Possible Milestones for Texans vs. Jaguars

Find out some of the statistical possibilities for the Jaguars for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.

 

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: WEEK 6 vs. HOUSTON TEXANS

 

From: NFL Media

DE Tyson Alualu:

·         Has played in 85 consecutive games since entering the league as a first-round pick (10th overall) in 2010, tied for the longest active streak by an NFL defensive tackle (CIN’s Domata Peko)

·         Alualu’s streak of 85 consecutive games played is the eighth longest in team history

·         Needs one tackle for 325 in his career

·         Needs one tackle for loss to have registered multiple TFLs in all six NFL seasons

 

P Bryan Anger:

·          Ranks first in franchise history in career punting average (46.8) and net punting average (40.5)

·         Ranks third in team history with 97 punts inside the 20

·         Is three punts inside the 20 shy of becoming the third Jaguars punter in franchise history to punt 100 times inside the 20

 

OG Zane Beadles:

·         Has appeared in all 85 games since entering the NFL as a second round selection (45th overall) in 2010 with Denver.

·         His streak of 85 consecutive games played is the fourth longest active streak by an NFL offensive linemen

 

QB Blake Bortles:

·         Will make his 20th appearance and 19th career start on Sunday vs. Houston

·         Looking to win his fifth game as the starting QB

·         Needs four passing TDs for 25 in his career

·         Has yet to rush for a TD in the NFL

·         Needs 27 completions to surpass Blaine Gabbert (414) and move into fifth place on the Jaguars all-time completions list

·         Has thrown a TD pass in five consecutive games for the first time in his career

·         His streak of five consecutive games with a touchdown pass is the seventh-longest active streak in the NFL

·         Is the only QB in the 2014 draft class that has a thrown a TD pass in all five games this season

 

FS Sergio Brown:

·         Needs one pass defensed for 10 in his career

 

OL A.J. Cann:

·         Took over as the starting RG in Week 4 at Indianapolis and has started the last two games entering Week 6 vs. Houston

 

DE Chris Clemons:

·         Needs 0.5 sacks to move into sole possession of sixth place on the NFL’s all-time sack list by undrafted players

·         Has posted 12 multi-sack games, the last coming against Indianapolis on 11/24/14 when he registered three first quarter sacks against Andrew Luck, tying a Jaguars single-game record and tying the NFL’s first quarter record

·         Two tackles shy of 250 for his career

 

CB Aaron Colvin:

·         Has registered a sack in back-to-back games and became the first Jaguars DB to achieve the feat since Kiwaukee Thomas in 2001.

·         Has started all five games of the 2015 season at RCB

 

SS Johnathan Cyprien:

·         Needs one pass defensed for 10 in his career

·         Needs 18 tackles for 250 in his career

 

RB Toby Gerhart:

·         Needs three receptions for 100 in his career

 

RB Corey Grant:

·         Has returned eight kickoffs for 220 yards (27.5 KR avg.), including a long of 40 yards on the first return of his career in Week 1 vs. Carolina

 

CB Dwayne Gratz:

·         Needs seven tackles for 100 in his career

·         Needs three passes defensed for 15 in his career

 

TE Clay Harbor:

·         Needs two receiving TDs for 10 in his career

 

CB Davon House:

·         Leads the team with seven passes defensed, which ranks second in the NFL

·         Has posted 10-plus passes defensed in three consecutive seasons entering 2015

 

WR Allen Hurns:

·         Leads the team with 27 receptions, the seventh-most by a Jaguars player through the first five games in team history

·         Posted a career-high 11 receptions in Week 4 at Indianapolis, the fifth-most in a game in franchise history

·         Has posted a reception in all 21 games since joining the Jaguars as an undrafted free agent in 2014

·         His streak of 21 consecutive games with a reception is the longest by a Jaguars players since TE Marcedes Lewis caught a pass in 26 consecutive games from Week 5 of the 2008 season – Week 15 of the 2009 season.

·         His streak of 21 consecutive games with a reception is the 12th-longest in team history

·         Enters Week 5 with a receiving TD in three consecutive games for the first time in his career

·         With a receiving TD in Week 6 vs. Houston, Hurns would become the fifth player in franchise history to catch a touchdown in four consecutive games, which would tie the team record.

·         Needs 73 receptions, 529 receiving yards and seven receiving TDs over the final 11 games of 2015 to set the NFL record for an undrafted player in their first two NFL seasons.

 

TE Marcedes Lewis:

·         Needs 16 receptions to surpass Maurice Jones-Drew (335) and move into third on the Jaguars all-time receptions list (currently at 315 career receptions)

·         Needs four receiving TDs to surpass Keenan McCardell (30) and move into second on the Jaguars all-time receiving TDs list (currently at 27 career receiving TDs)

·         Has 33 receptions of 25-plus yards, the third-most in team history (McCardell ranks second with 40)

 

DT Sen’Derrick Marks:

·         Needs 4.5 sacks for 20.0 in his career

·         Needs three passes defensed for 20 in his career

 

DT Roy Miller:

·         Needs 4.0 sacks for 10.0 career sacks

 

K Jason Myers:

·         First-year kicker has made 8-of-11 career field goals (72.7%), including a career-long 58-yarder in Week 2 vs. Miami

 

DL Jared Odrick:

·         Needs 2.5 sacks for 20.0 in his career

·         Registered a sack-fumble in Week 2 vs. Miami on QB Ryan Tannehill, marking his third consecutive season with a forced fumble

 

LB Paul Posluszny:

·         Needs three passes defensed for 35 in his career

·         Needs two forced fumbles for 10 in his career

·         Needs 3.0 sacks for 15 in his career

·         Has registered seven-plus tackles in 24 of the last 27 games

·         Needs 11 tackles for 50 tackles on the season, marking his eighth straight season with 50+ tackles

 

WR Allen Robinson:

·         Posted a career-high 155 receiving yards and two TDs on six receptions (25.8 rec. avg.) in Week 2 vs. Miami

·         Has made four-plus receptions in 13 of the last 14 games (one reception in Week 1 vs. Carolina)

·         Tied for third in the NFL in receiving touchdowns (4), fourth in yards per reception (18.3) and 12th in receiving yards (402)

·         Has registered 60-plus yards in four consecutive games for the first time in his career

 

RB Denard Robinson

·         Needs 324 yards for 1,000 career rushing yards

OLB Dan Skuta:

·         Three tackles shy of 100 for his career

·         3.5 sacks shy of 10.0 for his career

 

OLB Telvin Smith:

·         Has registered nine-plus tackles in seven consecutive games entering Week 6 vs. Houston

·         Has made five-plus tackles in 11 consecutive games entering Week 6 vs. Houston

 

TE Julius Thomas

·         Needs 198 receiving yards for 1,500 on his career

·         Needs one TD for 25 career TDs

 

C Stefen Wisniewski:

·         Has started all 66 games in which he’s played since entering the league as a second-round (48th overall) draft selection by Oakland in 2011.

 

RB T.J. Yeldon:

·         Has recorded the NFL’s sixth most carries (most among rookies)

·         Ranks third among NFL rookies (15th overall) with 291 rushing yards

·         His 291 rushing yards are the most by a Jaguars rookie through the first five games of the season since Fred Taylor (379 yards) in 1998

·         Leads all NFL rookie RBs with 364 scrimmage yards (291 rushing, 73 receiving), trailing only OAK’s Amari Cooper (388)


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