What Jaguars Fans Should Look For In Today's Game Against the Titans

Find out what statistical milestones are on the line in today's matchup against the Tennessee Titans.

From NFL Media:

 

DL TYSON ALUALU

·         Has appeared in all 91 games since being selected 10th overall by the Jaguars in the 2010 draft.

·         His 91 consecutive games played streak is the fourth-longest active streak among NFL defensive linemen and the fifth-longest streak in team history (longest by a defensive linemen).

·         If he plays Sunday, his 92 consecutive games played will tie Brad Meester (2000-2005) for the fourth-longest streak in franchise history.

·         Needs 1.0 sack for 15.0 in his career.

 

OL ZANE BEADLES

·         Has played in all 91 games since being drafted in the second round (45th overall) by Denver in the 2010 draft. His 91 consecutive games played streak is the second-longest active streak by an offensive guard.

 

QB BLAKE BORTLES

·         Has thrown a TD in 11 consecutive games, the longest streak by a Jaguars QB since Byron Leftwich in 2003-2004.

·         With a passing TD on Sunday, would tie Leftwich for the second-longest streak in team history for consecutive games with a TD pass (Mark Brunell threw a TD pass in 14 consecutive games from 2001-2002).

·         With a passing TD on Sunday, would tie David Garrard  (23; 2010) for the most passing TDs in a single season in Jaguars history.

·         With two passing TDs on Sunday, would set the Jaguars single season record for the most passing TDs.

·         Needs 48 passing yards to become the ninth player in Jaguars history with 3,000-plus passing yards in a single season, 109 passing yards to surpass Mark Brunell (3,060; 1999) for eighth on the team’s single season list, 290 passing yards to surpass Chad Henne (3,241; 2013) for seventh on the team’s single season list, 330 passing yards to surpass Mark Brunell (3,281; 1997) for sixth on the team’s single season list and 358 passing yards to surpass Mark Brunell (3,309; 2001) for fifth on the team’s single season passing yardage list.

·         Needs 12 completions to surpass Mark Brunell (259; 1999) for 10th on the team’s single season completions list, 17 completions to surpass Mark Brunell (264; 1997) for ninth on the team’s single season completions list, 20 completions to surpass Mark Brunell (267; 2004) for eighth on the team’s single season completions list and 33 completions to surpass his own season total from 2014 (280) for seventh on the team’s single season completions list.

 

S SERGIO BROWN

·         Needs eight tackles for 100 in his career.

·         Needs one pass defensed for 10 in his career.

 

CB AARON COLVIN

·         Is tied with Jared Odrick for the team-lead with 4.0 sacks this season.

·         His 4.0 sacks lead all NFL DBs and are the most since New Orleans’ SS Roman Harper registered 7.5 sacks in 2011.

·         With one sack, would join Harper as the only DBs in the NFL over the past eight seasons to register five-plus sacks in a single season.

·         With one sack, would tie the franchise record for sacks by a defensive back (Aaron Beasley; 5.0; 2000).

 

SS JOHNATHAN CYPRIEN

·         Needs four tackles for 275 in his career.

·         His 271 tackles since entering the league as a second-round selection (33rd overall) in 2013 are the third-most by a defensive back.

 

DE RYAN DAVIS

·         Ranks third on the team with 3.5 sacks.

·         Tied for the team-lead (with DE Chris Clemons) with seven QB hurries.

 

WR RASHAD GREENE

·         Leads the NFL with a 17.88 punt return avg. (minimum five punt returns on the season)

·         His 63-yard punt return in the last meeting with the Titans led to the game-winning TD pass to TE Julius Thomas and was the fifth-longest PR in Jaguars history (longest punt return in team annals that did not result in a TD).

 

CB DAVON HOUSE

·         Leads the Jaguars with 17 passes defensed in 2015.

·         Ranks fourth in the NFL in passes defensed this season, trailing BUF’ Ronald Darby (19), BUF’sStephon Gilmore (18) and OAK’s David Amerson (18).

·         Is four passes defensed shy of tying Rashean Mathis’ (21) single-season franchise record set in 2004 and 2006.

·         Has posted double-digit passes defensed in four consecutive seasons.

 

TE MARCEDES LEWIS

·         Needs 10 receptions to surpass Maurice Jones-Drew (335) for the third-most in franchise history.

·         Needs three receiving TDs to tie Keenan McCardell (30) for the second-most in franchise history.

 

CB DEMETRIUS McCRAY

·         Tied for the team lead with four special teams tackles.

 

DT ROY MILLER

·         Has 3.0 sacks this season, a career high in a season.

·         Eleven tackles away from 250 career stops.

 

K JASON MYERS

·         During the month of November, made 14-of-15 field goals (93.3 percent), including all four of his attempts from 40-plus yards (45, 45, 51, 53).

·         Myers’ 14 made field goals were the most in the NFL in November and his 47 points were the most in the AFC.

·         Overall, has made 22-of-26 field goals (84.6 percent).

 

DL JARED ODRICK

·         Tied for the team lead with 4.0 sacks in 2015.

·         Two tackles away from 150 career tackles.

·         Will play in his 76th consecutive game on Sunday.

 

LB PAUL POSLUSZNY

·         Will played in his 110th career game and 65th as a Jaguar (all starts).

·         Nine tackles away from 100 tackles in 2015, marking the seventh time in the last eight seasons that he’s reached the milestone.

 

WR ALLEN ROBINSON

·         Needs 73 yards to become the first Jaguars player with 1,000 receiving yards in a single season since Jimmy Smith in 2005.

·         With 73 receiving yards, Robinson would also become the youngest player in Jaguars history with a 1,000-receiving yard season.

·         Youngest player since at least 1960 to register 900-plus receiving yards and eight-plus receiving TDs through 11 games.

 

LB TELVIN SMITH

·         Leads the team and is third in the NFL with 104 tackles.

·         Since becoming a full-time starter in Week 12 of 2014, Smith’s 167 tackles (121) solo rank second in the NFL.

·         His streak of 13 straight games with seven-plus tackles is also the NFL’s longest active streak.

 

TE JULIUS THOMAS

·         Became the first Jaguars TE since Kyle Brady in 2000 to record 100+ yards and one TD.

·         With a TD against Tennessee in Week 13, Thomas would become the first Jaguars TE since Marcedes Lewis (12/1/13 – 12/15/13) to record a TD in three straight games.

·         His 27 receiving TDs over the past three seasons are tied for fourth among all offensive players and rank second among tight ends (SEA’s Jimmy Graham, 28).

 

WR BRYAN WALTERS

·         Has caught 30 of 40 targets to lead the team in receptions per target (75%), which ranks third among AFC WRs and sixth overall in the NFL.

 

RB T.J. YELDON

·         Has recorded the NFL’s second-most carries among rookies (156) and third-most rushing yards (621).

·         His 621 rushing yards are the most by a Jaguars rookie through the first 11 games of the season since Fred Taylor (806 yards) in 1998.

·         Ranks third among NFL rookies with 820 scrimmage yards (621 rushing, 199 receiving).

 


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