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What To Watch For — Week 3 Jaguars vs. Tennessee

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: WEEK 3 vs. TENNESSEE TITANS

Sunday, September 23, 2018

1 p.m. ET // TIAA Bank Field // Jacksonville, Fla.

 

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS:

  • Including the Jaguars’ AFC Wild Card win over the Bills, the Jaguars have won seven consecutive home games at TIAA Bank Field, tied for the second-longest winning streak in franchise history (regular season and postseason).
  • A win on Sunday against the Titans would mark the eighth consecutive home victory, which would be the second-longest home winning streak in franchise history.

LONGEST HOME WINNING STREAKS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

(REGULAR SEASON AND POSTSEASON)

 

 

RANK

CONSECUTIVE

HOME WINS

 

DATES

1. 13 Sept. 29, 1996 – Nov. 13, 1997
2. 7* Nov. 5, 2017 – Sept. 16, 2018
  7 Oct. 17, 1999 – Jan. 15, 2000
4. 6 Dec. 18, 2005 – Nov. 5, 2006
  6 Sept. 13, 1998 – Dec. 6, 1998
     
* Denotes active streak

 

  • The Patriots (at Lions) are on the road this weekend, so the Jaguars (vs. Titans) and Vikings (vs. Bills) can extend their active home winning streaks to eight games this weekend and tie New England for the longest active home winning streak (regular season and postseason).
  • The Jaguars play two more consecutive home games at TIAA Bank Field to close out the month of September (Sept. 23 vs. Tennessee; Sept. 30 vs. the New York Jets).

 

LONGEST ACTIVE HOME WINNING STREAKS IN THE NFL

(REGULAR SEASON AND POSTSEASON)

 

 

RANK

 

TEAM

CONSECUTIVE

HOME WINS

 

DATES

1. New England 8* Oct. 22, 2017 – Sept. 9, 2018
2. Jacksonville 7* Nov. 5, 2017 – Sept. 16, 2018
  Minnesota 7* Oct. 15, 2017 – Sept. 9, 2018
4. Carolina 6* Nov. 5, 2017 – Sept. 9, 2018
       
* Denotes active streak

 

  • The Jaguars returned all six Pro Bowl selections from the 2017 season. It marks the most returning Pro Bowl selections in franchise history.
  • The Jaguars have scored nine defensive TDs since 2017, including the postseason – the most in the NFL over that span.
  • The Jaguars converted 71.4 pct. of their third down opportunities in Week 2 vs. New England (10 of 14), the second-highest third down conversion rate in a game in franchise history.

HIGHEST THIRD DOWN PERCENTAGE IN A GAME IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

RANK

 

DATE

 

OPPONENT

 

RESULT

3RD DOWN

ATTEMPTS

3RD DOWN

CONVERSIONS

3RD DOWN

PERCENTAGE

1. 10/20/96 St. Louis L, 17-14 14 11 78.6%
2. 9/16/18 New England W, 31-20 14 10 71.4%
  12/6/15 Tennessee L, 42-39 14 10 71.4%
4. 10/22/95 Cleveland W, 23-15 17 12 70.6%

  • The Jaguars have played in 17 overtime games in their 24-year history, posting an 8-9 record (4-1 at home; 4-8 on the road) – the Jaguars defeated the Los Angeles Chargers, 20-17, in their last overtime appearance on Nov. 12, 2017.
  • The Jaguars are looking to finish first in their division in back-to-back seasons for the first time since 1998-99.
  • The Jaguars are one of seven remaining undefeated teams in the NFL, joining Miami, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Denver, Tampa Bay and the Los Angeles Rams.
  • The Jaguars are one of three teams that qualified for the playoffs last season to start 2-0 this season, joining Kansas City and the Los Angeles Rams.
  • The temperature at kickoff in Week 2 against the Patriots was 97 degrees Fahrenheit, which is the warmest game in Jaguars history and the highest temperature in an NFL game since Arizona hosted Green Bay on Sept. 21, 2003 and the temperature was 102 degrees.

WARMEST GAMES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RANK DATE OPPONENT RESULT TEMPERATURE
1. Sept. 16, 2018 vs. New England W, 31-20 97
1. Sept. 11, 2016 vs. Green Bay L, 23-27 90
  Sept. 12, 2010 vs. Denver W, 24-17 90
3. Sept. 26, 2010 vs. Philadelphia L, 3-28 89
 
(All degrees in Fahrenheit)

HEAD COACH DOUG MARRONE:

Marrone’s career regular season won-lost record as a head coach: 28-24 (.538)

  • 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars: 2-0
  • 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars: 10-6
  • 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars (interim HC): 1-1
  • 2014 Buffalo Bills: 9-7
  • 2013 Buffalo Bills: 6-10

  • During Marrone’s 20-game tenure as the head coach of the Jaguars (final two weeks of the 2016 season as the interim head coach – present), the team is…
  • 8-2 at home
  • 12-3 when scoring first
  • 12-4 when scoring 20+ points
  • 11-1 when leading after the first quarter (113-34 all-time)
  • 12-1 when leading at halftime (116-30 all-time)
  • 12-0 when leading after the third quarter (129-30)

  • Marrone has challenged 29 calls during his 52 games as a head coach, and he has won 18 of those challenges (62.1 pct.), including one of two challenges in 2018.

  • Marrone is 4-1 in September as the head coach of the Jaguars.

  • A win in Week 3 vs. Tennessee would improve Marrone’s divisional record to 6-3 with the Jaguars. He is currently 12-8 in the division as a head coach in the NFL, including 7-5 during his two seasons in Buffalo.

  • Marrone’s .650 winning percentage (13-7) with the Jaguars in 2016 (1-1), 2017 (10-6) and 2018 (2-0) is the highest by a head coach in the franchise’s history. Current Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin’s .531 win percentage (68-60) ranks second in franchise history.

