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It’s that time of year again, football fans. The third annual Jaguars-Titans Thursday night is upon us.
The rivalry between Jacksonville and Tennessee that grew out of the Mark Brunell-Eddie George era in the late 90s has yet to rematerialize, but that hasn’t stopped these teams from trying.
Both the Jags and Titans boast former first-round picks with alliterative initials and high, if not overestimated, upsides in Blake Bortles and Marcus Mariota; they both boast defenses on the rise with star young players in Jalen Ramsey and Avery Williamson; and thanks to their weak division, both Jacksonville (2-4) and Tennessee (3-4) still have a chance to conquer the AFC South and live up to their pundits’ expectations.
For these rivals, the future is now, or at least it should be. An impressive showing on Thursday Night Football can introduce to the world the talent and potential of the Jags and Titans’ anonymous rosters and change the trajectory of both teams’ underwhelming 2016 campaigns. A division lead is at most two games away; why not win one this week?
Here’s what we’ll be watching for when the Jaguars and Titans tussle on Thursday Night Football:
The old maxim is that the NFL is a quarterback-driven league. So in a fair world, Jacksonville and Tennessee, each toting its own young gunslinger, would be name-brand teams. Unfortunately, both Bortles and Mariota have yet to take off as the football community expected in 2016 and their clubs have followed suit.
Unlike the Jags with Bortles, the Titans need not rely on Mariota’s arm to move the ball, what with their resurgent run game, but it would certainly help if he was more accurate.