Jaguars defense comes up with enormous TD, leads to win over Titans and AFC South title

The Tennessee Titans gave it all they had with a roster that probably isn't playoff worthy. 

The Jacksonville Jaguars needed one big play to pull out the AFC South championship in a hard-fought game, and it wasn't star quarterback Trevor Lawrence who provided it.

The Jaguars dialed up a safety blitz at the right time on a key third down in the fourth quarter.

Rayshawn Jenkins hit Titans quarterback Joshua Dobbs from behind, the ball came out and it was returned 37 yards by Josh Allen for a go-ahead score with 2:51 left.

The Jaguars got a stop after that and they're going to the playoffs with a 20-16 win, which boosted their record to 9-8.

Jacksonville will be the fourth seed in the AFC playoffs. It's just the fourth division championship in Jaguars history, and the second since the 1999 season.

The Jaguars got the first overall pick of the NFL draft in 2022 after a disastrous year with Urban Meyer at coach, and now they're going to the playoffs with new coach Doug Pederson.

It was a great turnaround, even within this season. The Jaguars were 3-7 after a loss to the Chiefs on Nov. 13, and won six of seven after that.