Cardinals QB Kurt Warner set an NFL record with a 92.3 completion percentage, 24 of 26 passes, in the 31-17 victory.
Cardinals S Adrian Wilson gave RB Beanie Wells a football with his name on it and said he better not let go of it this week after fumbling twice against the Jaguars.
Each of Wells’s fumbles could have been costlier if not for heads-up plays by Cardinals TE Anthony Becht.
Cardinals CB Antrel Rolle had a mixed day with an 83-yard touchdown return of a blocked field goal balancing out a couple of misplays on punt returns.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald caught a touchdown for the eighth straight game.
Jaguars WR Nate Hughes was near tears in the locker room after dropping a touchdown pass that could have made the score 31-24 in the fourth quarter.
An inability to control the Cardinals pass rush meant that Jaguars QB David Garrard had to keep his scrambling shoes on all day.
The Jaguars didn’t create much pass rush of their own on defense, with CB Rashean Mathis getting credit for the team’s only quarterback hit on a corner blitz.
Jaguars WR Torry Holt moved into 13th place on the NFL’s career receiving yardage list.
Said Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio, “I told the team we’re 0-2 and you need to turn your ears off because you’re not going to like what you hear.”