Marrone’s career won-lost record AT HOME as a head coach: 17-9 (.654)

  • 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars: 1-0
  • 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars: 6-2
  • 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars (interim HC): 1-0
  • 2014 Buffalo Bills: 5-3
  • 2013 Buffalo Bills: 4-4

Marrone’s career won-lost record IN DIVISIONAL GAMES as a head coach: 12-8 (.600)

  • 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars: 0-0
  • 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars: 4-2
  • 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars (interim HC): 1-1
  • 2014 Buffalo Bills: 4-2
  • 2013 Buffalo Bills: 3-3

Marrone’s career won-lost record as a head coach WHEN LEADING AT HALFTIME: 22-5 (.815)

  • 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars: 2-0
  • 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars: 9-0
  • 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars (interim HC): 1-1
  • 2014 Buffalo Bills: 5-3
  • 2013 Buffalo Bills: 5-1

In Doug Marrone’s 52 games as a head coach in the NFL, his teams have a +186 scoring margin:

  • 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars: +16
  • 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars: +149
  • 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars (interim HC): +16
  • 2014 Buffalo Bills: +54
  • 2013 Buffalo Bills: -49

In Doug Marrone’s 52 games as a head coach in the NFL, his teams have a +20 turnover margin:

  • 2018 Jacksonville Jaguars: 0
  • 2017 Jacksonville Jaguars: +10
  • 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars (interim HC): 0
  • 2014 Buffalo Bills: +7
  • 2013 Buffalo Bills: +3

In Doug Marrone’s 52 games as a head coach in the NFL, his teams have totaled:

  • 176 sacks (3.4/game)
  • 66 INTs (1.3/game)
  • 13 defensive TDs (one every four games)

 

QB BLAKE BORTLES (5):

  • In his last four regular season games at TIAA Bank Field (all wins), Bortles has thrown for 1,279 yards (319.8 per game), 11 TDs and one INT for a passer rating of 122.8. Jacksonville is 4-0 during that stretch with wins over Indianapolis (30-10), Seattle (30-24), Houston (45-7) and New England (31-20), boasting a point differential of +75.
  • Is the only player this season to post at least 500 passing yards and 50 rushing yards through the first two weeks of the season
  • Has posted a passer rating of at least 110 in four consecutive home games entering Week 3

BORTLES’ LAST FOUR REGULAR SEASON GAMES AT TIAA BANK FIELD

 

DATE

 

OPPONENT

 

COMP

 

ATT

COMP.

PCT.

PASS

YARDS

PASS

TDs

 

INTs

 

SACKS

PASSER

RATING

9/16/18 vs. N.E. 29 45 64.4 376 4 1 0 111.0
12/03/17 vs. IND 26 35 74.3 309 2 0 1 119.8
12/10/17 vs. SEA 18 27 66.7 268 2 0 0 123.7
12/17/17 vs. HOU 21 29 72.4 326 3 0 1 143.8
TOTALS 4-0 94 136 69.1 1,279 11 1 2 122.8

  • His 376 passing yards in Week 2 were the third-most in a game in his career, and the most ever in a Jaguars victory

MOST PASSING YARDS IN A GAME IN BORTLES’ CAREER

RK. DATE OPPONENT PASSING YARDS
1. 12/24/17 at S.F. 382
2. 11/8/15 at NYJ 381
3. 9/16/18 vs. N.E. 376
4. 12/27/15 at N.O. 368
5. 10/27/16 at TEN 337

  • Surpassed 15,000 career passing yards in Week 1, which was his 63rd career game. He became the fastest player in franchise history to surpass 15,000 career passing yards and joins QB Mark Brunell (20,698 passing yards) and QB David Garrard (16,003) as the only passers in franchise history with 15,000-plus passing yards.
  • Needs six more games with at least 300 passing yards to surpass QB Mark Brunell (22; 1995-2003) for the most 300-yard passing games in franchise history – Bortles is currently at 17 300-yard games after throwing for 377 yards in the team’s Week 2 victory over New England
  • With 251 passing yards in Week 3 vs. Tennessee, he would pass New York’s Joe Namath (15,487 from 1965-69), Cincinnati’s Carson Palmer (15,630 from 2004-08) and Buffalo’s Jim Kelly (15,730 from 1986-90) and move into 16th on the list for the most passing yards through a player’s first five NFL seasons.

MOST PASSING YARDS THROUGH A PLAYER’S FIRST FIVE SEASONS IN NFL HISTORY

RANK PLAYER YEARS TEAM GAMES PLAYED PASSING

YARDS

1 Peyton Manning 1998-2002 IND 80 20,618
2 Dan Marino 1983-87 MIA 71 19,422
3 Andrew Luck 2012-16 IND 70 19,078
4 Matt Ryan 2008-12 ATL 78 18,957
5 Ryan Tannehill 2012-16 MIA 77 18,455
6 Drew Bledsoe 1993-97 N.E. 76 18,348
7 Cam Newton 2011-15 CAR 78 18,263
8 Russell Wilson 2012-16 SEA 80 18,193
9 Andy Dalton 2011-15 CIN 77 18,008
10 Joe Flacco 2008-12 BAL 80 17,633
11 Matthew Stafford 2009-13 DET 61 17,457
12 Jeff Garcia 1999-2003 S.F. 74 16,408
13 Aaron Brooks 2000-04 N.O. 72 16,274
14 Marc Bulger 2002-06 STL 60 16,233
15 Jay Cutler 2006-10 TOT 68 15,964
16 Jim Kelly 1986-90 BUF 71 15,730
17 Carson Palmer 2004-08 CIN 65 15,630
18 Joe Namath 1965-69 NYJ 69 15,487
19 Blake Bortles 2014-18 JAX 64 15,480

  • His 95 TD passes, 1,365 completions and 15,480 passing yards are the most through 64 career games in franchise history
  • Week 3 will mark his 65th career game, and his 95 TD passes, 1,365 completions and 15,480 passing yards are already the most through 65 career games in franchise history

MOST CAREER PASSING YARDS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

PASSING

YARDS

1. Mark Brunell 1995-2003 120 25,698
2. David Garrard 2002-10 86 16,003
3. Blake Bortles 2014-18 64 15,480

  • Needs five passing TDs to join Mark Brunell (144) as the only QBs with at least 100 passing TDs in franchise history

MOST CAREER PASSING TOUCHDOWNS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

PASSING

TOUCHDOWNS

1. Mark Brunell 1995-2003 120 144
2. Blake Bortles 2014-18 64 95
3. David Garrard 2002-10 86 89

 

  • Needs 42 completions to surpass QB David Garrard (1,406) and move into second on the team’s all-time completions list

MOST CAREER COMPLETIONS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

 

COMPLETIONS

1. Mark Brunell 1995-2003 120 2,184
2. David Garrard 2002-10 86 1,406
3. Blake Bortles 2014-18 64 1,365

  • Has been sacked two-or-fewer times in 17 of the last 21 games entering Week 3
  • He is 6-1 in games where he isn’t sacked – Jacksonville allowed zero sacks in the team’s victory over New England in Week 2
  • Has had six fourth quarter comebacks and seven game-winning drives

CAREER GAME-WINNING DRIVES AND FOURTH QUARTER COMEBACKS

NO. DATE OPPONENT RESULT NOTES
1 11/30/14 NYG 25-24 4QC / GWD
2 9/20/15 MIA 23-20 GWD
3 10/25/15 BUF 34-31 4QC / GWD
4 11/15/15 AT BAL 22-20 4QC / GWD
5 11/19/15 TEN 19-13 4QC / GWD
6 10/16/16 AT CHI 17-16 4QC / GWD
7 11/12/17 LAC 20-17 4QC / GWD
 
4QC = fourth quarter comeback // GWD = game-winning drive

  • Has started 63 consecutive games entering Week 2, the fifth-longest consecutive games started streak among active NFL QBs

MOST CONSECUTIVE STARTS BY ACTIVE NFL QUARTERBACKS

 

RK.

