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NASHVILLE http://www.thejaguarslockerroom.com/authentic-a.j.-bouye-jersey , Tenn. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars already have fallen quickly, from being a win away from their first Super Bowl berth in January to last in the AFC South in December.The Tennessee Titans desperately want to avoid joining them as a one-and-done playoff team, especially after sweeping the Jaguars last season.“That’s something we can’t allow to happen,” Titans defensive lineman Jurrell Casey said. “We want to keep them where they’re at — at the end of the division and leave them there. We got to make sure we take care of our part. At the end of the day, we can’t worry about them. We have to worry about ourselves because we ain’t played so hot this year ourselves.”That’s very true. The Titans (6-6) had to rally from 16 points down to beat the Jets 26-22 to snap a two-game skid. Tennessee likely needs to win out and get some help with four teams between the Titans and the second AFC wild-card berth they earned last season.The Jaguars (4-8) may not be mathematically finished just yet after snapping a seven-game skid with a 6-0 shutout of Andrew Luck and the Colts last weekend. Cody Kessler now has a start under his belt, and running back Leonard Fournette will be back from suspension, too. But the Jaguars have lost three straight and five of the last six to Tennessee.“Three straight times?” Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith said. “Dang. We’re going to go out and make sure we get the win. That’s all we’ve got to focus on.”Some things to know about the Jaguars and Titans:FOURNETTE RETURNSYes, Fournette is back after a one-game suspension without pay , which cost the second-year pro nearly $100,000. Getting that extra time off could pay dividends considering most everyone else on the field played four days earlier. The Titans also have allowed 281 and 156 yards rushing over the past two games.“Fournette should be very fresh and have a little pep in his step, and hopefully he can give us a spark that we need,” Jaguars defensive tackle Calais Campbell said.CONTAINING MARIOTATitans quarterback Marcus Mariota has burned the Jaguars with his feet, including an 87-yard touchdown run in 2015. Mariota has a combined 135 yards rushing in Tennessee’s three-game winning streak in the series, including 51 in Week 3’s 9-6 victory. Mariota also led the Titans with 43 yards rushing last week against the Jets and threw for 282 yards.“Super challenging,” Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey said. “You just have to cover for even longer. It’s kind of like a scramble drill. It will turn into backyard football with made-up routes to try to get open and help their quarterback out, so it makes it tough on us.”DEFENSIVE SHOWDOWNThese are two of the NFL’s best defenses, with the Jaguars having just posted the league’s fourth shutout this season. The Jaguars rank third in both fewest overall yards allowed and passing yards. The Jaguars also are the NFL’s fifth-best scoring defense, just a spot ahead of the Titans, who have allowed only 26 touchdowns. That’s tied for third fewest in the NFL.The Titans lead the NFL in red zone defense; they hold opponents to TDs on just 44.1 percent of trips inside the Tennessee 20.HARRISON SHINESJaguars rookie Ronnie Harrison was one of several defensive bright spots last week. The safety had three tackles, including a sack on a fourth-down play, in his first career start. Harrison will remain in the starting lineup against the Titans.“His game, his awareness, he never let the moment get too big for him Womens Leonard Fournette Jersey ,” fellow safety Tashaun Gipson said. “He stepped in and seized the moment. Obviously, he had a big, huge play for us at the end. You can’t script a better first start for a guy like that.”HOME COOKINGThe Titans have won 14 of their last 17 at home, and they’re hoping to lean on that edge with three more home games down the stretch. Linebacker Brian Orakpo made a plea to fans to turn out and be loud from the start.“We need that help,” Orakpo said. “We need that energy, we feed off our crowd. I know it’s been times where we don’t give them nothing to cheer about. But if they come ready, they come loud, they come just prepared like we’re going to be prepared, it’s going to be a long day and a hard day for the Jags and give us that true real home-field advantage.” Read this knowing in the end the Jaguars do not win" NFL draft history: The best, the worst, the JaguarsNew,38commentsRead this knowing in the end the Jaguars do not winEDTShare this storyShare this on FacebookShare this on TwitterShareAll sharing optionsShareAll sharing options for:NFL draft history: The best, the worst, the JaguarsTwitterFacebookRedditPocketFlipboardEmailTroy Taromina: USA Today SportsThe 2019 NFL Draft horse is dead, and we have entered that period in which many will continue to beat it.Put the stick down!For Jaguars fans, the general hope is somehow the team will grab talent on the defensive line or at tight end