The following are notes from the Jaguars' 15-10 loss to the Baltimore Ravens at Alltel Stadium:
"I was glad to see Mark (Brunell) not in there. He's a special quarterback and I've been on record about that for quite awhile," Ravens coach Brian Billick said.
Baltimore is in first place in the AFC Central Division at 5-1. Tennessee is 4-1, Pittsburgh is 2-3, Cleveland and Jacksonville are 2-4, and Cincinnati is 0-5.
The Jaguars had seven fumbles, a team record. The previous record was five in Pittsburgh on Oct. 17, 1996.
The Ravens had a record six takeaways. Their previous high was five against Tennessee on Sept. 21, 1997.
Aaron Beasley had two sacks and now has four sacks in the last two games.
Ravens safety Rod Woodson collected his 57th career interception, which leads all active players and ties him for ninth all-time with Bobby Boyd, Johnny Robinson, Mel Blount and Everson Walls.
Ravens kicker Matt Stover's five field goals are a career high.
Ravens wide receiver Qadry Ismail had a career-high nine receptions.
Jaguars wide receiver Jimmy Smith has caught at least one pass in the last 78 games.
Steve Lindsey's 49-yard field goal is a career-long.
Jaguars first-round pick R. Jay Soward dropped three passes in the first quarter, as it appeared the Jaguars were intent on featuring Soward in the offense. He did not catch a pass in the game, but returned six punts for 38 yards.
The Jaguars did not back down from the Ravens' physical style of play. Wide receiver Keenan McCardell got away with throwing an elbow at Corey Harris' facemask, Fred Taylor knocked Tony Siragusa over backwards with a head-to-chin block, and Zach Wiegert and Peter Boulware were ejected for fighting. Wiegert was judged to have clearly cleaned Boulware's clock.
Rookie defensive end Rob Meier saw action and, on his first play in the game, smelled out a draw play and stopped it for a loss.
The Jaguars were 1-2 in replay reviews. They lost the big one when replay did not overturn the ruling that Tony Brackens had fumbled before the ball had crossed the plane of the goal line, and they lost a later decision in the second half when Mike Logan's fumble recovery was nullified and replay ruled that wide receiver Travis Taylor had not displayed control of a pass reception. Late in the first half, Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis returned a fumble to about midfield, but replay ruled that Lewis had been touched down by Kyle Brady while Lewis was on the ground with the ball.
Middle linebacker Hardy Nickerson did not play due to a hamstring injury suffered against the Steelers the previous week. Outside linebacker Lonnie Marts did play, but re-injured his abdominal strain.
Defensive tackle Gary Walker suffered a knee strain against the Steelers, but played extensively against the Ravens and dominated guard Orlando Bobo, who was inserted into the lineup when center Jeff Mitchell was injured and guard Mike Flynn was moved to center.
Baltimore swept the two-game series over the Jaguars, after the Jaguars had defeated the Ravens franchise in 10 straight games.