Titans/Jaguars game notes

• Sunday's victory gave the Titans a 10-0 record for the first time in franchise history.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans an NFL-leading 13 consecutive regular season victories dating back to last season, which would extend a franchise record.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans seven consecutive regular season road wins, which would extend a franchise record.
 
• Sunday's victory assured the Titans of winning at least 10 games for the second consecutive season and the sixth season under Jeff Fisher.
 
• Sunday's victory gave the Titans an all-time record of 17-12 against the Jaguars.
 
• Sunday's victory improved Jeff Fisher's career record as head coach (1995-08) to 130-104.
 
• Sunday's victory improved Kerry Collins' regular season record as a starting quarterback to 76-82.
 
• LB Keith Bulluck started his 107th consecutive game, the longest active streak of any Titans player.
 
• The Titans led the Jaguars 3-0 at the end of the first quarter. It marked the sixth time in 10 games this season that Tennessee's opponent was held scoreless in the first quarter.
 
• Kerry Collins threw three touchdowns on Sunday, the 21st three-touchdown game of his career (23 counting playoffs). It was his first three-touchdown game since 12-31-05 against the New York Giants as a member of the Oakland Raiders.
 
• Albert Haynesworth set a career-high with his 7th sack on the season when he took down David Garrard in the first quarter. It was the 22.5th career sack for Haynesworth, whose previous career best was six sacks in 2007.
 
• Chris Johnson surpassed Sid Blanks (756 yards in 1964) for the fourth-highest rushing total by a rookie in club annals.
 
• Jevon Kearse registered his 2.5th sack of the season and the 72nd of his career when he took down David Garrard in the second quarter.
 
• Brandon Jones scored his first touchdown of the season and the 9th of his career on a 13-yard touchdown reception, pulling the Titans to within 14-10 in the third quarter. On the same play, Jones recorded the 100th reception of his career. Earlier in the same drive, he tallied his 28th reception of the season, giving him a career high.
 
• Chris Carr recorded his first interception of the season and the second of his career when he picked off David Garrard in the fourth quarter.
 
• Justin Gage caught four passes for a career-high 147 yards and two touchdowns. His previous career-high was 104 yards in the season finale at Indianapolis last season.
 
• Gage became the first Titan to record two touchdown receptions since Roydell Williams scored a pair at Kansas City 12-16-07.
 
• Gage scored his 3rd touchdown of the season and the 9th of his career on a 56-yard reception, giving the Titans a 17-14 lead in the third quarter. It marked Gage's longest catch of the season and the third-longest of his career.
 
• Gage scored his 4th touchdown of the season and the 10th of his career on a 38-yard reception from Kerry Collins, extending Tennessee's lead to 24-14 in the fourth quarter.
 
• Gage caught a season-long 47-yard pass on the first play of the game. The reception was Tennessee's longest of the season and the third-longest of Gage's career.
 
• Chris Carr recorded his first interception of the season and the second of his career when he picked off David Garrard in the fourth quarter.
 
• Dave Ball registered his third consecutive game with a sack when he took down David Garrard in the fourth quarter. It was the 3.5th sack of Ball's career.
 
• Jacob Ford recorded his third sack of the season when he took down David Garrard in the fourth quarter.

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