Matched up against one of the NFL's best left tackles last week, Derrick Harvey's production was understandably up-and-down. Michael Roos, Tennessee's All-Pro blind side bookend, was able to wall Harvey off on several successful runs in the first halfùwhile the game hadn't yet gotten out-of-hand on the scoreboard. The Titans gained 37 of their 76 first-half rushing yards on eight carries around Harvey's end. Like the Indianapolis Colts and Arizona Cardinals before them, Tennessee looked to exploit his inconsistent ability to keep running backs from turning the corner. This time, though, Harvey fought back with a pair of drive-smothering plays to help the Jaguars' defense preserve an early lead. On the Titans' third drive, after Jacksonville went up 10-3 on a Maurice Jones-Drew touchdown r ...
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