Wednesday, December 13, 2006 at 1:00am

The last time the Tennessee Titans faced the Jacksonville Jaguars, all was not well.

In fact, little has gone right for the Titans against the Jaguars in quite awhile.

One upon a time, the Titans dominated this rivalry, winning 10 of 12 from Jacksonville, including the most memorable victory in franchise history, the AFC Championship Game at Alltel Stadium in the 1999 playoffs.

Of late, though, the Jaguars have dominated the AFC South rivalry, defeating Tennessee three consecutive games, including a 40-13 thrashing at the end of last season and a 37-7 shellacking six weeks ago.

Since that trouncing, the Titans have regrouped, thanks in large part to the emergence of quarterback Vince Young, who has helped spark a four-game winning streak.

Now, the Jags loom on the horizon again this week, and the Titans believe they are ready for Sunday

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