 

NAME

 

TEAM

CONSECUTIVE

STARTS

1. Philip Rivers LAC 194
2. Matt Ryan ATL 133
3. Matthew Stafford DET 114
4. Russell Wilson SEA 98
5. Blake Bortles JAX 63

  • His 6.38 rush avg. is the highest among active QBs with at least 200 rush attempts and the third-highest in NFL history among QBs with at least 200 rush attempts, trailing only Michael Vick’s 7.00 career rushing avg. and Bobby Douglass’ 6.47 career rushing avg.
  • His 41-yard rush in Week 1 against the Giants was the longest run of his career
  • For his career, has totaled 1,487 rushing yards on 233 carries (6.38 rush avg.)

HIGHEST YARDS PER RUSH AVG. BY A QUARTERBACK IN NFL HISTORY (MIN. 200 ATTEMPTS)

RK. NAME ACTIVE YEARS RUSH AVG.
1. Michael Vick No 2001-15 7.00
2. Bobby Douglass No 1969-78 6.47
3. Blake Bortles Yes 2014-18 6.38
4. Randall Cunningham No 1985-2001 6.36
5. Greg Landry No 1968-84 6.17

 

CB A.J. BOUYE (21):

  • Was named a Pro Bowl starter in 2017
  • Named an Associated Press second-team All-Pro selection in 2017
  • Led the Jaguars in INTs (six) and passes defensed (18) in 2017
  • His 18 passed defensed last season were the sixth-most in the NFL
  • His six INTs in 2017 were the most by a Jaguar since 2006 (CB Rashean Mathis, eight) and tied for the second-most in a season in team history
  • Set a career-high with two INTs in Week 14 of the 2017 season, intercepting Seattle QB Russell Wilson twice in the third quarter
  • Was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Week 10 of the 2017 season after intercepting Los Angeles Chargers QB Philip Rivers in OT and returning it 51 yards to set up the game-winning FG
  • Joined fellow CB Jalen Ramsey as the only Jaguars DBs to win AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors over the past 12 seasons (last before Ramsey was CB Rashean Mathis in 2006)

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RK. NAME YEARS INTs
1. Rashean Mathis 2003-12 30
2. Aaron Beasley 1996-2001 15
3. Donovin Darius 1998-2006 14
4. Derek Cox 2009-12 12
5. Paul Posluszny 2011-17 11
6. Chris Hudson 1995-98 8
  Mike Peterson 2003-08 8
8. Jason Craft 1999-2003 7
  Deon Grant 2004-06 7
  Marlon McCree 2001-03 7
  Reggie Nelson 2007-09 7
  Telvin Smith 2014-17 7
  Dave Thomas 1995-99 7
14. A.J. Bouye 2017-18 6
  Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 6
  Five others   6

MOST INTERCEPTIONS IN A SEASON IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RK. NAME YEARS INTs
1. Rashean Mathis 2006 8
2. Aaron Beasley 1999 6
  A.J. Bouye 2017 6
  Marlon McCree 2002 6

  • His INT in Week 10 of the 2017 season marked the Jaguars’ fourth-ever INT in overtime.
  • Joined CB Derek Cox and CB Rashean Mathis (twice) as the only three players in franchise history to intercept a pass in overtime
  • His 18 passes defensed in 2017 were the fourth-most in a season by a Jaguars player since the stat began being tracked in 2001.

MOST PASSES DEFENSED IN A SEASON IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK NAME YEAR PDs
1. Davon House 2015 23
2. Rashean Mathis 2006 21
  Rashean Mathis 2004 21
4. A.J. Bouye 2017 18

 

 

 

 

 

 

MOST CAREER PASSES DEFENSED IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

RANK

 

PLAYER

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

PASSES DEFENSED
1 Rashean Mathis 2003-12 137 104
2 Daryl Smith 2004-12 126 39
3 John Henderson 2002-09 124 38
4 Paul Posluszny 2011-17 100 37
5 Derek Cox 2009-12 47 32
6 Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 34 31
7 Brian Williams 2006-08 45 29
8 Fernando Bryant 1999-2003 72 27
  Deon Grant 2004-06 48 27
10 Jason Craft 1999-2003 71 26
11 Donovin Darius 1998-2006 115 24
  Telvin Smith Sr. 2014-17 60 24
13 Davon House 2015-16 32 23
  Marcus Stroud 2001-07 100 23
15 Reggie Nelson 2007-09 45 20
  Mike Peterson 2003-08 78 20
17 A.J. Bouye 2017-18 18 18

  • Needs six tackles for 200 career tackles
  • Registered four games with multiple passes defensed in 2017, tied for the most such games in a season in his career (also four in 2016)
  • Needs 12 tackles in Week 3 to set a new single-game career-high
  • Needs five passes defensed in Week 3 to set a new single-game career-high

DL CALAIS CAMPBELL (93):

  • Was named to his third Pro Bowl and was designated as a starter for the 2018 Pro Bowl before withdrawing due to injury
  • Has registered 5.5 sacks in his last five September games entering Sunday’s Week 3 matchup
  • Owns the Jaguars’ single-season sack record after posting 14.5 sacks in 2017

MOST SACKS IN A SEASON IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK NAME YEAR SACKS
1. Calais Campbell 2017 14.5
2. Tony Brackens 1999 12.0
  Yannick Ngakoue 2017 12.0
4. Tony Brackens 2001 11.0
5. Kevin Hardy 1999 10.5
6. Gary Walker 1999 10.0
  Bobby McCray 2006 10.0

 

  • Finished second in the NFL (and led the AFC) with 14.5 sacks in 2017
  • Finished with four games with multiple sacks (at least 1.5) in 2017, tied for the most in a season in franchise history (DE Yannick Ngakoue also posted four games with multiple sacks in 2017)
  • His four career games with multiple sacks (at least 1.5) are the fifth-most in franchise history

MOST CAREER GAMES WITH MULTIPLE SACKS

(AT LEAST 1.5) IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES WITH 1.5+ SACKS
1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 8
2. Kevin Hardy 1996-2001 6
3. Reggie Hayward 2005-08 5
  Marcus Stroud 2002-07 5
5. Calais Campbell 2017-18 4
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 4
  Four others   4

  • Finished with four games with 2.0-plus sacks in 2017, tied for the most in a season in franchise history (DE Yannick Ngakoue also posted four in 2017)
  • His four career games with 2.0-plus sacks are tied for the second-most in franchise history.

