The Titans and Jaguars have collectively gone 4-22 this season, with one of Tennessee’s wins coming against the Jaguars.
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The Tennessee Titans and Jacksonville Jaguars both have their own unique ways of losing: the Titans do it by forcibly cycling QBs and other key positional players due to injuries while fielding one of the worst offenses and defense in the league, meanwhile the Jaguars do it by posting offensive numbers not seen since the 1940s and being outscored by over 12 points per game. At 2-10 their next matchup with each other in Week 16 might very well decide who the worst of the worst is this season.
The Jaguars seem more likely to lose out than the Titans as Jacksonville plays the Ravens and Texans – both playing for their playoff lives. Meanwhile the Titans will be playing the 2-11 Jets who are 0-6 on the road this season and a Colts team that will in all likelihood have the division title wrapped up by their Week 17 matchup and resting their starters for the playoffs. Anything is possible which is why it will be interesting to see how these two terrible teams continue to play as the season draws to a close.
Here are the five worst teams in the NFL heading into Week 15:
5. Oakland Raiders – The worst possible thing for the Raiders to do right now would be to string together meaningless wins and decide to retain Tony Sparano as the head coach. Why continue rewarding modicums of success when you have John Harbaugh available literally within walking distance?
4. The NFC South – Half of this division’s 16 wins have come against each other. That means the NFC South is collectively 6-27 against teams outside the division. It is now a guarantee that the division title winner will not have a winning record. There are 6 NFC teams that have a winning record and one of them will be forced to miss the playoffs because of how awful this division is – that is just not fair.
3. New York Jets – Every week you think the Jets have exhausted every possible way to lose a game, and they keep coming up with new ones. This season and Rex Ryan’s tenure as head coach just can’t seem to end fast enough.
2. Tennessee Titans – The Titans had better not be selling jerseys for Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota: Because the New York Jets are 5-19 on the road in the last three seasons – and don’t have a single road win this year.
1. Jacksonville Jaguars – With games still to play against Baltimore and Houston, will the Jaguars score enough points in the final three weeks to avoid a new franchise low in points scored?