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Baby, it was cold out there

The following are notes from the Jaguars' 17-14 loss in Cincinnati today:

• The temperature at kickoff at Paul Brown Stadium was nine degrees with a minus-20 degree wind chill. It is the second-coldest home game in Bengals history. The AFC title game on Jan. 10, 1982 was played in minus-nine degrees with a minus-59 degree wind chill.

• Fred Taylor has rushed for 100 yards in nine consecutive games and 18 times in his career. He rushed for 110 yards on 32 attempts against the Bengals.

• Jimmy Smith's three-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter was his 38th career score and tied James Stewart for the Jaguars' record. Smith's touchdown catch tied his own single-season team mark of eight touchdowns. He moved into second place in Jaguars history with 230 career points, passing Stewart's 228. Smith also caught a pass in his 86th consecutive game played, the NFL's fifth-longest active streak.

• Mark Brunell has thrown for 3,378 yards, the second-most in a season in his career. He threw for 4,367 yards in 1996.

• Bengals rookie Peter Warrick's 82-yard punt return for a touchdown is the first punt return for a touchdown by an opponent in Jaguars history.

• Shyrone Stith owns the all-time Jaguars record for most kickoff-return yards (785) in a season.

• Kicker Mike Hollis has scored 100 points for the fifth consecutive season.

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