Collins, Johnson help Titans down Jaguars


The Jaguars' 30-3 loss to the Titans Monday was Jacksonville's worst home loss in team history. It was the Titans' largest margin of victory on the road since a 37-point win at Detroit in 2008. Jacksonville has been outscored 96-19 in its three losses this season. After four giveaways and no takeaways Monday, the Jaguars have a -7 turnover margin, second worst in the league behind the 49ers -8.

• Both starting quarterbacks -- Vince Young and David Garrard -- left early in the game with injuries forcing Kerry Collins and Trent Edwards to get considerable playing time. Collins made the most of it completing 11 passes for 110 yards and a touchdown. That gives Collins 3,307 career completions moving him past Hall of Famer Dan Fouts for 10th place all-time.

Chris Johnson ran for 111 yards on Monday, giving him at least 100 rushing yards in each of his last eight road games, which is the second-longest such streak in NFL history. Barry Sanders had a 10-game streak over the 1996 and 1997 seasons. Entering Monday night, Johnson had been tied for the second-longest streak with Marcus Allen, who had a seven-game streak with the Los Angeles Raiders in 1985 and 1986. The last road game in which Johnson didn’t run for 100 yards was in Jacksonville last October 4.