JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Florida National News) – The Jacksonville Jaguars (7-3) beat their AFC South opponent, Tennessee Titans (3-7) 34-14, bouncing back from last week’s loss to the 49ers. The Jaguars remain at the top of their division.
The Jaguars scored their first touchdown late in the first quarter, on a 3 yard pass from QB Trevor Lawrence to WR Calvin Ridley. K Brandon McManus added the extra point to put the Jags ahead 7-0.
In the second quarter, McManus kicked a pair of field goals for 30 yards and 25 yards, extending the Jags’ lead to 13-0 at the half.
In the third, Trevor Lawrence ran 9 yards for a touchdown and passed 20 yards to Calvin Ridley for another TD. Both scores were followed by extra points from McManus, putting the Jaguars ahead 27-0. The Titans managed to score their first touchdown on a RB Derrick Henry to QB Will Levis to WR DeAndre Hopkins 43 yard pass, followed by K Nick Folk’s extra point, just before the end of the quarter, as the Titans narrowed their deficit to 27-7.
In the fourth, Lawrence ran 5 yards into the end zone for another touchdown, also followed by the McManus XP, to put the Jags ahead 34-7. The Titans added another touchdown on a 2 yard Will Levis to DT Jeffery Simmons pass, and Folk added the extra point, making the final score 34-14.
During today’s game, Trevor Lawrence became the fourth quarterback in franchise history to pass for more than 10,000 yards in his career.
Trevor Lawrence finished with 262 yards and 2 touchdowns. Travis Etienne Jr. led the Jaguars’ rushing with 52 yards. Calvin Ridley was the leading receiver with 107 yards and 2 touchdowns.
The Jaguars head to Houston to face their AFC South rival Texans on Sunday, 11/26. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. The Jags lost to the Texans in week 3 of this season 37-17. The Jaguars return to “The Bank” to face the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night, 12/4 at 8:15 p.m. Be sure to follow www.FloridaSportsChannel.com and www.FloridaNationalNews.com for more.
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