The Jaguars played their first divisional road game of 2014. They did so against the franchise they have played against the most in their 20-year history, the Titans. Blake Bortles and Storm Johnson had not started elementary school when these two franchises squared off for the first time. However, in the clubs' 39th matchup, both Bortles was the Jaguars' starting quarterback and Johnson was starting at running back. The two played together last year at UCF. Johnson made his first NFL start and scored his first touchdown. For the first time in his NFL career, Bortles tossed for 300 yards. A tightly contested ball game that included an onside kick recovery late ultimately ended in a loss for the Jaguars.
Cecil Shorts III's wife and kids were in town to watch him take on the Titans.
Jordan Todman shared this photo from his touchdown last season in Tennessee.
Roy Miller was ready to go for gameday.
Following a tough loss, Ryan Davis shows his passion for his teammates and the Jaguars fans.
J.T. Thomas made another start at OTTO.
Johnson notched his first NFL start and scored his first career touchdown.
Johnson ripped off the Jaguars' longest run by a running back this season when he scampered for 20 yards against the Steelers. That had folks buzzing even a week later.
J.P. Shadrick gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at the team's radio setup on gameday.
In Nashville, it had rained in the days leading up to Sunday and the wet weather did not stop on gameday morning.
Radio analyst Jeff Lageman chimed in on the rainy weather in Nashville.
The Jaguars were healthy at wide receiver for the first time this season.
The Jaguars started with the ball. A Clay Harbor 59-yard catch and run was key in the Jaguars' opening-drive touchdown.
Ryan O'Halloran tweeted this statistic during the game after Jacksonville held another opponent to a field goal in the red zone.
Both quarterbacks were efficient to start the game.
Following a touchdown with 37 seconds left to cut the Titans' lead to 2, the Jaguars recovered an onside kick.
Bortles put up strong numbers despite the loss.
Bortles' head coach from his days at Oviedo High School wished him good luck.
These fans sent in a selfie after Shorts' tweet asking folks to show their colors on gameday.
Comedian Lil Duval continued to show his Jaguars fandom.
Kevin Peffer, a loyal Jaguars supporter, made the trek to Nashville to watch his favorite team take on the Titans.
A good number of Jaguars fans traveled to Nashville.
Another appearance for Duval Doom in the Social Snapshot.
Fans from the UK were wishing the Jaguars luck on Sunday.
Dogs love to support the Jaguars.
Armand is making his weekly appearance in the Social Snapshot. His drawplays are terrific.
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