JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Titans lead the Jaguars 6-3 at the half here at EverBank Field.
A look at what's stood out:
Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota completed 9-of-18 passes for 80 yards in the half. He was intercepted by linebacker Telvin Smith. Mariota was sacked once.
Kicker Ryan Succop accounted for all of Tennessee's scoring with a pair of field goals – from 40 and 41 yards.
Linebacker Brian Orakpo sacked Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles, forcing a fumble that was recovered by linebacker Erik Walden.
Safety Curtis Riley intercepted a Bortles pass that was tipped by linebacker Avery Williamson.
Receiver Taywan Taylor left the game with an ankle injury, but returned and made a 17-yard run on a reverse.
Running back Derrick Henry produced a strong run – and a first down – on 3rd and 1.
Receiver Rishard Matthews took a big hit after making a nice catch for a 15-yard gain. Matthews later hauled in a 20-yard pass to put the Titans in field goal position just before the half.
The Titans had a bad stretch of sloppy tackling in the second quarter.
Cornerback Adoree' Jackson made a nice open-field tackle on Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette for a one-yard loss on Jacksonville's first offensive series.
Receiver Eric Decker made back-to-back catches during an early scoring drive, which ended with a 40-yard kick by Ryan Succop.
DeMarco Murray ripped off runs of 4, 4, 4 and seven yards on a first quarter scoring drive.
The Titans allowed points (a field goal) to the Jaguars on their first offensive series, but forced a three-and-out when Jacksonville got the ball a second time.
Rookie linebacker Jayon Brown was on the scene early to break up a pass.
The Tennessee Titans take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 2 action at EverBank Field. (Photos: Donn Jones, AP)