The following players were inactive for the Jaguars: LB Mike Peterson, RB LaBrandon Toefield; CB Aaron Glenn, S Lamont Thompson, LB Shantee Orr, G Uche Nwaneri, OL Tutan Reyes and WR Charles Sharon
GARRARD SETS FRANCHISE'S SINGLE-GAME RECORD FOR PASSING YARDS, COMPLETION PERCENTAGE AND COMPLETIONS
QB David Garrard set a franchise single-game postseason record with 278 passing yards and a 66.7 completion percentage. In addition, Garrard set the franchise single-game postseason record with 22 completions. Garrard moved into second place in team history during the postseason for most career completions, career attempts and career touchdown passes.
GARRARD BECOMES FIFTH QB TO THROW FOR TWO TOUCHDOWNS
David Garrard threw for two touchdowns and became the fifth quarterback in team history to throw for two or more touchdowns in a postseason game. Garrard is the first since Mark Brunell and Jay Fiedler threw for touchdowns against Miami on 1/15/00.
JONES-DREW FINISHES WITH SIX RECEPTIONS; TIED FOR SECOND-MOST IN TEAM HISTORY
RB/KR Maurice Jones-Drew led the Jaguars with six receptions, tied for the second-most in team history during the postseason.
TAYLOR SETS FRANCHISE RECORD FOR POSTSEASON COMBINED YARDS
Fred Taylor surpassed Jimmy Smith (647) for the team record for most combined yards in the postseason. Taylor has played in seven of the club's 11 postseason games.
PUTTING UP THE POINTS
The Jaguars have scored six touchdowns in two postseason games, tied for the second-most in team history (1996). The Jaguars had a postseason franchise-record 10 touchdowns during the 1999 postseason.
The Jaguars drove 80 yards in nine plays on the opening possession and culminated the drive with an eight-yard touchdown pass from David Garrard to Matt Jones. Garrard was five of six on the drive for 77 yards. TE Marcedes Lewis highlighted the drive with receptions of 23 and 34 yards. The Jaguars have scored on their opening possession in nine of the last 11 games (including postseason) and in the first quarter in 10 of the last12 games (including postseason).
HENDERSON RECORDS SACK IN BACK-TO-BACK POSTSEASON GAMES
DT John Henderson recorded a sack of Tom Brady in the first quarter, the Jaguars seventh sack of the postseason. The seven sacks are franchise postseason record, surpassing the previous high of six in 1996, 1999 and 2007. Henderson has a sack in two consecutive postseason games, tied for the second-longest streak in postseason history.
WR Ernest Wilford is the only Jaguar to have a reception inall 18 games ... Eight different Jaguars had receptions ... WR Matt Jones had three receptions for 48 yards and had nine receptions for 142 yards in two postseason games at New England ... TE Marcedes Lewis had four receptions for a team-high 74 yards ...