The Jacksonville Jaguars have been one of the more successful teams in the National Football League since they came into it as and expansion team in 1995. Over the years, they have had great running games, passing games, and defenses at different times. Who has the most 100 yard rushing games in team history though?
Through the 2009 season, no player has had more 100 yard rushing games for the Jaguars than one of the team’s all time greats, Fred Taylor. From 1998 to 2008, Taylor amassed forty-eight 100 yard rushing games for the Jaguars. Second on the list at this time is Maurice Jones-Drew with 12. Taylor was an integral part of many of the great Jaguars teams during their first decade and a half as a team.
The fact is, through 2009, the Jaguars have only had seven different players put up 100 yard games.
Fred Taylor – (48) 100 Yard Games
Maurice Jones-Drew – (12) 100 Yard Games
James Stewart – (6) 100 Yard Games
Stacey Mack – (3) 100 Yard Games
Greg Jones – (2) 100 Yard Games
Natrone Means – (1) 100 Yard Game
LaBrandon Toefield – (1) 100 Yard Game