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The Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Tennessee Titans in a
victory-and-you’re-in AFC South game Saturday night, 20-16. The Jaguars bagged
their ticket to the postseason for the first time since 2017. The Jaguars are
the first team since the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs to reach the postseason after
selecting number 1 overall in the draft. In Addition, they are the first team
since the 2018 Miami Dolphins to win their division the season after posting
the league’s worst round.

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The Jaguars (9-8), who ended last in the AFC South with a
3-14 record in 2021 season, are the number 4 seed in the AFC and will play host
to a playoff game against the number 5 seed next weekend.

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The Titans quickly jumped out to a 10-0 lead following a
51-yard field goal from Randy Bullock and a 21-yard passing touchdown from
Joshua Dobbs to Chig Okonkwo. However, the Jaguars’ offense found a way to
respond as Trevor Lawrence hit Christian Kirk for a 25-yard score to trim the
deficit right before halftime.

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Trevor Lawrence finished 20 of 32 passes for 212 yards and
one touchdown. Christian Kirk was his leading receiver with 99 yards and a
touchdown to six catches. As Travis Etienne rushed for 17 yards on seven
carries, the run game was virtually nonexistent.

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Dobbs finished 20 of 29 passes for 179 yards, one
touchdown, and one interception in his second career start. Derrick Henry was
the Titans’ key weapon on offense, as he rushed for 109 yards on 30 carries.