The Jaguars edged the Titans to punch their playoff ticket on Saturday after the Chiefs rolled past the Raiders to clinch the No 1 overall seed in the AFC.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are AFC South champions for the first time in five years, a title secured when Josh Allen returned a fumble 37 yards for a touchdown that helped them seal a 20-16 victory over Tennessee on Saturday night.
Rayshawn Jenkins forced Josh Dobbs’ fumble, and Allen scooped up the bouncing ball and ran, untouched, the other way for a lead that held up against the Titans in a win-and-in game in the regular-season finale for both.
Jacksonville earned the No 4 seed in the conference playoffs and will host either the Los Angeles Chargers or Baltimore in the wild-card round next weekend.
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