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Mack has best-ever day

The following are notes from the Jaguars' 13-6 win over the Tennessee Titans today at Alltel Stadium:

• Stacey Mack, who replaced Fred Taylor at running back when Taylor suffered a groin injury early in the second quarter, rushed for a career-high 80 yards on 18 rushing attempts. Mack's previous high was 74 yards rushing in last year's season-opener in Cleveland. His 22-yard touchdown run today is the longest run of his three-year career and his second NFL touchdown.

• The Jaguars haven't allowed a touchdown in two consecutive games, marking only the second time in team history it has accomplished that feat. The Jaguars held the Steelers and Jets touchdown-less in consecutive games in 1999.

• Defensive end Renaldo Wynn's two sacks today are a career, single-game high. He had 1.5 sacks at Baltimore in week two of last season.

• The Titans were just one-of-14 in third-down conversions. That seven percent conversion rate is the second-best by a Jaguars defense. Cleveland was none-for-12 on Dec. 3, 2000.

• Keenan McCardell has made at least one pass reception in 35 consecutive games.

• Mark Brunell's streak of games having thrown a touchdown pass was halted at 10.

• Jimmy Smith owns the Jaguars all-time games-played record, 97.

• Tom Coughlin couldn't resist when a reporter asked if the coach missed the replacement officials. "Twice we should've had fumbles, yeah. I know you guys are back from some time off, but we've been playing," Coughlin said.

• The Titans lost wide receiver Derrick Mason to an ankle injury in the first quarter, and coach Jeff Fisher said Mason was the team's most major injury concern.

• Fisher came onto the field to check on Fred Taylor's condition following his groin injury in the second quarter.

Vic Ketchman is the Senior Editor of Jaguars Inside Report, the official team newspaper of the Jacksonville Jaguars. One-year subscriptions may be purchased by calling 1-888-846-5247.*

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