0-5 Jags return to work, ready for Titans

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — One season ago the Jaguars were coming off a huge loss to San Francisco in London to drop them to 0-8 on the season, were in the fourth quarter of a game with Tennessee clinging to a two point lead when with 4:15 left in the game, Will Blackmon stole the ball. "The big play was really Jordan's touchdown run that gave us the lead, that play just really cemented the win," said Blackmon. It was significant in so many ways, giving the Jags their first win of the season and kick starting them to a 4-4 second half finish. "Trusting the process is something new to me," said Blackmon who down played the significance of his game sealing fumble recovery and touchdown. The Jaguars hope despite that 0-5 start this year, they can get things going again this week at Tennessee. The 1-4 Titans have troubles of their own, including injuries at quarterback. Jacksonville will start rookie Blake Bortles for the third consecutive game at qb and hopes he can continue his development. "I hate to call them rookies, but I guess we could be using up to 8 first year players on offense this week," said Jags Offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch. One of those rookies is running back Storm Johnson, who will see his workload increase. "I have a lot to work on in all area's of my game, but am trying to get better," said Johnson. You can watch the Jags-Titans Sunday on CBS47 beginning at 1pm.