Jacksonville Jaguars Records
Listed below are Jacksonville Jaguars Records, Firsts, Odds &
First Trade: Acquired QB Mark Brunell from
Green Bay Packers for two draft picks, 4/21/95.
First Draft Choice: Tony Boselli, OT, Southern
First Regular-Season Game: A 10-3 loss to the Houston Oilers,
First Regular-Season Points: A 26-yard field
goal by Mike Hollis vs. the Houston Oilers, 9/3/95.
First Regular-Season Touchdown Scored: A 71-yard
touchdown pass from quarterback Steve Beuerlein to running back
Randy Jordan vs. the Cincinnati Bengals, 9/10/95.
First Regular-Season Win: A 17-16 victory over
the Houston Oilers, 10/1/95.
First Playoff Appearance: A 30-27 win over
the Buffalo Bills in wild-card game, 12/28/96.
First to Pass 300 Yards in a Game: Mark Brunell,
302 yards vs. the Chicago Bears, 10/15/95.
First 100-Yard Game, Receiving: Pete Mitchell,
161 yards vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 11/19/95.
First Defensive Touchdown: Cornerback Mickey
Washington, 48-yard interception return vs. the Cleveland Browns,
First 4,000-Yard Season, Passing: Mark Brunnell,
4,367 yards (1996).
It's A Fact: The Jaguars became the first expansion
team ever to finish with a .500 record in its division. Jacksonville
recorded a 4-4 record versus AFC Central opponents in 1995.
Most Career Yards Rushing: Fred Taylor, 7,580
Most Career Yards Passing: Mark Brunell, 25,698
Most Career Receptions: Jimmy Smith, 792
All-Time Leading Scorer: Mike Hollis, 764 points