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Mack hits personal high, again

The following are notes from the Jaguars' 23-14 loss to the Cleveland Browns at Alltel Stadium today:

• Stacey Mack carried the ball 17 times for 93 yards, the best single-game rushing total of his three-year career. His previous high was 80 yards against Tennessee a week earlier.

• The Jaguars held the opposition to no touchdowns for the first nine quarters of this season, tying a team record set in 1999.

• Mark Brunell's ill-fated underhand pass to Mack resulted in the first interception Brunell has thrown this season. It was his first in 67 pass attempts, dating back to the final game of the 2000 season.

• Aaron Beasley recorded his 15th career takeaway, sharing the team record with Tony Brackens, and Beasley's 40-yard touchdown return of a Browns fumble in the third quarter is Beasley's third career touchdown. It was the Jaguars' first defensive touchdown since Brackens returned an interception 16 yards for a score in Baltimore on Nov. 28, 1999.

• Keenan McCardell has at least one pass reception in 36 consecutive games.

• Cleveland's 23-14 win is its first-ever against the Jaguars in seven games.

• Jonathan Quinn threw his first touchdown pass since the final regular season game of his rookie year, 1998.

• Jimmy Smith played in his 98th Jaguars game, which adds to Smith's team record.

• Kevin Hardy has played in 52 consecutive games.

• Ainsley Battles made his first career pass interception in the first quarter.

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