instead of pulling a need pick out of the hat by taking an offensive tackle. More accurately, a right tackle.Aflie’s piece on picking a defensive lineman echos what many, including myself, have expressed outside of Iowa’s T.J. Hockenson, which is take the best available talent in the defensive trenches. My hope has been Ed Oliver, and while I have been strong on Hockenson, Oliver has become the want.But I digress. Let us not talk 2019 draft here. Instead, we can get distracted by looking at draft history. ESPN’s Bill Barnwell has kindly ranked the best and worst draft classes based on positions Barry Church Jersey , along with classes he thinks warrant watching to see if they become worthy of the label “best”. After reading his piece, I wondered what the Jaguars did during the years Barnwell found noteworthy. Did they miss opportunities? Did they draft well at the position of focus, or did they draft other positions successfully in those years?Yes, draft success and the Jaguars is mixture with a common flavor of ipecac, and after reading this you will probably feel nauseous. But you are here, and you know you are curious.I am sorry I did this.Quarterback Best Class3rd Place : 19981st Place: 1983Barnwell ranks the class of 2004 second, which, if you are a learned Jaguars fan, is an area where the team should have found their replacement to Mark Brunell. Because Shack Harris took Byron Leftwich the year before, he missed the opportunity to grab Ben Rothlesberger. For context, in 2004, the Jaguars drafted WR Reggie Williams. Keep your helmet on Reggie. Worst Class2013 gets the nod for worst class. Jaguars fan favorite Geno Smith (of which I was not) was part of this class, along with EJ Manuel. I recall this draft because I actually called the EJ Manuel to Buffalo pick. The interesting story behind Barnwell’s selection is the 2013 class has been considered an overall bad draft for all positions. Dave Caldwell’s first draft had him grabbing Luke Joeckel, which at the time was considered a solid pick. Unfortunately, it was the more criticized Eric Fisher pick by the Kansas City Chiefs that has yielded a Pro Bowl offensive tackle. Class to WatchOh 2016. One of many memories that the Jaguars do not draft for quarterback depth, or generally fail when evaluating talent at the position. Patrick Mahomes. Jared Goff. Carson Wentz. Dak Prescott. Sigh. Running BackBest Class3rd place: 19831st place: 1990 Jaguars hero Natrone Means was part of the 1983 class, so from one perspective the Jaguars look smart for grabbing him to help their 1996 playoff run. Barnwell has 1995 as the second best class, and no one should feel bad about the Jaguars drafting Tony Boselli, considering Bill holds this class in such high regard due to Terrell Davis (6th round) and Curtis Martin (3rd round), two players the Jaguars could have theoretically grabbed. In those rounds the Jaguars took Marcus Price (OT) and Bryan Schwartz (LB) respectively.The Jaguars did grab James Stewart later in round 1, a player that did offer quality service for his years in Jacksonville. He did score five touchdowns in one game. Ki-Jana Carter was the overall first selection (Tony was second), which does give pause for thought as to who the Jaguars might have taken had the Cincinnati Bengals gone offensive tackle. Carter tore his ACL during preseason of 2015 and never was the same player. Worst Class (1992)Class to WatchAdd insult to injury as Barnwell has his eyes on the year 2017. Jaguars took Leonard Fournette. Kareem Hunt might drag this draft down, but there is also Christian McCaffrey http://www.thejaguarslockerroom.com/authentic-ereck-flowers-jersey , Alvin Kamara, Joe Mixon and Dalvin Cook. Again, sigh. Wide ReceiverBest Class3rd place: 19851st place: 1988 The year is 1996. The highlights are Terrell Owens (3rd) and Marvin Harrison (1st round) taken that year, along with Keyshawn Johnson (an arguable first round bust) and Eric Moulds. The ranking seems more top heavy, and leveraging length of NFL career as opposed to actual production.The Jaguars picked second overall in 1996, grabbing linebacker Kevin Hardy (Keyshawn was taken first). Hardy was a key defensive cog for the Jaguars late 90’s success, and while Harrison had a better overall career it’s hard to criticize the team for not taking a wide receiver that lasted until pick 19. Or not. More on that to come when we look at the best linebacker class.Rather than taking Owens early in round three the Jaguars took cornerback Aaron Beasley. Worst Class1997, led by convicted felon Rae Carruth, yielded some awful talent. Along with Carruth, three receivers who played college ball in the state of Florida were also first round failures: Yatil Green, Ike Hilliard, and Reidel Anthony. All but Carruth were taken before the Jaguars selected Renaldo Wynn with their first pick.The Jaguars only drafted two offensive players in 1997, being tight end Damon Jones and fullback Jamison Shelton. Class to WatchMore to come on this year, 2010, but know the Jaguars decided to pass on Demaryius Thomas, Dez Bryant, Golden Tate, and Antonio Brown. Overall strong pass catching draft. I am not kidding. 