Jets at Titans

8:30 p.m., ESPN

Line: Titans by 11/2

The skinny: The Jets have turned to the running game over the last month to help limit turnovers and have kept their slim playoff hopes alive. Tennessee is allowing 129.4 yards rushing per game, 27th in the league, and couldn't get off the field last week vs. the Colts to get the ball back for the offense.

The Jets (6-7) are a game out of the AFC's sixth and final playoff seed and finish against three teams with losing records starting with the Titans (4-9).

Chris Johnson is ready to help the Titans snap a three-game losing streak if Tennessee and its new offensive coordinator can get him the ball more often.

The Titans haven't run much the last two games since Dowell Loggains took over as coordinator. They haven't had many chances with Jake Locker turning the ball over seven times, and they also unveiled a revamped offensive line last week after losing two more starters to injuries. - Associated PressEndText