QB BLAKE BORTLES
• Is the youngest of only four NFL QBs since at least 1960 to post at least 2,300 passing yards (2,381), 19 passing TDs (19) and 200 rushing yards (203) through nine games, joining MIN’s Daunte Culpepper (2,712-25-204) in 2004, SF’s Jeff Garcia (2,344-23-212) in 2000 and SF’s Steve Young (2,435-21-227) in 1998.
• Has thrown for multiple TDs in a franchise-record five straight games ... At 23 years old, is the youngest NFL QB to do so since DET’s Matthew Stafford from Oct. 31, 2010 - Oct. 16, 2011 (eight games).
• Has captained three game-winning drives in 2015, including two fourth-quarter comebacks ... Leads all NFL QBs with eight passing TDs in the last five minutes of a half (second and fourth quarters).
WR ALLEN ROBINSON
• At 22 years, 86 days old, is the youngest NFL player to register 750-plus receiving yards (758) and seven-plus receiving TDs (seven) through nine games since CHI’s Mike Ditka (771-9) at 22 years, 25 days old in 1961.
• Joins ARI’s Larry Fitzgerald (836-7), NE’s Rob Gronkowski (806-8) and NYG’s Odell Beckham Jr. (759-7) as the only NFL players with at least 750 receiving yards and seven receiving TDs in 2015.
• Has 50-plus receiving yards in eight straight games, tied with DET’s Calvin Johnson for the NFL’s fourth-longest active streak (NE’s Julian Edelman, DEN’s Demaryius Thomas, HOU’s DeAndre Hopkins - nine games).
• Has produced 17 receptions of at least 20 yards, the most among all NFL WRs this season.
WR ALLEN HURNS
• At 24 years, six days old, is the youngest undrafted player since the 1970 NFL merger to record at least 675 receiving yards (697) and seven receiving TDs (seven) through nine games.
• His franchise-record seven consecutive games with a receiving TD is the NFL’s longest active streak ... Is the youngest NFL player to do so since MIN’s Randy Moss (also seven games) at 21 years old in 1998.
• Ranks first in yards per reception (17.0) among NFL players with at least 30 catches in 2015.
• Has caught a pass in 25 consecutive games to open his NFL career, the longest streak by a Jaguars WR since Ernest Wilford from Dec. 26, 2004 - Dec. 3, 2006 (30 games).
THE ALLEN BROTHERS
• Since at least 1960, the Jaguars are the NFL’s only team to have two age 24-or-younger WRs (Allen Robinson - 758; Allen Hurns, 658) produce 675-plus receiving yards each through nine games ... Also the youngest WR combo with seven-plus TDs (both seven) through nine games.
• Robinson (758-7) and Hurns (697-7) are the first NFL WR duo (second overall) to record 675-plus receiving yards and seven-plus receiving TDs each through nine games since BAL’s Derrick Alexander (710-7) and Michael Jackson (684-8) in 1996.
• Robinson and Hurns (both seven) have combined for 14 receiving TDs, the most by any NFL WR tandem in 2015.
LB TELVIN SMITH
• Ranks third in the NFL with 88 tackles (64 solo) this season ... Since he became a full-time starter in Week 12 in 2014, has produced more tackles (151) than any other NFL player.
• Has registered seven-plus tackles in 11 straight games, the NFL’s longest active streak ... Is the second-longest stretch by a Jaguars player since at least 2001 (Paul Posluszny - 29 games, 2012-14).
• Is the only NFL player to record 85-plus tackles and an INT in 2015 ... Joins CAR’s Luke Kuechly (216-2) as the only NFL LBs with at least 185 tackles (187) and two INTs since 2014 ... Is one of only three NFL LBs with multiple INTs, FF and FR (two each) since 2014 (NE’s Jamie Collins, 2-7-2; GB’s Julius Peppers, 2-5-3).
LB PAUL POSLUSZNY
• Is one of only four NFL players to register 12-plus sacks (12.0) and 12-plus INTs (13) since 2007, joining OAK’s Charles Woodson (13.5-40), CLE’s Karlos Dansby (24.0-14) and KC’s Derrick Johnson (19.0-12) ... Has recorded two-plus INTs in four of his last five NFL seasons.
• Dating back to 2007, has produced 84 games with seven or more tackles, tied with IND’s D’Qwell Jackson for the most such games by an NFL player in that span.
• In Week 3 at New England, recorded a season-best 18 tackles ... Is the third-highest single game total by an NFL player in 2015 (SEA’s Kam Chancellor and DEN’s Danny Trevathan - 19 tackles).
CB DAVON HOUSE
• Ranks second in the NFL with a career-high 16 passes defensed in 2015 (BUF’s Ronald Darby - 18) ... Is five passes defensed shy of tyingRashean Mathis’ single-season franchise record (21) set in 2004 and 2006 ... Has registered double-digit passes defensed in each of the last three seasons.
• In Week 10 at Baltimore, tallied two INTs to bring his career total to four ... Marked the first time he registered multiple INTs in a single game in his career ... Became the first Jaguars player with two-plus INTs in a single game since Derek Cox (two) on Oct. 31, 2010 at Dallas.
• Is the only NFL player to produce an eight-tackle, two-INT performance in 2015 (Week 10 at Baltimore).