MOST CAREER GAMES WITH 2.0-PLUS

SACKS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES WITH 2.0+ SACKS
1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 8
2. Reggie Hayward 2005-08 4
  Marcus Stroud 2002-07 4
  Calais Campbell 2017-18 4
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 4
  John Henderson 2002-09 4
  Clyde Simmons 1996-97 4

  • Has posted 15 multi-sack (at least 1.5 sacks) games in his 156-game career
  • His four multi-sack (at least 1.5) games in 2017 were his most in a single season.
  • Needs 4.0 more sacks in 2018 to register his 10th consecutive season with at least 5.0 sacks
  • His 15.5 career sacks with the Jaguars rank 17th in franchise history.

MOST CAREER SACKS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

YEARS

WITH JAX

GAMES

PLAYED

CAREER

SACKS

1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 107 55.0
2. Joel Smeenge 1995-2000 84 34.0
3. John Henderson 2002-09 124 29.0
4. Kevin Hardy 1996-2001 86 28.5
  Paul Spicer 2000-08 115 28.5
6. Gary Walker 1999-2001 47 22.5
7. Bobby McCray 2004-07 61 22.0
  Marcus Stroud 2001-07 100 22.0
9. Rob Meier 2000-08 138 21.5
  Daryl Smith 2004-12 126 21.5
11. Jeremy Mincey 2007-13 64 20.0
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 34 20.0
13. Tyson Alualu 2010-16 110 17.5
  Reggie Hayward 2005-09 45 17.5
15. Sen’Derrick Marks 2013-16 52 16.0
  Clyde Simmons 1996-97 32 16.0
17. Calais Campbell 2017-18 18 15.5
18. Mike Peterson 2003-08 78 15.0
19. Malik Jackson 2016-18 34 14.5
20. Andre Branch 2012-15 51 14.0

  • Has started 60 consecutive games entering Week 3, the third-longest consecutive games started streak among active NFL DEs

MOST CONSECUTIVE STARTS BY ACTIVE NFL DEFENSIVE ENDS

 

RK.

 

NAME

 

TEAM

CONSECUTIVE

STARTS

1. Cameron Jordan N.O. 99
2. Carlos Dunlap CIN 70
3. Calais Campbell JAX 60

SS BARRY CHURCH (42):

  • Posted a career-high four INTs in 2017
  • Registered an INT in back-to-back games (Week 15 and 16) in 2017 for the first time in his career
  • Registered his first career pick-six in Week 5 of the 2017 season after intercepting Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger and returning the INT 51 yards for a TD
  • Needs one forced fumble to register his first forced fumble since Oct. 16, 2016 at Green Bay
  • Has registered multiple INTs in three seasons (2017 – 4, 2016 – 2, 2014 – 2)

WR KEELAN COLE (84):

  • Has caught a TD in four consecutive home games entering Week 3, tied for the longest streak in franchise history
  • Has posted at least 50 receiving yards in five of his last six games
  • Has recorded at least one reception of 20-plus yards in six of his last seven games
  • His 748 receiving yards in 2017 were the most by an undrafted rookie in franchise history
  • His 748 receiving yards in 2017 were the second-most by a rookie in franchise history (WR Justin Blackmon – 865 yards in 2012)
  • Became the first rookie to catch a TD pass in three consecutive games (Weeks 13-15) in franchise history last season

P LOGAN COOKE (9):

  • His six punts inside the 20 are the second-most in the NFL, and the most among rookie punters
  • 60.0 pct. of his punts are downed inside the 20, the third-highest percentage in the NFL

MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20 THIS SEASON

 

RANK

 

PLAYER

 

TEAM

 

PUNTS

PUNTS

INSIDE 20

PUNTS INSIDE

20 PERCENTAGE

1. Britton Colquitt CLE 15 7 46.7%
2. Logan Cooke JAX 10 6 60.0%
  Matt Wile MIN 10 6 60.0%
4. Seven players     5  

MOST PUNTS INSIDE THE 20 BY A JAGUARS ROOKIE

 

RANK

 

PLAYER

 

YEAR

GAMES

PLAYED

 

PUNTS

PUNTS

INSIDE 20

PUNTS INSIDE

20 PERCENTAGE

1. Bryan Anger 2012 16 91 31 34.1%
2. Adam Podlesh 2007 16 54 14 25.9%
3. Logan Cooke 2018 2 10 6 60.0%

DT MARCELL DAREUS (99):

  • The two-time Pro Bowl selection (2014, 2015) made his Jaguars debut in Week 9 of the 2017 season after being acquired via trade with Buffalo.
  • His five tackles in Week 1 against the Giants were his most in a game during his 11-game tenure with the Jaguars
  • Registered his first sack with the Jaguars in Week 17 of the 2017 season
  • Needs 2.0 sacks in Week 3 to register his first game with 2.0-plus sacks since Nov. 27, 2016 (2.0 sacks vs. JAX)
  • Needs eight tackles to tie his single-game career-high (twice: last on Nov. 12, 2016 vs.  JAX)
  • Needs 3.0 sacks to tie his single-game career-high (twice: last on Nov. 19, 2014 vs. K.C.)
  • Needs 4.0 sacks for 40.0 career sacks
  • Needs two passes defensed for 15 career passes defensed
  • Is seeking his first career INT
  • Seeking his first forced fumble since Oct. 5, 2014 at Detroit

RB LEONARD FOURNETTE (27):

  • Needs 143 rushing yards against Tennessee in Week 3 to have the most rushing yards through 15 career games in franchise history (currently RB Fred Taylor: 1,223 rushing yards through 15 career games)

MOST RUSHING YARDS THROUGH 15 CAREER GAMES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEAR

RUSH YDS THROUGH 15 CAREER GAMES
1. Fred Taylor 1998 1,223
2. Leonard Fournette 2017-18 1,081

(through 14 games)

