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Game notes from New Orleans Saints win over Jacksonville Jaguars

Jordan moves up on team's all-time sacks list

• The Saints increased their streak to 278 regular season games without having been shut out, dating to a 26-20 win at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on September 6, 2002 at Raymond James Stadium, the longest running streak in the National Football League and fourth overall.

• Lutz also tied Rian Lindell for the NFL record for consecutive field goals made on the road with 34. 

• Kicker Wil Lutz now has 100 career field goals, joining Morten Andersen (302), John Carney (168) and Doug Brien (123) as the fourth kicker in club history with 100 field goals.

• Playing in his 164th career game, punter Thomas Morsteadpunted six times for 251 yards (41.8 avg.) and five inside the 20-yard line.

• Jordan now has 76.5 career sacks, tied with linebacker Pat Swilling for third in club record books. Jordan became only the fourth Saint with 75 career quarterback takedowns, joining linebacker Rickey Jackson (115), defensive lineman Wayne Martin (82.5) and Swilling (76.5).

• Jordan's two sacks of Jaguars signal caller Gardner Minshew marked the 25th team he has posted a takedown against and the 30th quarterback he has dropped in his nine-year career.

• Defensive end Cameron Jordan played in his 134th career game, moving into a tie with quarterback Archie Manning and tight end John Tice for 22nd on the club's all-time games played list.

• Safety Vonn Bell eclipsed 300 tackles for his career and now has 301. Bell finished with three tackles (one solo). 

• Davis, Lattimore, safety Marcus Williams, and cornerback Eli Apple each recorded a pass defense. 

• Cornerback Marshon Lattimore finished with three solo tackles, three pass defenses, and one interception. Lattimore forced Jaguars quarterback Gardner Minshew's first interception as a starter in the NFL. 

• Linebackers Demario Davis and A.J. Klein each led the team in tackles with six. 

• The Saints' defense held Jacksonville to six points, 226 total yards, and no touchdowns. New Orleans' defense now has two games this season in which it did not surrender a touchdown, a feat the Saints haven't achieved since 1992 when they did it in three games.

• Running back Alvin Kamara gained 31 yards on 11 rushes and 35 yards on seven receptions.

• Cook scored the only touchdown by either team on a four-yard touchdown pass from Bridgewater. Cook finished with three catches for 37 yards and a touchdown.

• Running back Latavius Murray led the team in rushing with 44 yards on eight carries. Murray also caught three passes for 35 yards. 

• Receiver Michael Thomas led the team in receiving with eight receptions for 89 yards. Thomas now has 4,419 career receiving yards, moving into sixth place past Devery Henderson.

• Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater started and won his 21st career game as a starter. Bridgewater completed 24-of-36 passes for 240 yards, a touchdown, and 94.7 quarterback rating. Bridgewater led the Saints on three scoring drives resulting in two field goals and one touchdown. In a drive that spanned the final two quarters, Bridgewater led the Saints on an 11-play, 75-yard drive that ended with a four-yard touchdown to pass to tight end Jared Cook. In the game-winning drive, he completed five-of-six passes for 58 yards. 

• New Orleans racked up 326 yards with 240 passing yards and 104 rushing yards on the way to scoring 13 points.

• Payton improved his record against Jacksonville to 4-0, keeping the Jaguars as one of three teams he has an undefeated record against along with Buffalo and Miami.

• Coach Sean Payton now has 131 career wins, putting him in a tie with Marvin Lewis for 29th place all-time in NFL record books for victories.

• The Saints also extended their streak to 18 wins when leading in the fourth quarter. 

• The win gives New Orleans a 5-2 record against Jacksonville and extends the club's winning streak against AFC franchises to nine games.

• With the win, the Saints move to 5-1 for the second consecutive season, keeping New Orleans in first place in the NFC South. This is the first time New Orleans has started 5-1 in consecutive seasons.

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