Quinn Gray Leads Jaguars In First Career Start

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To the NFL, where an old college friend meets us there. We're talking a battle of the sunshine state, The Jacksonville Jaguars against the Tampa Bay Bucs.

Former Rattler Quinn Gray gets the start... he does the smart thing here, gets the ball in the hands of play-maker Maurice Jones-Drew, which set up the first touchdown of the game.

2nd quarter, he goes up the middle to tight end Greg Eustadia for a first down, sets up a field goal, making it 10-3, Jags on top.

Then trailing in the fourth, some confidence by Gray as he finds Earnest Wilford hiding out in the corner, for a first down.

From the eight yard line, he lofts one to the 6'5 Matt Jones, a circus grab for a touchdown, making a hero out of Gray.

Jaguars Head Coach Jack Del Rio liked what he saw, "He got a win in his first time out, obviously, we did things to minimize the burden that was going to be placed on him, he knew that we wanted to play to our defense."

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