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Jaguars vs. Texans game notes

The following are notes from the Jaguars' 21-19 loss to the Houston Texans today.

• Bobby Shaw's 47-yard punt return is the second-longest of his career.

• Eric Westmoreland's punt block, which resulted in a safety, is the first of his career and the Jaguars' first punt block since Donovin Darius blocked a Pittsburgh punt in the 2001 season-opener.

• Rookie defensive tackle John Henderson recorded his fifth sack of the season.

• Linebacker Danny Clark notched his first career sack.

• The eight sacks the Jaguars surrendered to the Texans is the most since the Jaguars allowed eight sacks at Cleveland on 12-16-01.

• Two roughing-the-passer penalties are likely to be reviewed by the league office. Jaguars defensive tackle Marcus Stroud was flagged for having landed a forearm to the throat of Texans quarterback David Carr in the first half, and Texans defensive tackle Gary Walker was penalized for having delivered what is thought to have been a helmet-to-helmet blow to Mark Brunell in the fourth quarter.

• Rookie running back Jonathan Wells' three-yard touchdown run in the second quarter is the first-ever touchdown by a Houston running back.

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