Thursday night thrashing: Titans roll Jaguars

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Five things to know about the Titans’ 36-22 victory against the AFC South-rival Jaguars on Thursday night at Nissan Stadium, the third consecutive season Tennessee has beaten Jacksonville at home. The Titans (4-4) evened their record at the midpoint of the season and are within a half game of first place in the division. The Jaguars (2-5) have lost two straight and are in last place.

Mariota turned in a stellar performance

Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota completed 18 of 22 passes for 270 yards, two touchdowns and a 148.1 passer rating. It was his first career home game without a turnover. He took his final snap early in the fourth quarter and was replaced by Matt Cassel. Mariota has multiple touchdown passes in four consecutive games, the longest streak by a Titans quarterback since Kerry Collins in 2010, according to ESPN Stats & Information.

Murray and Henry dominated

Running back DeMarco Murray cracked 100 rushing yards for the fourth time…

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