John Glennon’s 10 takeaways from Titans’ win over Jacksonville

By John Glennon

It wasn't a perfectly played game, nor were the Titans able to bask in the adulation of their home fans following a 33-30 victory over Jacksonville in a near-empty Nissan Stadium on Sunday.

But despite the shortcomings and circumstances, the Titans still emerged from their entertaining victory undefeated after two games.

Big deal? Maybe, maybe not. The fact is the Titans are not only atop the AFC South at this point, but 2-0 for the first time since 2008, which just so happens to be the last time they captured a division title.

“Being 2-0 is all we can ask for right now,” Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries said. “When we watch the tape on Tuesday there will be a lot we can fix and a lot we can get better from.”

If that line sounds familiar, it should. In the aftermath of the Titans' season-opening win against Denver, they also had mixed emotions about the performance. On Sunday against Jacksonville, the Titans put on an offensive clinic for a good portion of the contest, as the team scored 30 points on its first six possessions. It was the defense that looked shaky this time, surrendering nearly 500 yards to a Jacksonville offense that lacked big-name talent.

The bottom line, of course: It's much better to try to correct mistakes with a 2-0 record than . . .

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