3. Maurice Jones-Drew 2006 895
4. T.J. Yeldon 2015-16 824
5. James Stewart 1995 602

  • Joined RB Fred Taylor (1,223) as the only rookies in franchise history to rush for at least 1,000 yards after rushing for 1,040 in 2017
  • Joined RB Fred Taylor (seven occasions) and RB Maurice Jones-Drew (three occasions) as the only players in franchise history to rush for at least 1,000 yards in a single season
  • The Jaguars are 4-1 in the regular season and 1-0 in the postseason when he rushes for 100-plus yards
  • Has rushed for 100-plus yards in five career games, and joins RB James Stewart (six games), RB Maurice Jones-Drew (27 games) and RB Fred Taylor (47 games) as the only players in franchise history to rush for 100-plus yards in at least five games.
  • Has scored a rushing TD in three of his last five regular season games entering Week 3
  • His 1,081 rushing yards are already the second-most through 15 career games in Jaguars history (Fred Taylor – 1,223)

MOST RUSHING YARDS THROUGH 15 CAREER GAMES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEAR

RUSH YARDS THROUGH 15 CAREER GAMES
1. Fred Taylor 1998 1,223
2. Leonard Fournette 2017-18 1,081

(through 14 games)

3. Maurice Jones-Drew 2006 895

  • Needs one rushing TD against Tennessee to join RB Fred Taylor (14) and RB Maurice Jones-Drew (12) as the only players in franchise history to register double-digit rushing TDs through their first 15 career games for the Jaguars

 

MOST RUSHING TOUCHDOWNS THROUGH 15 CAREER GAMES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEAR

RUSH TDs THROUGH 15 CAREER GAMES
1. Fred Taylor 1998 14
2. Maurice Jones-Drew 2006 12
3. Leonard Fournette 2017-18 9

(through 14 games)

  • In 2017, became the first rookie in NFL history to post a TD run of at least 75 yards in consecutive games (Oct. 8 at PIT and Oct. 15 vs. LAR)
  • Made his NFL debut in Week 1 of the 2017 season and became the first Jaguars player to rush for 100-plus yards in his first career NFL game
  • His 90-yard TD run in Week 5 at Pittsburgh was the longest TD run in franchise history, while his 75-yard TD run in Week 6 vs. the Los Angeles Rams was the sixth-longest TD run in franchise history, as well as the eighth-longest run in franchise history

LONGEST RUNS FROM SCRIMMAGE IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

RANK NAME DATE OPPONENT LENGTH OF RUN
1. Leonard Fournette 10/8/17 at PIT 90t
2. Maurice Jones-Drew 11/1/09 at TEN 80t
  Fred Taylor 12/9/07 vs. CAR 80t
4. Maurice Jones-Drew 11/1/09 at TEN 79t
5. Fred Taylor 10/12/98 vs. MIA 77t
6. Fred Taylor 10/14/07 vs. HOU 76
  Fred Taylor 12/10/06 vs. IND 76
8. Leonard Fournette 10/15/17 vs. LAR 75t

DE DANTE FOWLER JR. (56):

  • Made his 2018 debut in Week 2 and registered a strip-sack on Patriots QB Tom Brady, and recovered the fumble
  • Is seeking back-to-back games with a sack for the first time since Weeks 4-5 of the 2017 season
  • Registered 1.0 in three consecutive games from Week 3 to Week 5 during the 2017 season
  • Registered his third career forced fumble (all three have been on strip-sacks) in Week 2 vs. New England – also posted strip-sacks in Week 1 of the 2017 season at Houston and Week 4 of the 2017 season at the New York Jets
  • Set a career-high with 8.0 sacks in 2017
  • Needs 2.5 sacks for a single-game career-high (currently 2.0 on Sept. 18, 2016 at S.D.)
  • His 13.0 career sacks are already the third-most through 34 career games in Jaguars history

MOST SACKS THROUGH 33 CAREER GAMES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK NAME YEARS TOTAL SACKS
1. Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 20.0
2. Tony Brackens 1996-97 15.0
3. Dante Fowler Jr. 2016-18 13.0 (through 33 career games entering Week 3)

S TASHAUN GIPSON SR. (39):

  • Held Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski to 15 receiving yards (on two catches), his fewest receiving yardage total in his last 20 games
  • Tied his single-game career-high with two INTs in Week 5 at Pittsburgh last season – has posted two INTs in a single game on three occasions
  • Needs five passes defensed for 40 career passes defensed
  • Needs four INTs in 2018 to post his fourth career season with at least four INTs
  • Needs one INT in 2018 to register an INT in his seventh consecutive season

LB MYLES JACK (44):

  • Posted 10 tackles and a pick six in the team’s Week 1 victory over the New York Giants
  • Is one of three players in franchise history to post 10-plus tackles and a pick six in a single game, joining LB Telvin Smith Sr.  and LB Mike Peterson
  • Including the postseason, has registered a takeaway in three of his last four games entering Week 3
  • Set a career-high with 14 tackles in Week 1 of the 2017 season at Houston
  • Has not missed a game since being drafted 36th overall in the 2016 NFL Draft (34 appearances)

DT MALIK JACKSON (97):

  • Was named to his first Pro Bowl in 2017
  • Has produced five tackles for loss in his last seven games entering Week 3
  • Has registered 6.5 sacks in his last 12 games entering Week 3
  • His 8.0 sacks in 2017 were the most by a Jaguars DT since Sen’Derrick Marks (8.5) in 2014 and 2.0 shy of the franchise record by a DT (Gary Walker’s 10.0 sacks in 1999).
  • Has appeared in 92 consecutive games, the second-longest consecutive games played streak among defensive tackles (Ndamukong Suh – 101)
  • Set a career-high with 8.0 sacks in 2017
  • Needs 5.0 sacks in 2018 to register his fourth consecutive season with 5.0-plus sacks
  • His 1.5 sacks in Week 7 of the 2017 season marked his first multi-sack (at least 1.5 sacks) game since the 2016 season finale on Jan. 1, 2017.
  • His 14.5 career sacks with the Jaguars rank 19th in franchise history

MOST CAREER SACKS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

YEARS

WITH JAX

GAMES

PLAYED

CAREER

SACKS

1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 107 55.0
2. Joel Smeenge 1995-2000 84 34.0
3. John Henderson 2002-09 124 29.0
4. Kevin Hardy 1996-2001 86 28.5
  Paul Spicer 2000-08 115 28.5
6. Gary Walker 1999-2001 47 22.5
7. Bobby McCray 2004-07 61 22.0
  Marcus Stroud 2001-07 100 22.0
9. Rob Meier 2000-08 138 21.5
  Daryl Smith 2004-12 126 21.5
11. Jeremy Mincey 2007-13 64 20.0
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 34 20.0
13. Tyson Alualu 2010-16 110 17.5
  Reggie Hayward 2005-09 45 17.5
15. Sen’Derrick Marks 2013-16 52 16.0
  Clyde Simmons 1996-97 32 16.0
17. Calais Campbell 2017-18 18 15.5
18. Mike Peterson 2003-08 78 15.0
19. Malik Jackson 2016-18 34 14.5
20. Andre Branch 2012-15 51 14.0

