For the first time in three years, Jacksonville's second game against Tennessee offers a shot at a season sweep. The Titans spoiled the Jaguars' season openers in 2007 and 2008. Last year, Tennessee followed up on that Week 1 triumph with a 24-14 road win in Jacksonvilleùtheir third sweep in the series since 2000. Over that stretch, the Jaguars have lost 11 of 19 games in the rivalry. In the teams' Week 4 meeting this year, though, Jacksonville thumped the Titans 37-17. But, even with Tennessee still winless on the season, the Jaguars travel to Nashville this weekend as three-point underdogs. To beat those odds and improve to 4-3, they'll need to do three key jobs.Begin Slideshow ...
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