Jordan Todman Makes Debut As Jaguars Fall Short To Jets
Former Dartmouth High running back Jordan Todman made his debut with the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday in their 17-10 loss to the New York Jets. It was a pretty ugly game for the most part. The Jaguars went into halftime leading 3-0, and Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez wasn’t doing much to help his team.
In the end the Jets would prevail, scoring two touchdowns and a field goal in the second half. Mike Ownes lead all rushers with 91 yards for Jacksonville, while both Jet RBs had 78 and 77 yards, and a score a peice. Todman rushed the ball 3 times for 8 yards and had 4 kick returns for 78 yards.