Jacksonville Jaguars Fall to the Tennessee Titans, 31-10

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Jags fall to 1-12 on the season

Derrick Henry – the Tennessee Titans’ powerful, stiff-arming running back and the NFL’s leading rusher – turned in another dominant performance against the Jaguars, powering the Titans as they pulled away for a 31-10 victory at TIAA Bank Field Sunday afternoon. (Jaguars.com image)

(Jaguars.com) – This time, early fight wasn’t nearly enough. And this time, for the first time in a while, the game got away from the Jaguars early – largely because of a familiar nemesis and their all too-familiar best player.

Derrick Henry – the Tennessee Titans’ powerful, stiff-arming running back and the NFL’s leading rusher – turned in another dominant performance against the Jaguars, powering the Titans as they pulled away for a 31-10 victory at TIAA Bank Field Sunday afternoon.

“We keep fighting, we do the best we can, we take advantage of every opportunity and go from there,” Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone said.

“With the record and what’s going on, obviously, they have a lot of things that you can just check out on, whether you’re a coach or whether you’re a player.

“But these guys haven’t done that. None of us our proud of the record. Am I proud of the guys and proud of this team, about the way they go about their business? I am.”

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