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Statistically speaking: Friday five

Posted Sep 22, 2017

Every Friday during the 2017 NFL regular season, public relations assistant Gaby Moran will bring the five best facts to know about the Jaguars heading into the game on Sunday:

LONDON – Every Friday during the 2017 NFL regular season, Jaguars public relations assistant Gaby Moran will bring the five best facts to know about the Jaguars heading into the game on Sunday:

1.London Calling: The Jaguars will play their fifth game in Wembley Stadium on Sunday and are entering the 2017 International Series matchup with Baltimore on a two-game winning streak. In 2016, Jacksonville defeated AFC South rival Indianapolis, 30-27, in a Week 4 matchup and in 2015, the Jaguars defeated Buffalo, 34-31.

2.Rockin’ Rookie: Rookie running back Leonard Fournette has rushed 40 times for 140 yards and two touchdowns in his first two games, the most by a Jaguars rookie through two career games. Fournette is also one of three rookies ranked in the top five in rushing yards in the NFL through Week 2.

3.Wembley’s man: Wide receiver Allen Hurns has caught a touchdown in back-to-back games at Wembley Stadium and needs one receiving touchdown Sunday versus Baltimore to join Brandon Lloyd as the only NFL players in history to catch at least three touchdown passes in Wembley Stadium.

4.Smith sees, Telvin takes: In Week 2, linebacker Telvin Smith intercepted Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota. Smith has registered an interception in three of his last five games dating back to December 18, 2016, which is tied for the second-most in the NFL since Week 15 of the 2016 season.

5.Blake Bolts: Quarterback Blake Bortles totaled 29 rushing yards on four carries against the Titans last Sunday. Bortles has totaled 1,130 rushing yards in 48 career games, the tenth-most in the NFL by a quarterback in that span.

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