For your prime-time viewing pleasure, the NFL presents Tennessee at Jacksonville, with five wins and 13 losses between them.
Sure. Every team gets a chance to show off on Thursday night. And, believe it or not, both the Titans (2-7) and Jaguars (3-6) have some talent worth watching.
For Tennessee, of course, it's Marcus Mariota, who when healthy is having a pretty decent season. He's thrown 13 touchdown passes, a team record for a rookie, and six interceptions, and has a 98.3 passer rating, ninth in the league, ahead of Ben Roethlisberger and both Mannings.
Ten of those TDs and no picks have come on the road.
"I just play my game, play myself," Mariota said. "I don't treat it any different than any other game. It is fun playing in a hostile environment. Any competitive athlete would tell you there's a satisfaction when you are able to compete to the best of your ability on the road."
The Jaguars are developing a nice passing game with Blake Bortles throwing to Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson. If high-priced tight end Julius Thomas begins contributing regularly, they could become outright dangerous.
Jacksonville (No. 27 in AP Pro32) is a 3-point favorite over Tennessee (No. 31). The Jaguars won at Baltimore, but have taken consecutive victories just once since December 2010.