JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars finally ended their scoring drought, and they had Kyle Boller to thank for it.

Greg Jones ran for a career-high 106 yards and a touchdown, Matt Jones had a career-high 117 yards receiving and a score and the Jaguars beat the slumping Baltimore Ravens 30-3 on Sunday.

Jacksonville (6-3) snapped its NFL-record, 58-game streak of not scoring at least 30 points. The Jaguars tied Cleveland’s mark last week. Cleveland set the record between 1995 and 2001 (the Browns didn’t field a team in 1996-98).

The Jaguars needed a field goal and a late defensive touchdown to end the streak.

Byron Leftwich completed a 42-yard pass to Matt Jones with about 4 minutes to play, setting up Josh Scobee’s third field goal – a 26-yarder that gave Jacksonville a 23-3 lead.

On the ensuing possession, Mike Peterson intercepted a pass from Boller and returned it 26 yards for a score that put the Jaguars at the 30-point mark for the first time since Dec. 23, 2001 – a 33-3 victory over Minnesota.

The Jags celebrated like they were headed to the playoffs.

They didn’t care that it came against a Baltimore team that played without two of the best defenders in the league – linebacker Ray Lewis and safety Ed Reed.

The Ravens (2-7) also had Boller in the lineup for the first time since the season opener. Boller was sacked four times and harassed into three interceptions.

Baltimore lost its fourth consecutive game and eighth in a row on the road. The Ravens also extended their streak of not scoring a touchdown to 11 quarters.

The Jags, meanwhile, rebounded from a slow start for the second straight week and improved to 6-3 for the second consecutive season under coach Jack Del Rio.

Last year, the Jags followed the strong start with three straight losses. Now, they play the next three on the road – against Tennessee, Arizona and Cleveland.

The Jaguars could be without Fred Taylor for part of that stretch. Taylor missed Sunday’s game with a badly bruised right foot.

But at least the Jaguars found a backup.

Greg Jones became the first Jacksonville running back since 2001 not named Taylor to run for 100 yards. Stacey Mack was the last to do it.

Jones capped a 92-yard drive in the third quarter with a 1-yard TD run. Matt Jones did even more damage.

He beat Chris McAlister for a 32-yard score in the second quarter – a perfectly thrown pass from Leftwich on third down – that put the Jaguars ahead 7-3.

Jones also beat Deion Sanders for a 36-yard gain on third-and-8 that set up Greg Jones’ scoring run in the third. He added the 42-yard reception late in the fourth – when everyone thought the Jags would just run out the clock.

But the Jaguars wanted to score. Boller certainly helped.

Boller missed seven games after hyperextending a toe on his right foot in the opener against Indianapolis. He finished 19-of-33 for 142 yards after completing his first eight passes.

AP-ES-11-13-05 1622EST

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