Scouting review: How Titans got back on track against Jaguars

BY BLAKE BEDDINGFIELD, special correspondent

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans got back in the win column in Jacksonville and really that is all that mattered.

The Titans couldn’t have had a better start with less than one minute into the contest when Kevin Byard returned a fumble for a touchdown.

Elijah Molden made a textbook tackle and caused the fumble by newly acquired tight end Dan Arnold.

Derrick Henry

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It could have been seen as a questionable call, but I believe you can’t punish the defense for making a good play and I am glad the play stood.

The second possession by the Jaguars was different. James Robinson ran off tackle for 58 yards. Rashaan Evans had a busted assignment that caused the big hole and long run.

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