2010 is going to be a theme. Oh, and the Jaguars only took one offensive player in this draft: running back Deji Karim. Tight EndBest Class2nd place: 1978Knowing what we all know about the history of the Jaguars ignoring the position, it is a bit surprising the Jaguars actually qualify as a team drafting the position in two of Barnwell’s rankings. 1997 holds the third position, with Tony Gonzalez being the shinning star. Beyond Gonzalez there is not much to applaud, and therefore no criticism to leverage against the Jaguars.Damon Jones lasted four season, and presently coaches offense line at Jacksonville’s Ribault high school.The top class Womens Brad Nortman Jersey , and remember I warned you, is 2010.This class is capped by Rob Gronkowski (2nd), Jermaine Gresham (1st) and Jimmy Graham (3rd). This was the year of the Tyson Alualu pick at 10, one of many Gene Smith head scratchers. With no 2nd round pick, one might argue D’Anthony Smith in the 3rd instead of Greshman was a miss, but with Marcedes Lewis on the roster maybe it is not as big.The other tight ends on the team were Zach Miller and Zach Potter so maybe I will not be so forgiving. Worst Class (1971) Class to WatchIn 2013, the Jaguars believed Zach Ertz and Travis Kelce were not worth grabbing, though only Ertz was available near selection spot with Jonathan Cyprien going just ahead of him (Kelce was selected just before Dwayne Gratz). The Dave Caldwell era thusly began. Offensive LineBest/Worst Class1994 is third, 1980 second, and 1973 first. Worst class is 1991.Class to WatchAgain. 2010. Again. Sigh. I do not want to talk about it. Defensive LineBest Class2nd place: 19851st place: 1975As if upset that 2010 is getting so much attention, the 2011 draft logs in at third best defensive line draft. You might remember this as the year the Houston Texans took J.J. Watt. Oh, and there is also Cameron Jordan and Ryan Kerrigan. On the interior you have Cameron Heyward and Jurell Casey. Barnwell notes that while Aldon Smith, Muhammad Wilkerson and Robert Quinn have seen a drop in production, early on they made an impact.Present Jaguars defensive tackle Marcell Dareus, taken third overall, also adds to the quality of this draft.Do you recall the Jaguars 2011 draft? If not (how is that even possible), here is Alfie’s summary from 2011. All you need to know: 1) The team traded their second pick to move up and take Blaine Gabbert, 2) The team thought Chris Prosinski was a 4th round gem, and 3) Cecil Shorts III was the best pick of the draft. Worst Class (1982) Class to WatchBarnwell thinks the 2011 class might actually rise in the rankings. Great. As if 2011 was not bad enough LinebackerBest Class2nd place: 19741st place: 1981 Third place is 1996. As already discussed, Kevin Hardy was the Jaguars first pick of this draft, and while a good performer he does not match up to Ray Lewis, Zach Thomas, Tedy Bruschi or Donnie Edwards.For what it is worth Dawuane Smoot Jersey , the Jaguars took defensive end Tony Brackens with their second round pick. How critical are you willing to be? Worst ClassThe 2001 class, according to Barnwell, had only one linebacker start more than five season, though there was promise for often injured Dan Morgan. I will call this a win for the Jaguars in spite of the fact they did take two linebackers in 2001: Eric Westmoreland (3rd) and Anthony Denman (7th). Neither made an impactFor the Jaguars, this draft is famous for first round pick Marcus Stroud.Fun fact, 7th round pick Randy Chevrier, the Jaguars final pick in 2001, made a fine career for himself in the CFL playing for the Calgary Stampeders. He was a member of three Grey Cup champion teams, with one being the Edmonton Eskimos. Class to WatchOh 2012, what could have been. A sober Justin Blackmon. Realizing a backup for Blaine Gabbert was needed by taking Russell Wilson in round three instead of Bryan Anger. Not releasing Brandon Marshall. But hey, we got our defensive lineman in Andre “Windmill” Branch in round two!!!Defensive BackBest Class2nd place: 19831st place: 1981Barnwell has 2003 as the third best class, with the likes of Troy Polamalu, Charles Tillman, Asante Samuel, Terence Newman and Marcus Trufant.Jaguars fans might take issue with the omission of 2nd round pick Rashean Mathis not being listed. Jaguars fans might also feel the team’s selection of Byron Leftwich instead of a player like Trufant or Polamalu was ground zero for coach Jack Del Rio’s consistent average results, and the general failure of the team to be a consistent playoff attendee.Some might.Worst Class (1978) Class to WatchSeriously, is Barnwell going to convince me 2010 is in fact worse than 2011? I recall Eric Berry being the guy Jaguars fans wanted to draft. Earl Thomas and Joe Haden are also 2010 alums.Barnwell closes out his article calling 1984 the worst overall class. Best classes are 1996 (3rd), 1981, (2nd) and 1983 (1st). His class to watch is 2011, and for Jaguars fans that may actually be the class we would most like to forget. Take that class of 2010!