Jacksonville Jaguars: Top 10 Quarterbacks in franchise history

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Sep 13, 2015; Jacksonville, FL, USA; A view of a Jacksonville Jaguars helmet before the game against the Carolina Panthers at EverBank Field. The Panthers defeat the Jaguars 20-9. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Number 7. Quinn Gray

Now we’re starting to get serious.

If you don’t remember Quinn Gray, this magnificent specimen chimed in at a trim 246 pounds (probably more since depth charts aren’t know for being accurate) and was the primary backup to David Garrard for a few years in the mid-2000s.

Gray lingered in the background in 2005 and and 2006 before having his number called in 2007 to start for an injured Garrard. With very low expectations, Gray came in and went 2-2 in his 4 starts, putting up some more than respectable statistics. Gray was 80 of 144 for 986 yards, 10 touchdowns, and 5 interceptions during his playing time in 2007.

Gray makes this list primarily because he kept the Jaguars afloat enough during Garrard’s injury to keep them in the playoff hunt. The Jaguars went on to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the wild card round and lose to the then undefeated Patriots, but that probably wouldn’t have happened without the help of Gray.

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