When the Jacksonville Jaguars and Tennessee Titans clash on Monday Night Football this weekend, they'll be more than just two 3-2 teams vying for a leg up in the ultra-competitive AFC South.
From the first regular season game in Jacksonville's history back in 1995—and the Jaguars' first win a month later—to a career-best rushing performance by Tennessee's Chris Johnson last year, these teams have plenty of history behind them.
They've been division rivals for 15 years, from the Titans' past life as the Houston Oilers through the NFL realignment that snatched them both out of the AFC Central in 2002 to build the AFC South.
Jacksonville and Tennessee have held onto their old feuds (Pittsburgh and Baltimore, respectively) and developed a healthy hatred for the Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. But it's nothing compared to the gut-wrenching mixture of respect and disdain they inspire in one another.
In chronological order, here's a retrospective look at the 10 most important games between the Jaguars and Titans. Their Monday night clash will kick off the 16th year of this rivalry, and it will have to be a great one to crack this list.