(Wesley Hitt/Getty Images North America)
(Wesley Hitt/Getty Images North America)

NASHVILLE — Thanks to Maurice Jones-Drew and four turnovers, the Jacksonville Jaguars earned their first win of the season.

Jones-Drew, the main bellwether of an otherwise anemic Jacksonville offense, carried 21 times for 41 yards and one touchdown to help the win-less Jaguars earn their first win of the 2013-14 season.

If there was any team that needed a win on Sunday, it was the hapless Jaguars.

Widely projected to have the first pick in the 2014 NFL draft, Jacksonville was nowhere fast, and with the impending departure of Jones-Drew in free agency, Jacksonville could very well be a complete different team in 2014-15.

With no real playmaker besides Jones-Drew on offense, Jacksonville has few options thanks to the off-the-field antics of troubled wideout Justin Blackmon and former first-round pick and bust in Blaine Gabbert.

Sunday’s win over the Titans—who lost starter Jake Locker—will most likely be few and far between.

For now, Jacksonville can enjoy seeing a number other than zero in the win column.

Robert D. Cobb is the Founder/CEO/Senior Editor-In-Chief Of The Inscriber : Digital Magazine, for questions, comments and concerns email me at robert.cobb@ follow me on Twitter @RC_TheInscriber and follow The Inscriber : Digital Magazine on Twitter at @TheInscriber   



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