K JOSH LAMBO (4):

  • Has made 74 of 87 career FGs (85.1 FG pct.) in the regular season
  • Including the postseason, has made 78 of 91 career FGs (85.7 FG pct.)
  • In 12 career regular season games for the Jaguars since signing on Oct. 17, 2017, he has made 22 of 23 FGs (95.7 pct.), including all 13 FG attempts at TIAA Bank Field
  • Has made 14 consecutive FGs entering Week 3
  • Has not missed a FG since Week 11 of the 2017 season (his only missed FG of the 2017 season)
  • If he makes his next FG (15th consecutive), he will be tied for the fifth-most consecutive made FGs in franchise history.

 

MOST CONSECUTIVE MADE FIELD GOALS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

DATES

CONSECUTIVE

MADE FGS

1. Josh Scobee Nov. 27, 2011 – Nov. 4, 2012 20
  Mike Hollis Nov. 1, 1998 – Sept. 19, 1999 20
3. Jason Myers Nov. 15, 2015 – Sept. 11, 2016 16
  Mike Hollis Oct. 12, 1997 – Nov. 30, 1997 16
5. Josh Scobee Sept. 11, 2011 – Nov. 13, 2011 15
  Josh Scobee Oct. 1, 2006 – Nov. 26, 2006 15
7. Josh Lambo Nov. 19, 2017 – Sept. 16, 2018 14*
  Josh Scobee Dec. 23, 2012 – Nov. 10, 2013 14
  Josh Scobee Sept. 12, 2010 – Nov. 14, 2010 14
       
* Denotes active streak

MOST CONSECUTIVE MADE FIELD GOALS IN THE NFL // ACTIVE STREAKS

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

TEAM

CONSECUTIVE

MADE FGS

1. Robbie Gould San Francisco 28
2. Justin Tucker Baltimore 22
3. Graham Gano Carolina 19
4. Randy Bullock Cincinnati 14
  Josh Lambo Jacksonville 14

  • Including the postseason, has made 18 consecutive FGs entering Week 3
  • His 95.0 FG pct. in 2017 was the highest in a season in franchise history among kickers with at least 10 FG attempts
  • His game-winning FG in overtime in Week 10 against the Los Angeles Chargers in 2017 was the 17th game-winning FG in franchise history and just the fourth game-winning FG in overtime in franchise history
  • His 56-yard FG in Week 9 versus Cincinnati in 2017 was the longest of his career and tied for the third-longest in franchise history

LONGEST FGS IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

RANK NAME DATE OPP. DISTANCE
1. Josh Scobee 10/3/10 IND 59
2. Jason Myers 9/20/15 MIA 58
3. Josh Lambo 11/5/17 CIN 56
  Jason Myers 12/24/16 TEN 56

  • Has made 6 of 10 career FGs (60.0 FG pct.) from 50-plus yards
  • Has made 27 of 39 FGs (69.2 FG pct.) from 40-plus yards

HIGHEST FG PERCENTAGE IN JAGUARS HISTORY (MIN. 10 FG ATTEMPTS)

RANK PLAYER YEARS CAREER

FG PCT.

FGs

MADE

FGs

ATTEMPT

1. Josh Lambo 2017-18 95.7 22 23
2. John Carney 2007 81.8 9 11
3. Jason Myers 2015-17 81.0 64 79
4. Josh Scobee 2004-14 80.8 235 291
5. Mike Hollis 1995-2001 80.6 175 217

 

C BRANDON LINDER (65):

  • Has started all 47 games in which he’s played since being selected in the third round (93rd overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft
  • Made first 18 starts at RG and last 29 at C

WR JAYDON MICKENS (85):

  • Was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Week 14 versus Seattle of the 2017 season – his second AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honor in 2017
  • Became the first returner in Jaguars history to win multiple AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors
  • First specialist since K Josh Scobee in 2005 to win multiple AFC Special Teams Player of the Week honors in the same season
  • His 72-yard return against the Seahawks on Dec. 10, 2017 was the longest of his career (27 career punt returns) and the fifth-longest in team history.
  • His 10.6-yard punt return avg. last season was the fifth-highest in the NFL in 2017 among players with at least 10 punt returns.
  • Also named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in Week 9 vs. Cincinnati after posting a 63-yard punt return TD
  • Appearing in his second career game and on his second career punt return, took a punt 63 yards for a TD in the fourth quarter of Week 9 to give Jacksonville a 23-7 lead on Nov. 5, 2017 against Cincinnati
  • His punt return TD marked the sixth career punt return TD in franchise history and the first since WR Rashad Greene Sr. on Dec. 13, 2015 vs. Indianapolis.
  • With his 63-yard punt return TD on Nov. 5, 2017, joins WR Rashad Greene Sr. (Dec. 13, 2015 vs. Indianapolis), WR Mike Thomas (Dec. 19, 2010 at Indianapolis), WR Bobby Shaw (Oct. 6, 2002 vs. Philadelphia) and WR Reggie Barlow (Nov. 21, 1999 vs. New Orleans; Sept. 13, 1998 vs. Kansas City) as the only players in Jaguars history to return a punt for a TD
  • Needs one more punt return TD to join WR Reggie Barlow as the only players in franchise history with multiple punt return TDs
  • Needs one punt return of 60-plus yards to become the first player in franchise history with at least three career punt returns of 60-plus yards

DE YANNICK NGAKOUE (91):

  • Is tied for first in the NFL with seven QB hurries in 2018

MOST QUARTERBACK HURRIES IN 2018

 

RANK NAME TEAM QB HURRIES
1. Yannick Ngakoue Jacksonville 7
  Bud Dupree Pittsburgh 7
  Dee Ford Kansas City 7
4. Four players   5

 

  • His 10 career forced fumbles are tied for the 13th-most by a player through his first three seasons since the stat began being tracked in 1993

MOST FORCED FUMBLES BY A PLAYER THROUGH HIS FIRST THREE SEASONS (SINCE 1993)

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

 

