The Jacksonville Jaguars are desperately searching for their first win of the regular season, and they are off to a good start on Sunday afternoon in Week 10. While they are facing off against the dangerous Tennessee Titans, the Jaguars were able to strike early and get a 7-0 lead.
Jaguars running back Maruice Jones-Drew was the man who punched it in to the endzone for the team, which gave them their first opening drive touchdown of the season.
Considering they were never able to strike first, it’s easy to see why they have yet to win a game.
The Jaguars scoring drive was set up by a fumble on the first play of the game from Titans running back Chris Johnson, who obviously couldn’t build off of the success he had just one week ago.
There is plenty of football left to go, but the Jaguars are off to a good start and they have to hope they can keep things going.