Titans vs. Jaguars Monday Night Football: Vince Young Well-Protected, Throws TD
The Tennessee Titans opened the scoring against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday Night Football when Vince Young threw a touchdown to Kenny Britt to cap a two-minute drive.
Young attempted four passes on the drive, completing three for 61 yards. He only felt pressure on his first attempt, an incompletion that sailed over Nate Washington's head down the right sideline.
Tennessee's offensive line, one of the NFL's more-underrated units, clamped down on Jacksonville's defensive line after that. Former All-Pro left tackle Michael Roos kept Aaron Kampman quiet on Young's blind side, and David Stewart handled Derrick Harvey easily on the other end.
In 2009, the Jaguars managed only 14 sacks—less than one per game. This year, they already have nine after just five games.
Considering the ease with which Vince Young dissected their loose pass defense on that touchdown drive, Jacksonville's front four will have to show that improvement tonight. They've got to disrupt that comfortable pocket for the Jaguars to stand a chance on defense.
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