Jacksonville's 30-13 whipping at the hands of the previously winless Tennessee Titans Sunday sent out a news flash that should hardly have been news: The Jaguars aren't the New England Patriots. Nor, for that matter, are they the Indianapolis Colts. After watching two of the NFL's perennial passing powerhouses drub Tennessee by a combined score of 100-9, Jacksonville's aerial attack came into Sunday's game smelling blood. Five of the Titans' first six opponents had gained over 300 yards through the airùincluding a 323-yard effort by Jaguars quarterback David Garrard and his receivers in the teams' first meeting, a 37-17 blowout win for Jacksonville. As the Jaguars' 14th-ranked passing offense traveled to Nashville, they clearly intended to trounce Tennessee with more of the same. Their pl ...
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