What Jaguars Fans Should Watch For Vs. The San Diego Chargers

Find out what statistical milestones a few select Jaguars players are on the verge of.

From NFL Media:

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: JAGUARS VS. CHARGERS

 

DL TYSON ALUALU:

·         Has appeared in all 90 games since being selected 10th overall by the Jaguars in the 2010 draft.

·         His 90 consecutive games played streak is the fourth-longest active streak in the NFL among defensive linemen and the fifth-longest in team history (longest by a defensive lineman).

·         Needs three tackles for loss for 25 in his career.

·         Needs 1.0 sack for 15.0 in his career.

 

OG ZANE BEADLES:

·         Has played in all 90 games since being drafted in the second round (45th overall) by Denver in the 2010 draft. His 90 consecutive games played streak is the second-longest active streak by an offensive guard.

 

QB BLAKE BORTLES:

·         Has thrown for a TD in 10 consecutive games, the third-longest streak in team history.

·         Needs three passing TDs to tie the Jaguars single season passing TDs record (David Garrard, 23, 2010).

·         Needs one passing TD to join Garrard as the only QBs in team history to throw for 21-plus TDs in a single season.

·         Needs 10 completions to have the sixth-most by a Jaguars QB in a single season and needs 26 completions to have the fifth-most completions by a Jaguars QB in a single season.

·         His 20 passing TDs entering Week 12 are already the most by a Jaguars QB through 11 games.

·         Needs 243 passing yards to have the most passing yards by a Jaguars QB through 11 games.

·         Needs seven completions to have the most completions by a Jaguars QB through 11 games.

 

S SERGIO BROWN:

·         Needs 10 tackles for 100 in his career.

·         Needs one pass defensed for 10 in his career.

 

CB AARON COLVIN:

·         Leads the Jaguars with four sacks, the most by an NFL DB this season.

·         Is the first NFL DB to produce four-plus sacks in a single season since NO’s Roman Harper (7.5) in 2011.

·         His 4.0 sacks are the most by a Jaguars DB since Aaron Beasley in 2000 (franchise-record 5.0 sacks by a defensive back).

·         At 24 years, 56 days old, is the youngest Jaguars player with at least four sacks through 10 games since a 23-year-old John Henderson (six) in 2002.

 

S JOHNATHAN CYPRIEN:

·         Needs seven tackles for 275 in his career.

 

WR RASHAD GREENE:

·         Returned a punt 63 yards in the Jaguars win over Tennessee in Week 11. His 63-yard punt return was the fifth-longest punt return in Jaguars history.

 

CB DAVON HOUSE:

·         Enters Week 12 with 17 passes defensed this season, the second-most in the NFL (Buffalo’s Ronald Darby, 18).

·         His 17 passes defensed are the third-most in franchise history in a single season (Rashean Mathisregistered 21 passes defensed in 2004 and 2006).

·         Needs five passes defensed to set a new Jaguars single season record.

 

WR ALLEN HURNS:

·         At 24 years, 17 days old, is the youngest undrafted player since the 1970 NFL merger to record at least 700 receiving yards (716) and seven receiving TDs (seven) through 10 games.

·         His seven receiving TDs since Week 3 are tied with HOU’s DeAndre Hopkins and NYG’s Odell Beckham Jr. for the most by an NFL wide receiver.

·         Has caught a pass in 26 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).

·         Needs three receiving TDs to tie the Jaguars single season record previously set by Marcedes Lewisin 2010 and Reggie Williams in 2007.

·         With one receiving TD, would join Jimmy SmithReggie Williams and Marcedes Lewis as the only players in franchise history with eight-plus receiving TDs in a single season.

 

TE MARCEDES LEWIS:

·         Has 27 career receiving TDs, the third most in Jaguars history. Needs four receiving TDs to surpassKeenan McCardell and move into sole possession of second place on the Jaguars’ all-time receiving TD list.

·         Needs 11 receptions to surpass Maurice Jones-Drew (335) and move into third on the Jaguars’ all-time receptions list.

 

K JASON MYERS:

·         Has made 18 of 22 field goals (81.8%), the highest percentage by a Jaguars’ first-year kicker in team history.

·         Needs 30 points to set the record for the most points scored by a Jaguars rookie or first-year player.

 

DL JARED ODRICK:

·         Needs a half-sack to have 20.0 for his career.

·         Needs one forced fumble for five in his career.

 

WR ALLEN ROBINSON:

·         Needs 129 receiving yards to become the first Jaguars player with 1,000 receiving yards in a single season since Jimmy Smith in 2005.

·         With 129 receiving yards, Robinson would also become the youngest player in Jaguars history with a 1,000-receiving yard season.

·         With one receiving TD, he would become the youngest player in franchise history with eight-plus receiving TDs in a single season.

·         With one receiving TD, would join Jimmy SmithReggie Williams and Marcedes Lewis as the only players in franchise history with eight-plus receiving TDs in a single season.

 

OLB TELVIN SMITH:

·         Is tied for the NFL’s second-most tackles (97) in 2015, behind IND’s D’Qwell Jackson (100).

·         Ranks tied third among NFL LBs with 10 tackles for loss, trailing only SF’s Aaron Lynch (12) and OAK’s Khalil Mack (11).

·         Since becoming a full-time starter in Week 12 in 2014, leads the NFL with 160 tackles (115 solo).

·         Has registered seven-plus tackles in 12 straight games, the NFL’s longest active streak and the second-longest stretch by a Jaguars player since at least 2001 (Paul Posluszny - 29 games, 2012-14).

·         One of only five NFL LBs with multiple INTs, FFs and FRs (2-2-2) since 2014, joining CAR’sThomas Davis (3-4-2) and Luke Kuechly (4-3-2), GB’s Julius Peppers (2-5-3) and NE’s Jamie Collins (2-7-2).

 

TE JULIUS THOMAS:

·         Has caught 26 TDs since the 2013 season, the fifth-most in the NFL over that span and the second-most by a tight end (SEA’s Jimmy Graham, 28).

·         Became the first tight end in NFL history to register 12-plus receiving TDs in back-to-back seasons (2013, 2014).

·         Has two receiving TDs this season in his first year with the Jaguars.

 

RB T.J. YELDON:

·         His 585 rushing yards are the third-most by a Jaguars rookie in franchise history.

·         His 65.0 rushing yards per game are the second-most by a rookie in franchise history (Fred Taylor, 81.5, 1999).

·         Has registered 738 yards from scrimmage (585 rushing yards, 153 receiving yards), the fourth-most by a Jaguars rookie in franchise history. Needs 151 scrimmage yards to surpass Justin Blackmon and move into third on the team’s rookie scrimmage yardage list.


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