The Jacksonville Jaguars needed something special in the final quarter against the Tennessee Titans on Thursday. Men who produce special stuff aren’t always expected to do so. Rashad Greene and Davon House played key roles in guiding the Jaguars to pull off a 19-13 win.
The win keeps Jacksonville in the AFC South race. Greene was playing his first game since getting off from the short-term injured reserve. He set up a go-ahead touchdown by returning a 63-yard punt. Cornerback Davon House created a fumble against Titans and notched up a match-winning field goal for the Jaguars.
Last time the Jaguars achieved back-to-back wins was in December 2013. Now, the Jaguars look forward to play at San Diego and Tennessee in the next two weeks, and they have a positive chance to compete for the division title. The Titans led 13-9 at the end of the third quarter, and played convincingly by leading 3-0 in the first quarter. But Marcus Mariota and Tennessee fell miserably in the final quarter. The Jaguars won the session 10-0.