Jacksonville Jaguars: Top 10 Quarterbacks in franchise history

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May 17, 2014; Baltimore, MD, USA; A tractor rakes the track between races before the 139th Preakness Stakesat Pimlico Race Course. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Number 10. Todd Bouman


Todd Bouman has a heck of a history with the Jacksonville Jaguars, dare I say a rich and storied one.

Bouman had a total of six (!!!) stints with the Jaguars, the first one coming in 2007, the next coming in 2008, and then the 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th ones all coming in an action-packed 2009-2010 interval.

Through all this turmoil, Bouman didn’t make his first start with the Jaguars until his 5th time re-signing with the team. Thanks to injuries to both David Garrard and Trent Edwards, the Jaguars had no one to turn to for their October 24th matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Except they did.

The Jaguars called up Todd Bouman on October 19th, only 5 days before the game, and that glorious bastard literally stepped off the tractor at his dad’s farm in Minnesota and started a game in the NFL. Not only did he start, but he played pretty well. Bouman went 18 of 34 with 222 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions, a feat made more impressive when you realize he was throwing to a bunch of nobodies.

For that alone, Bouman makes the list.

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