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The Titans, who sacked David Garrard seven times in the season opener and held the Jaguars to a season-low 33 yards rushing, clamped down in the second half.
Garrard had little time, Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew had little room and Jacksonville had little chance of staying out front. The Jaguars endured their biggest collapse since coach Jack Del Rio's first game in 2003 (14 points) and ended up setting a franchise record with 10 punts.
Haynesworth, who had two sacks in the opener, finished with seven tackles, a sack and a forced fumble. He was in the backfield on just about every play. Carr was nearly as good filling in after backup Eric King left with an injury. King started in place of Nick Harper.
Garrard tried to pick on Carr, but it backfired. Garrard finished 13-of-30 for 135 yards with an interception when Carr picked one off late.
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