to defeat the Jacksonville Jaguars and finish the season 6-10.
Jake Locker completed just nine passes for 152 yards in the contest while Chris Johnson rushed for 56 yards on 21 attempts.
Zach Brown highlighted the Titans defensive effort with two interceptions, each of which were returned for touchdowns, while Darius Reynaud had two punt returns for scores.
And Colin Mooney gets the first carry of his career. Definitely a sign that this one is over.
Clock rolling closer and closer to the two minute warning as the two teams will begin preparing for the offseason shortly.
Zach Brown caps off a great day with a sack to go along with his two interception returns for touchdowns.
Titans passing game shows some signs of life for the first time since the first few minutes of the game as Jake Locker connects with rookie Kendall Wright for a long gain.
Have to feel sorry for Chad Henne and the rest of the Jaguars offense at this point. They have little to play for and Henne is being hit nearly every time he drops back to pass in the second half.
The Jaguars offense comes on the field down 24 points. You can almost hear Chad Henne counting down the seconds left until this game comes to a merciful close.
Rob Bironas puts a 48-yard field goal attempt straight through the uprights to extend the Titans lead to 24 points.
Jake Locker makes a rather laughable decision to throw the ball after already scrambling for two yards.
Titans may have 35 points today, but that does not give a fair evaluation as to the performance of their struggling offense.
Kenny Britt back on the field to start the fourth quarter.
Kenny Britt shaken up after hauling in a first-down catch as the Titans and Jaguars head to the final 15 minutes of their respective seasons.
(ELIAS) The Titans are the 1st team in NFL HISTORY with 2 punt-return TD and 2 INT-return TD in the same game.— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) December 30, 2012
Jaguars offense, which was moving the ball with ease early on, comes up short yet again, this time turning the ball over on downs on an incomplete pass by Chad Henne.
Titans offense continues to be stagnant today as they fail to take advantage of Griffin's interception.
Tennessee ran the ball three times before going for it on fourth down, where Locker had the ball batted at the line of scrimmage and watched as it fell harmlessly to the turf.
Update: Titans now have 28 unanswered points WITHOUT running an offensive play. Two INT returns for TDs and two punt return TDs.— CBSSports.com (@CBSSports) December 30, 2012
And Michael Griffin with an interception of Chad Henne.
The Jaguars offense is just falling apart at this point, as Henne has thrown three interceptions in the team's last five possessions.
The Titans offense has to be getting bored at this point, haven't stepped on the field since the 3:57 mark of the second quarter.
This may be one of the most ridiculous games in NFL history.
The Titans have scored one touchdown offensively and now have 35 points on the board.
Darius Reynaud makes an incredible cut, reaches the sideline and takes it to the house to give the Titans a 14-point lead.
Former seventh-round pick Tommie Campbell in for Alterraun Verner at the starting cornerback spot opposite Jason McCourty. Time to see if the young man can hold his own against Justin Blackmon and company.
Jake Locker has attempted just eight passes in the first half, completing four of them for 85 yards. His numbers could look more impressive if not for a pair of drops by Nate Washington and Kenny Britt.
The Jaguars will get the ball to start the second half and will look to continue to have the same kind of success moving the football that they did in the first 30 minutes.
At the half, Jacksonville has 280 yards of offense compared to just 102 for the Titans.
The first half mercifully comes to a close with the Tennessee Titans leading the Jacksonville Jaguars 21-14.
The official heads to the replay booth to see whether or not the ball was tipped on a play in which Titans corner Coty Sensebaugh was called for defensive pass interference.
Jaguars looking to add some points before heading to the halftime break in one of the uglier halves of football you will see.
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