NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans need more electric, game-altering plays and they’ve got a good candidate to provide one in sticky rookie cornerback and explosive return man Adoree Jackson.

If he can provide such a play during Monday Night Football it could be a big part of a breakthrough for which the Titans are desperate. They’ve lost 11 in a row against the Colts, and 16 of their last 17.JacksonOAK

The Titans credit Jackson with a team-high seven pass breakups. But the team has only four interceptions and two of them came from guys with part-time work in the secondary, Curtis Riley and Tye Smith. (Jackson was also fourth in the NFL coming into the weekend with an 11.6-yard punt return average.)

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