Jaguars at Titans TV coverage map


The Jacksonville Jaguars are healing their wounds after a 37-7 loss last week to the Los Angeles Rams, and they hit the road this weekend to face another likely playoff team from the Tennessee Titans. The Titans won the first clash in this divisional rivalry in October in a 37-19 loss, but they will now face a 2-10 Jags side without star running back Derrick Henry, who is currently in the reserve. injuried people.

Henry isn’t the only attacking player the Titans will do without either. Wide receiver AJ Brown was also placed on the injured reserve, and although veteran Julio Jones is set to come back from his stint on the IR, Jacksonville also gets his best high school player in Shaquill Griffin, who has missed the last two games with a concussion.

The Jags have plenty of issues on both sides of the ball, but with the defense back to full force against a Tennessee offense not the same as it was earlier this year, they could stand a chance. A good game for the passing offense and quarterback Trevor Lawrence could dramatically increase those odds, as the Titans’ defense is just fine and struggles with the pass a bit.

But the Jaguars’ offense has been anemic, and that will be easier said than done. If you want to see if Jacksonville can grab their first victory in Nashville since 2013, the game will air locally on CBS at 1 p.m. EST in the yellow area below, by 506Sports.

As you can see, the game will be televised across most of northern Florida, west of Tallahassee and south of Orlando, as well as most of South Georgia and parts of the United States. Caroline from the south. It will also be available in most of Tennessee and parts of Kentucky, Illinois, North Carolina, Virginia, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Alabama, as well as ‘an additional part of northern Georgia. Spero Dedes and Jay Feely will be on call for CBS.

Jacksonville’s season has been mostly a disaster under first-year coach Urban Meyer, but a victory over the Titans for the first time since 2019 would be a good marker of progress for the team.


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