The Jacksonville Jaguars are still a relatively new team in the NFL, having come into the league in 1995. What quarterback on the Jaguars has rushed for more yards than any other quarterback in team history? The answer is of course Mark Brunell.
Mark Brunell carried the ball 429 times for 2,219 yards during his time with the Jaguars. He averaged 5.2 yards per carry and 18.5 yards per game. His longest run from scrimmage went for 38 yards and he scored 14 rushing touchdowns for the team. He is ranked as the 4th all time rusher in Jacksonville Jaguars history, just ahead of Stacey Mack and Natrone Means, and just behind Maurice Jones-Drew and James Stewart.
Here is a look at where other Jacksonville quarterbacks rank on the team’s all time rushing yards list:
7th – David Garrard (2002-2009)
10th – Byron Leftwich (2003-06)
19th – Jonathan Quinn (1998-01)
22nd – Quinn Gray (2005-07)
25th – Rob Johnson (1995-97)
30th – Steve Beuerlein (1995)
34th – Jay Fiedler (1999)