TEAM

GAMES

PLAYED

FORCED

FUMBLES

1 Robert Mathis 2003-05 IND 45 17
2 Dwight Freeney 2002-04 IND 47 16
3 Jevon Kearse 1999-2001 TEN 48 15
4 Derrick Thomas* 1989-91 K.C. 47 13
  Richard Dent* 1983-85 CHI 48 12
  Von Miller 2011-13 DEN 40 12
  Julius Peppers 2002-04 CAR 44 12
  DeMarcus Ware 2005-07 DAL 48 12
9 Jared Allen 2004-06 K.C. 47 11
  Tony Brackens 1996-98 JAX 43 11
  Charles Grant 2002-04 N.O. 48 11
  Will Smith 2004-06 N.O. 46 11
13 Tamba Hali 2006-08 K.C. 47 10
  Ryan Kerrigan 2011-13 WAS 48 10
  Mo Lewis 1991-93 NYJ 48 10
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 JAX 33 10
  Alec Ogletree 2013-15 STL 36 10
  Broderick Thomas 1989-91 T.B. 48 10

  • His 10 forced fumbles from 2016-17 were the most by a player 22 or younger since forced fumbles began being tracked as an official statistic in 1993
  • Led the NFL with sixed forced fumbles in 2017 – two shy of the franchise record (eight by DE Tony Brackens in 1999)
  • Became the first Jaguars player to register at least 10.0 sacks in the first or second season of his career in 2017 (12.0 sacks)
  • Has registered eight career strip-sacks in 34 career games (10 total forced fumbles)
  • His 10 forced fumbles rank second in franchise history, trailing only DE Tony Brackens (28)
  • Finished with four games with multiple sacks (at least 1.5) in 2017, tied for the most in a season in franchise history (DL Calais Campbell also posted four in 2017)
  • His four career games with multiple sacks (at least 1.5) are the fifth-most in franchise history

 

MOST CAREER GAMES WITH MULTIPLE SACKS

(AT LEAST 1.5) IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES WITH 1.5+ SACKS
1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 8
2. Kevin Hardy 1996-2001 6
3. Reggie Hayward 2005-08 5
  Marcus Stroud 2002-07 5
5. Calais Campbell 2017-18 4
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 4
  Four others   4

  • Finished with four games with 2.0-plus in 2017, tied for the most in a season in franchise history (DL Calais Campbell also posted four in 2017)
  • His four career games with 2.0-plus sacks are tied for the second-most in franchise history.

MOST CAREER GAMES WITH 2.0-PLUS SACKS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES WITH 2.0+ SACKS
1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 8
2. Reggie Hayward 2005-08 4
  Marcus Stroud 2002-07 4
  Calais Campbell 2017-18 4
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 4
  John Henderson 2002-09 4
  Clyde Simmons 1996-97 4

  • Set the Jaguars rookie record for sacks in a season with 8.0 in 2016
  • His 20.0 sacks are the most by a player through 34 career games in franchise history
  • His 20.0 career sacks are already the most through 35 career games in franchise history

MOST SACKS THROUGH 35 CAREER GAMES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK NAME YEARS TOTAL SACKS
1. Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 20.0 (through 34 career games entering Week 3)
2. Tony Brackens 1996-98 15.0
3. Dante Fowler Jr. 2016-18 13.0 (through 33 career games entering Week 3)

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • His 12.0 sacks in 2017 were the third-most in a season in franchise history.

 

MOST SACKS IN A SEASON IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RANK NAME YEAR SACKS
1. Calais Campbell 2017 14.5
2. Tony Brackens 1999 12.0
  Yannick Ngakoue 2017 12.0
4. Tony Brackens 2001 11.0
5. Kevin Hardy 1999 10.5

  • His 20.0 career sacks with the Jaguars rank 11th in franchise history.
  • Needs 2.0 sacks to move into a tie for seventh on the team’s all-time sack list

MOST CAREER SACKS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

YEARS

WITH JAX

GAMES

PLAYED

CAREER

SACKS

1. Tony Brackens 1996-2003 107 55.0
2. Joel Smeenge 1995-2000 84 34.0
3. John Henderson 2002-09 124 29.0
4. Kevin Hardy 1996-2001 86 28.5
  Paul Spicer 2000-08 115 28.5
6. Gary Walker 1999-2001 47 22.5
7. Bobby McCray 2004-07 61 22.0
  Marcus Stroud 2001-07 100 22.0
9. Rob Meier 2000-08 138 21.5
  Daryl Smith 2004-12 126 21.5
11. Jeremy Mincey 2007-13 64 20.0
  Yannick Ngakoue 2016-18 34 20.0
13. Tyson Alualu 2010-16 110 17.5
  Reggie Hayward 2005-09 45 17.5
15. Sen’Derrick Marks 2013-16 52 16.0
  Clyde Simmons 1996-97 32 16.0
17. Calais Campbell 2017-18 18 15.5
18. Mike Peterson 2003-08 78 15.0
19. Malik Jackson 2016-18 34 14.5
20. Andre Branch 2012-15 51 14.0

CB JALEN RAMSEY (20):

  • Named a Pro Bowl starter in 2017
  • Selected as an Associated Press first-team All-Pro in 2017
  • Has posted an INT in three of his last five home games, including the AFC Wild Card game against Buffalo
  • Posted a career-high four INTs in 2017
  • Including the regular season and postseason, his seven career INTs are the most by a player 23 or younger in Jaguars history (turns 24 on Oct. 24).
  • Needs two more INTs before Oct. 24 to have the most career INTs (regular season and postseason) by a Jaguars player 24 or younger.
  • Since being drafted fifth overall in 2016, his 31 passes defensed are the fourth-most in the NFL over that span (2016-present)

MOST PASSES DEFENSED IN THE NFL SINCE 2016

 

RANK NAME TEAM PASSES DEFENSED
1. Robert Alford ATL 42
2. Darius Slay DET 39
3. Brent Grimes T.B. 35
4. Jalen Ramsey JAX 31
5. Bashaud Breeland WAS 30

  • His 31 passes defensed through three seasons are the second-most in franchise history

MOST PASSES DEFENSED THROUGH FIRST THREE SEASONS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

 

RANK

 

NAME

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

PASSES

DEFENSED

1. Rashean Mathis 2003-05 48 46
2. Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 34 31
3. Derek Cox 2009-11 35 21
4. Reggie Nelson 2007-09 45 20
5. Telvin Smith 2014-16 46 19

MOST PASSES DEFENSED IN A SEASON IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RK. NAME YEAR PDs
1. Davon House 2015 23
2. Rashean Mathis 2006 21
  Rashean Mathis 2004 21
4. A.J. Bouye 2017 18
5. Jalen Ramsey 2017 17

