JONES-DREW FINISHES WITH CAREER-HIGH NINE RECEPTIONS, 113 RECEIVING YARDS
# JONES-DREW REGISTERS 233 ALL-PURPOSE YARDS
Maurice Jones-Drew recorded a season-high 233 all-purpose yards (4 rushing, 113 receiving, 9 punt returns, 107 kickoff returns), the fourth-highest total of his career. It marked Jones-Drew's eighth career game with 200-plus all-purpose yards.
DAVID GARRARD RECORDS FIRST 300-YARD PASSING GAME; CAREER-HIGH 45 ATTEMPTS
- Set single-season career-highs for attempts (363) and completions (228). He had 208 completions on 325 attempts in 2007. * Has 30 or more attempts in seven of the last eight games. * Threw his ninth touchdown pass of the season and 45th of his career.
REGGIE WILLIAMS RECORDS 17TH CAREER TOUCHDOWN RECEPTION
The following players were inactive for the Jaguars: CB William James, RB Chauncey Washington, WR Troy Williamson, C/G Drew Miller, G Milford Brown, DT Jimmy Kennedy, LB Thomas Williams, CB Omare Lowe
- Wide receiver Matt Jones finished with four receptions for 37 yards and increased his season total to 54 receptions for 623 yards. The 54 receptions are the most by a Jaguar since Jimmy Smith had 70 in 2005. * Cornerback Rashean Mathis recorded his first career sack in the first quarter. Reggie Hayward (2.5 in 2008, 36.5 for career) and Paul Spicer (2.5 in 2008, 27.5 for career) each had one sack. * Safety Gerald Sensabaugh set a career-high with his third interception through 11 games, tied for the team-high. * Defensive tackle John Henderson became the seventh player in franchise history with 100 career starts. * Maurice Jones-Drew set the franchise record for kickoff returns with four returns (107 yards), increasing his career total to 71 kickoff returns (1,871 yards). * Joe Zelenka extended his team record with 123 consecutive games played. * Josh Scobee has scored at least one point in 52 consecutive games dating back to 1/2/05, the second-longest streak in team history. Mike Hollis holds the team record at 67 games. * Tight end Marcedes Lewis has at least three receptions in five of the last six games.