FRED TAYLOR MOVES INTO 16TH PLACE IN NFL HISTORY FOR RUSHING YARDS
Fred Taylor moved into 16th place in NFL history for rushing yards today. Taylor surpassed O.J. Simpson (11,236) in 17th place on his sixth rush and Corey Dillon (11,241) in 16th place on his seventh rush.
##### JONES-DREW SCORES 12TH TOUCHDOWN OF THE SEASON; TIED FOR 3RD-MOST IN TEAM HISTORY Maurice Jones-Drew scored his 12th touchdown of the season on a four-yard reception in the fourth quarter, his first receiving touchdown since his rookie season in 2006. Jones-Drew has 38 career touchdowns, tied with James Stewart for third-most in franchise history.
GARRARD STARTS CAREER-HIGH 13TH GAME; PLAYS AGAINST 24TH NFL TEAM
David Garrard started and played in his career-high 13th game today. Garrard is the first Jaguars quarterback since Byron Leftwich in 2004 (14 starts) to start 13 games in a season. Garrard played against his 24th NFL team on Sunday. The only teams Garrard has never played against are Baltimore, Dallas, Green Bay, New Orleans, St. Louis, Seattle and Washington. The Jaguars will play Baltimore (Dec. 28) and Green Bay (Dec. 14) this season.
##### JONES-DREW LEADS THE PASSING GAME Maurice Jones-Drew set a career-high in a season for receptions and receiving yards in 2008. Jones-Drew surpassed his previous career-high 46 receptions for 436 yards in 2006. Jones-Drew surpassed Fred Taylor (49 receptions, 2002) for the most receptions in a season by a running back in franchise history. He has a reception in a team-best 32 consecutive games and three-plus receptions in nine of 13 games this season.
STILL GOING STRONG
Fred Taylor made his 13th start of the season today. Taylor has played in the first 13 games of a season in six of the last seven seasons.
##### THIRD-COLDEST GAME IN JAGUARS HISTORY Temperature at kickoff Sunday was 19 degrees, the third-coldest game in Jaguars history. The coldest game in franchise history was December 17, 2000 at Cincinnati with the temperature at nine degrees. The Jaguars defeated Green Bay at Lambeau Field on December 19, 2004 with the weather 12 degrees, the second-coldest game in franchise history.
GERALD SENSABAUGH RECORDS FOURTH INTERCEPTION OF THE SEASON
Gerald Sensabaugh intercepted Kyle Orton in the third quarter, his fourth interception through 13 games. Sensabaugh tied Rashean Mathis for the team-lead in interceptions. The Jaguars have recorded an interception in six straight games for the first time since 2003 (8 straight games).
##### LEWIS SETS CAREER-HIGH FOR RECEIVING YARDS; HAS 27-YARD RECEPTION TE Marcedes Lewis had a 27-yard reception in the third quarter and has a reception of 19-plus yards in eight of the last nine games. Lewis surpassed his previous high of 391 receiving yards in 2007.
The following players were inactive for the Jaguars: WR Mike Walker, WR Troy Williamson, C/G Drew Miller, LB Thomas Williams, FB Greg Jones, LB Tim Shaw, DT Tony McDaniel and DE Mkristo Bruce.
##### TIDBITS * Joe Zelenka extended his team record with 125 consecutive games played. * Josh Scobee has scored at least one point in 54 consecutive games dating back to 1/2/05, the second-longest streak in team history. Mike Hollis holds the team record at 67 games. * FB Greg Jones was inactive with an ankle injury. It was Jones' first missed game since the 2006 season. * LB Justin Durant started his career-high ninth game. * QB David Garrard has 30 or more attempts in nine of the last 10 games. Garrard moved into fourth place in franchise history for career completions.