  • Has started every game of his 34-game NFL career since being drafted fifth overall in the 2016 NFL Draft
  • Won AFC Defensive Player of the Week after his performance in Week 16 against Tennessee during his rookie season in 2016, joining LB Telvin Smith Sr. as the only Jaguars rookies in franchise history to win AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RK. NAME YEARS INTs
1. Rashean Mathis 2003-12 30
2. Aaron Beasley 1996-2001 15
3. Donovin Darius 1998-2006 14
4. Derek Cox 2009-12 12
5. Paul Posluszny 2011-17 11
6. Chris Hudson 1995-98 8
  Mike Peterson 2003-08 8
8. Jason Craft 1999-2003 7
  Deon Grant 2004-06 7
  Marlon McCree 2001-03 7
  Reggie Nelson 2007-09 7
  Telvin Smith 2014-18 7
  Dave Thomas 1995-99 7
14. A.J. Bouye 2017-18 6
  Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 6
  Five others   6

 

MOST CAREER PASSES DEFENSED IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

RANK

 

PLAYER

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

PASSES DEFENSED
1. Rashean Mathis 2003-12 137 104
2. Daryl Smith 2004-12 126 39
3. John Henderson 2002-09 124 38
4. Paul Posluszny 2011-17 100 37
5. Derek Cox 2009-12 47 32
6. Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 34 31
7. Brian Williams 2006-08 45 29
8. Fernando Bryant 1999-2003 72 27
  Deon Grant 2004-06 48 27
10. Jason Craft 1999-2003 71 26
11. Donovin Darius 1998-2006 115 24
  Telvin Smith 2014-18 62 24
13. Davon House 2015-16 32 23
  Marcus Stroud 2001-07 100 23
15. Reggie Nelson 2007-09 45 20
  Mike Peterson 2003-08 78 20
17. A.J. Bouye 2017-18 18 18

TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS (88):

  • Made his Jaguars debut in Week 1 against the Giants and caught three passes for 25 yards
  • Caught his first career TD for the Jaguars in Week 2 vs. New England on a 4-yard TD pass from QB Blake Bortles
  • Posted a career-high 50 receptions in 2017 with the New York Jets
  • Needs at least five receptions in Week 3 to register his first game with at least five catches since Nov. 12, 2017 at T.B. (six)
  • Posted a career-high eight receptions on Oct. 15, 2017 against New England
  • Has surpassed 100 receiving yards in a game one time in his career (110 yards, Sept. 13, 2015 vs. NYJ)

LB TELVIN SMITH SR. (50):

  • Earned his first career Pro Bowl selection in 2017
  • Named an Associated Press second-team All-Pro selection in 2017
  • Has won three AFC Defensive Player of the Week honors, the most by a defender in franchise history
  • His 462 career tackles are the ninth-most in franchise history.

MOST CAREER TACKLES IN JAGUARS HISTORY

 

RANK NAME YEARS CAREER TACKLES
1. Daryl Smith 2004-12 1,089
2. Paul Posluszny 2011-17 973
3. Donovin Darius 1998-2006 858
4. Mike Peterson 2003-08 837
5. Kevin Hardy 1996-2001 789
6. John Henderson 2002-09 563
7. Rashean Mathis 2003-12 554
8. Akin Ayodele 2002-05 489
9. Telvin Smith Sr. 2014-18 462

  • Has registered five-plus passes defensed in three consecutive seasons
  • His 462 tackles since entering the league in 2014 are the sixth-most in the NFL over that span
  • Including the three postseason games last season, has registered seven-plus tackles in six consecutive games
  • Totaled five takeaways during the 2017 season, and added a fumble recovery during the 2017 postseason
  • After registering a pick six in Week 5 at Pittsburgh last season, needs one more INT returned for a TD to join CB Rashean Mathis (3; 2003-12) as the only players with at least three INTs returned for TDs in franchise history

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RK. NAME YEARS INTs
1. Rashean Mathis 2003-12 30
2. Aaron Beasley 1996-2001 15
3. Donovin Darius 1998-2006 14
4. Derek Cox 2009-12 12
5. Paul Posluszny 2011-17 11
6. Chris Hudson 1995-98 8
  Mike Peterson 2003-08 8
8. Jason Craft 1999-2003 7
  Deon Grant 2004-06 7
  Marlon McCree 2001-03 7
  Reggie Nelson 2007-09 7
  Telvin Smith Sr. 2014-18 7
  Dave Thomas 1995-99 7
14. A.J. Bouye 2017-18 6
  Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 6
  Five others   6

  • His two INTs returned for TDs are the second-most in franchise history (most by LB).

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS RETURNED FOR TOUCHDOWN IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RK. NAME YEARS INT-TD
1. Rashean Mathis 2003-12 3
2. Aaron Beasley 1996-2001 2
  Telvin Smith Sr. 2014-18 2

 

  • His seven career INTs are the third-most by a LB in franchise history.

 

MOST CAREER INTERCEPTIONS BY A LINEBACKER IN JAGUARS HISTORY

RK. NAME YEARS INTs
1. Paul Posluszny 2011-17 11
2. Mike Peterson 2003-08 8
3.

 

Telvin Smith Sr. 2014-18 7

MOST CAREER PASSES DEFENSED IN FRANCHISE HISTORY

 

RANK

 

PLAYER

 

YEARS

GAMES

PLAYED

PASSES DEFENSED
1 Rashean Mathis 2003-12 137 104
2 Daryl Smith 2004-12 126 39
3 John Henderson 2002-09 124 38
4 Paul Posluszny 2011-17 100 37
5 Derek Cox 2009-12 47 32
6 Jalen Ramsey 2016-18 34 31
7 Brian Williams 2006-08 45 29
8 Fernando Bryant 1999-2003 72 27
  Deon Grant 2004-06 48 27
10 Jason Craft 1999-2003 71 26
11 Donovin Darius 1998-2006 115 24
  Telvin Smith Sr. 2014-18 62 24
13 Davon House 2015-16 32 23
  Marcus Stroud 2001-07 100 23
15 Reggie Nelson 2007-09 45 20
  Mike Peterson 2003-08 78 20
17 A.J. Bouye 2017-18 18 18
         

WR DEDE WESTBROOK (12):

  • Has registered at least 70 receiving yards in four of the last seven games entering Week 3
  • Has registered at least four receptions in six of nine career games entering Week 3
  • Posted a career-high 83 receiving yards in Week 2 vs. New England
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