1. Mark Brunell
Finally, we come to the top quarterback in Jacksonville history. Of course, it's Mark Brunell. He is the winningest quarterback in team history, having played the most games (120), throwing for the most yardage (25,698), passing touchdowns (144) and winning the most games with a career record of 63-54.
From 1996 to 1999, Brunell enjoyed four-straight winning records as the team's starter and was voted to the Pro Bowl on three occasions. Over the course of his nine seasons in Jacksonville, Brunell went over that 4,000-yard mark once, passing for 4,367 yards in 1996. He not only led the league in passing yardage that season, but also in yards per attempt.
Funny enough, that season, Brunell also led the league in sacks with 50. It was the first of two different times he would leade the NFL in sacks, later totaling 57 during the 2001 campaign.
In five of Brunell's nine years with the Jags, he led the team to the postseason and holds a career postseason record of 8-6. As the most accomplished passer in Jaguars history, one would also hope that Brunell is soon passed up by Trevor Lawrence. I think that day will eventually be approaching, too.