The Jaguars' Reggie Barlow has been named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance in the Jaguars' 21-16 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday.
Barlow returned a punt 85 yards for the Jaguars' first touchdown, marking the first touchdown return of a punt in franchise history. In the game, Barlow returned three punts for a team-record 134 yards; his other two returns were 10 and 39 yards. He also had a kickoff return for 19 yards and a reception for 17 yards.
Barlow joins placekicker Mike Hollis and punter Bryan Barker as Jaguars who have been named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week, but he is the team's first kick returner to be so honored.
Last week, James Stewart was named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for his 115-yards rushing and two touchdowns in the season opener at Chicago.