NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Things don't look good in Jacksonville.

With resources likely needing to be focused on far more important matters than a football game, and the condition of EverBank Field unknown, the Titans-Jaguars game may not be able to be played as planned.

The Jaguars already have a seven-game home schedule because of a "home" game in London this season.

The same was true for the Dolphins, whose Week 1 game against the Buccaneers was rescheduled because of Hurricane Irma. That matchup will now be played in Miami on Nov. 19, when both teams had been slotted for a bye.

It's certainly a case-by-case basis, but that set a precedent for not taking away a home game and gate from a team that will be playing in London. So I think neutral site solution is unlikely, but I've included it in your options here.

I know you are Titans fans who want what is best for your team. I also hope you're keeping football in perspective and feel compassion for the Jaguars, their families and their community.

What's fair if the Jaguars can't host Sunday?
Take this week off, play the game on Oct. 29, both teams' bye week.
Flip the series, with the Dec. 31st regular season finale played in Jacksonville.
Play this weekend, Sunday afternoon or Monday night, at a neutral site.
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