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Darius Reynaud Named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week

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Darius Reynaud earned his second special teams player of the week award.

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Darius Reynaud was named the AFC South player of the week for his two-touchdown effort in Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Here is the release from the NFL.

SPECIAL TEAMS: PR-RB DARIUS REYNAUD, TENNESSEE TITANS

· Reynaud returned three punts for 160 yards and tied an NFL record with two punt-return touchdowns in the Titans’ 38-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Reynaud also added three kickoff returns for 39 yards.

· He became the 13th different player in NFL history with two punt-return touchdowns in a game and the first since REGGIE BUSH in 2008.

· Reynaud registered a 69-yard PR-TD in the second quarter to give the Titans a 21-14 lead.

· In the third quarter, Reynaud gave the Titans a 28-14 advantage on an 81-yard PR-TD.

· He totaled three kick-return touchdowns (two PR-TDs, one KR-TD) in 2012, tied with Ravens KR-PR JACOBY JONES (three) for the most in the NFL.

· In his fourth season from West Virginia, this is Reynaud’s second career Special Teams Player of the Week Award. He previously won the award in Week 3.