Jacksonville has just cut David Garrard and they are starting Luke McCown against the Titans. The spread is banking on the two teams splitting their two games this season but it won't happen, not with McCown or Gabbert starting against Hasselbeck or Locker.
The Titans still have a strong offensive line and they have Chris Johnson back to discipline Jaguars defenders for taking poor angles on attempted tackles.
Jacksonville's secondary is nothing great, either. Offensively, the Jaguars aren't going to be able to run as well as the Titans will be able to. Tennessee's defense is good enough to bail out on the run while Jacksonville's isn't.
As mentioned before, betting on the home team when two bad squads play against one another is smart. With that said, Tennessee isn't as bad as many think and their new head coach Mike Munchak has been with the team for years.
The Tennessee Titans go on the road and beat their division rivals.