MARKS RECORDS CAREER-BEST FIFTH SACK
Defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks registered the club's lone sack, taking down Tony Romo for a six-yard loss in the fourth quarter. Marks leads the team with a career-high five sacks including a sack in three straight games. He has nine of his 12 career sacks in 26 games with the Jaguars.
SHORTS RECORDS 7TH CAREER 100-YARD RECEIVING GAME
Fourth-year wide receiver Cecil Shortsregistered his seventh career 100-yard receiving game, his second this season, as he finished with 119 yards on five receptions (23.8 avg.). Shorts had a season-long 53-yard reception in the second quarter and also had catches of 32 and 24 yards.
Shorts moved into eighth place in franchise history with 2,161 career receiving yards and his 156 career receptions are the 11th-most in team history. His seven career 100-yard receiving games are the third-most in team history, trailing Jimmy Smith (46) and Keenan McCardell (19).
DROB SCORES CAREER-HIGH TWO TOUCHDOWNS
Running back Denard Robinson continues to lead the Jaguars rushing attack, finishing with 60 yards on 15 carries against the Cowboys including a career-high two touchdowns. Robinson had a career-long 32-yard touchdown run in the first quarter, his fourth straight game with a run of 20-plus yards and third straight game with a rush of 30-plus yards. He leads the Jaguars with 483 yards on 100 carries and four touchdowns. The 483 rushing yards are the most by a Jaguar in a season other than Maurice Jones-Drew since 2008 (Fred Taylor, 556).
NINE STRAIGHT GAMES WITH AT LEAST FOUR RECEPTIONS FOR ROOKIE WIDEOUT
Rookie WR Allen Robinson had five catches for 60 yards including a 31-yard grab in the fourth quarter. Robinson has at least four receptions in nine straight games and at least five catches in six of 10 games. He leads the Jaguars with 48 catches for 548 yards through 10 games. He ranks second in franchise history among Jaguars rookies in receiving yards (Justin Blackmon, 865) and third in receptions (Blackmon, 64; Ace Sanders, 51).
The Jaguars scored on their opening drive for the third time in 10 games and it marked only the second time with a touchdown. Following a Cowboys field goal, the Jaguars put together a nine-play, 80-yard drive that resulted in a 32-yard touchdown run by Denard Robinson. The Jaguars also scored a touchdown on their opening drive at Tennessee in week six.
JAGUARS GET SAFETY ON HOLDING IN THE END ZONE
The Jaguars registered a safety in the fourth quarter after Cowboys LB Kyle Wilber was called for holding on Jaguars DT Ziggy Hood in the end zone on a Chris Jones punt. It was the first safety by the Jaguars since Dec. 1, 2013 at Cleveland.
- Linebacker J.T. Thomas registered his third career forced fumble when he forced a fumble of Cowboys wide receiver Cole Beasley in the second quarter. Safety Josh Evans recovered for the Jaguars, his first career fumble recovery.
- The Jaguars outgained the Cowboys 168 to 105 in the second half. The Jaguars outscored the Cowboys 10-7 in the second half.
- Cornerbacks' Demetrius McCray and Dwayne Gratz tied for the team-lead with two passes defensed.
- Blake Bortleswas 22 of 37 passing for 290 yards for a 73.0 rating. The 290 yards marked the second-most passing yards of his career.
- Running back Jordan Todman had a career-high three receptions for 27 yards.
- Ace Sanders finished with a 11.3-yard average on four punt returns with a long of 23 yards. He fumbled a punt in the first quarter and the ball was recovered by the Cowboys.
- Rookie tight end Nic Jacobshad a career-long 14-yard reception.
- The Jaguars had a season-high two lost fumbles.
- The Jaguars managed only 71 rushing yards, snapping a streak of three consecutive games with at least 132 yards on the ground.