These are the Three keys in my opinion that are necessary for the Jags to walk out of Nashville above five hundred this week. Both teams are coming off of byes; they are fierce division rivals and have played many good games against one another. The Titans are still looking of their first win, the Jags are looking for their fourth, which would put them right in the thick of the an AFC wildcard spot.
In the Jags three wins this year Sims-Walker has 22 receptions for 292 yards and 2 touchdowns, in the three losses he has 6 receptions for 106 and 1 touchdown. Last time the Jags played the Titans Sims-Walker scored twice.
The defensive line has been one of the Jags weaknesses over the past several years. John Henderson is a dominant defensive tackle/end, especially in the 3-4 he is going to get double and triple teamed, this just means that rookie defensive tackle Terrance Knighton needs to come of his blocks a bit faster, Vince Young may lack certain tools of an NFL quarterback, but one thing is for sure, he is very mobile.
Between Mathis, Cox, Nelson and Alexander the jags are sure to get at least one interception against Vince Young, who was not started a game since week 1 of last year when the Jags knocked him out of the game. David Garrard does not turn the ball over often, especially against the leagues worst secondary, so this one should be fairly easy.