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100 moments in 100 days: Will the 25th season bring about a new single season leader?

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This year marks the 25th season for the Jacksonville Jaguars. To celebrate, we’re counting down 100 days from our regular season kickoff with the top 100 moments in franchise history.

Yesterday it was Mike Hollis banking the game-winning field goal off the upright to secure the first playoff win in franchise history.

Today? We’re 25 days out. Will the 25th season bring about the best single season performance in anything?

Passing

Passing yards: Blake Bortles — 4,428 yards (2015)

Completion percentage: David Garrard — 64.5% (2007)

Yards per attempt: Mark Brunell — 7.8 yards per pass (1996)

Adjusted yards per attempt: David Garrard — 8.4 yards per pass (2007)

Yards per completion: Chad Henne — 12.5 yards per completion (2012)

Sack percentage: Byron Leftwich — 4.3 sack percentage (2003)

Rushing

Rushing yards: Maurice Jones-Drew — 1,606 yards (2011)

Touchdowns: Maurice Jones-Drew — 15 touchdowns (2009)

Longest rush: Leonard Fournette — 90 yards (2017)

Yards per attempt: Maurice Jones-Drew — 5.7 yards per rush (2006)

Yards per game: Fred Taylor — 107.6 yards per game (2000)

Receiving

Receiving yards: Jimmy Smith — 1,636 yards (1999)

Receptions: Jimmy Smith — 116 catches (1999)

Yards per reception: Allen Robinson — 17.5 yards per catch (2015)

Touchdowns: Allen Robinson — 14 touchdowns (2015)

Defense

Sacks: Calais Campbell — 14.5 sacks (2017)

Interceptions: Rashean Mathis — 8 interceptions (2006)

Fumble recoveries: Donovin Darius, Bryan Schwartz — 4 fumble recoveries (2004, 1998)

Special teams

Field goal percentage: Josh Lambo — 95.0 percent (2017)

Field goals made: Mike Hollis — 31 field goals (1997, 1999)

Field goals of 50+ yards made: Jason Myers — 7 field goals (2016)

Punts: Bryan Anger — 95 punts (2013)

Yards per punt: Bryan Anger — 47.8 yards per punt (2012)

Send us your favorite moments and we’ll dig into each one until the Jaguars kick off on September 8th — including whatever video, audio, or stories we can find.

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