Jacksonville Jaguars’ All-Time Passing TD Leaders
The Jacksonville Jaguars have been an NFL franchise since 1995, and have been pretty competitive most of those years so far as I write this in 2010. The Jaguars have also typically featured strong quarterback play, and what follows is a short list of the Jags’ all-time leaders in passing touchdowns to date:
Mark Brunell (144)—Mark Brunell has played most of his career in Jacksonville, from 1995 to 2003, and he ranks first in team history to date with 144 touchdown passes. Brunell had a career high 23 TD passes with the Redskins in 2005, but his best season with the Jaguars was arguably 1996. That year, despite 20 interceptions, Brunell made the Pro Bowl by throwing for a career high (and NFL best) 4367 yards, with 19 touchdown passes.
David Garrard (86)—David Garrard has played for the Jaguars his entire career, since 2002. Garrard ranks second in franchise history with 86 TD passes. Garrard is having his best overall season in 2010 as I write this—through 12 games, he has 2141 passing yards, and already has a career high 20 touchdown passes, on pace for 27.
Byron Leftwich (51)—Byron Leftwich played for the Jags from 2003 to 2006, and he ranks third in team history with 51 touchdown passes. Leftwich had his best season in 2004, when he threw for career highs in passing yards (2941) and touchdown passes (15, tied career best), with 10 interceptions.
Quinn Gray (12)—Quinn Gray played for the Jaguars from 2005 to 2008, and he ranks fourth in franchise history with 12 TD passes. Gray had his best season in 2007, when he started 4 games and threw for career highs in passing yards (986) and passing TDs (10), with 5 picks.