The Tennessee Titans’ biggest rivals are arguably the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Tennessee and Jacksonville have had plenty of intense battles over the years, and plenty of memorable moments.
One of those memorable moments came last season when running back Derrick Henry rushed for 238 yards (including a 99 yard touchdown run) in a win on Thursday Night Football.
The win against Jacksonville last December was the Titans’ 29th regular season win against the Jaguars.
On Monday night, a video that referenced the Titans’ domination of the Jaguars over the last 20 years was tweeted. Former Titans running back Chris Johnson quote tweeted the video simply with the phrase “facts”.
— Chris Johnson (@ChrisJohnson28) March 5, 2019
The Titans’ record against the Jaguars all time (dating back to 1995, when Jacksonville entered the league) is 29-20. Over the last two years, Tennessee’s record against their AFC South rivals is 25-18.
I’m not sure that qualifies as “embarrassing the Jaguars for 20 years”, but there’s no doubt the Titans have been the better team for the duration of Jacksonville’s existence in the NFL.
By the way, when Henry rushed for 238 yards against the Jaguars last season, it broke Johnson’s previous single game franchise record of 228 yards (also set against the Jaguars).
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