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).