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It wasn’t an easy season for the Jacksonville Jaguars last year, but a few key additions should give them the edge they need to turn it around in 2015. Blake Bortles will look to shake off a rough rookie stretch, and he’ll have the right guy in his corner to help make it happen in Greg Olson. A known QB guru, Olson could be exactly what the talented UCF alumni needs to get on track in the NFL. Of course, a strengthened Jags O-line won’t hurt either: Jeremy Parnell and Stefen Wisniewski are set to provide Bortles with the protection he needs to make good decisions in the pocket. With all the excitement surrounding the team in ’15, Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are sure to move quickly this season—score yours today!
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Jacksonville Jaguars 2014 News and Updates
9/22/15 - It seems like the Jacksonville Jaguars have finally got their momentum. After last week's disappointing loss, the Jaguars rallied and took the win this week, when they played the Miami Dolphins on September 20th during their second home game. This time, the Jaguars took an early lead and held it through the half. The score got tied up later in the game, but the Jaguars still come out with a tidy 20-23 victory. Now, they have three consecutive away games, so fans have a bit of a wait ahead of them. The Jaguars will not be returning to Jacksonville until October 18th. Luckily, they will be having back-to-back home games against the Houston Texans and the Buffalo Bills. If you have been waiting for a opportunity to catch the Jaguars in action, this will be your chance.
9/15/15 - The wait for the season to start is finally over. Unfortunately, the Jacksonville Jaguars had a rough start. The final score in their match against the Carolina Panthers came to 20-9. While that score looks bad, the Jaguars were matching the Panthers point for point and went into halftime only one point down. It was their second half that caused them trouble. The Jaguars have one more home game for them to get their bearings before hitting the road and taking on a team without their fans cheering in the stands. Up next, they host the Miami Dolphins on September 20th. Tickets are still available starting at $57. After that, the Jaguars will be out of town until October 18th when they will host the Houston Texans.
9/8/15 - As the Jacksonville Jaguars prepare for their opening game on Sunday, September 13, against the Panthers, fans are looking to see who is healthy, and who will have to sit out. One player who will be out for the first month of the season will be Julius Thomas, the biggest offseason acquisition for the franchsie. Thomas recently underwent surgery for a broken finger. Wideout Marqise Lee may also sit out the opener due to a hamstring injury. The good news is that quarterback Blake Bortles is healthy and ready to go. Dwayne Gratz has moved past backup and is expected to play in the third-corner role Sunday. It is not too late for fans to get tickets to see the season opener, which will be at home. The tickets prices start as low as $29.
9/3/15 - The Jacksonville Jaguars demonstrated the depth of their current roster when they narrowly beat the Redskins 17-16 in the final preseason game. This game provided an opportunity for the reserve teams to demonstrate their skills and earn a spot on the final 53-man roster. Running back Corey Grant rushed for 74 yards on just five carries and scored a touchdown, which may have helped his case for earning a spot on the roster. His fellow running back Bernard Pierce also had a great game, with 41 yards on two carries. Stephen Morris played the entire game at quarterback, completing 16 of 25 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown. The Jaguars start the regular season at home against the Panthers on September 13. You still have a chance to get your tickets, with prices as low as $37.
8/26/15 - After scoring a preseason upset victory over the Steelers in their home opener, the Jacksonville Jaguars came up short on the road against the Giants this week. Fans in Florida are still excited though, as second-year quarterback Blake Bortles turned in a second solid performance in as many games in 2015. The former third-overall pick went eight for 16 for 98 total yards. He was sacked once and finished with a QB rating of 69.3 for the day. Jacksonville is pushing to return to the postseason for the first time since 2007, and with Bortles evidently developing as hoped, the playoffs could be in sight once again. The Jaguars will visit Washington on 9/3 in their final warm-up before the regular season—get your tickets for FedEx Field now! Seats start at just $2!
8/19/15 - Last week, the Jacksonville Jaguars had their first preseason game against the Steelers and won 23 to 21. The game started out slow for the Jaguars, so they had to rally from behind late in the game to take the victory. Blake Bortles went 11 for 15 passing for 118 yards and had a four-yard touchdown run during the second quarter. The offensive line also had a good game and worked well with the running backs. Several players on the injured list are healing and set to come back soon, including Chris Clemons and James Sample. Roy Miller and Jared Odrick are expected to be healthy in time for the next game on Saturday, August 22, in New York against the Giants. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $7.
8/12/15 - The Jacksonville Jaguars have released their 2015 depth chart in preparation for the preseason opener on Friday. Most of the chart was as expected, such as Blake Bortles getting the starting quarterback role. However, the team made news by releasing several co-starter positions, including at the running back with T.J. Yeldon and Denard Robinson. The defensive tackle, center, and cornerback also listed co-starters. Robinson almost found himself as the only starter when Yeldon was injured during a scrimmage over the weekend. However, there were no broken bones and Yeldon is expected to be good to go. As the season progresses, the running back position may look completely different, as there are six players competing for the spot. Tickets remain available for the preseason opener against the Steelers, with prices as low as $19.
8/7/15 - The Jacksonville Jaguars are a young team, make no mistake. For his money, incoming offensive coordinator Greg Olson has been surprised by some of the quick progress displayed by players operating off of a new playbook. He’s called the team “extremely intelligent,” and one which could be “[pushed] to the limits mentally”. That’s promising news for a franchise that’s coming off of four straight double-digit loss seasons. Jacksonville looks to make their first run back to the playoffs since 2007 this year, and they’ll definitely need to up their offensive game to make it happen. They finished 31st place in total offense last season, but local fans are hopeful that this is the year the Jaguars turn the corner. Get your preseason tickets, on sale now starting at $35 for 8/14!
7/28/15 - The Jacksonville Jaguars will be starting their preseason very soon. Kicking the season off right, they will have their first game on their own field. Chris Clemons, however, has missed the beginning of the Jaguars' training camp. Hopefully this late start to official practicing will not be a problem for Clemons. Fans will see if the Jaguars have what it takes on August 14th. Their first matchup is with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Tickets are still available and start at $44. With the preseason starting in just about two weeks, this may be your last chance to secure a spot for yourself at the season opener. If you want to be among the first to see the Jaguars in action this year, get your tickets today.
7/14/15 - As the 2015 season is sneaking up, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been building their team up especially with free agents. This year the Jaguars currently have a starting lineup that consists of at least six veterans that are new to the team. That is a huge percentage of free agents and plays a huge role in the upcoming training camps. One of the most important Jaguar free agents is tight end, Julius Thomas. He has made a huge impact on the Denver Bronco’s offense and will hopefully be able to fill a hole that the Jaguars have had for a long time. See what this new season brings for the Jaguars when they start their season on August 14, less than a month away. Tickets are still available for the opening game starting at $22.
6/30/15 - When the Jacksonville Jaguars take the field for the 2015 season, they will have a healthy QB in Blake Bortles. Bortles had several shoulder problems last season that hurt his ability to play his best game, which ultimately hurt the team. His injury did not require any surgery, and he took time to rest and recuperate in the offseason. When fans go to buy tickets for the 2015 season, they will have the choice of two new premium seating options, including four-person tables and eight-person chalets. They will also see a new person in the Jaxson de Ville costume, as 19-year veteran Curtis Dvorak has announced his retirement. You can already get your tickets for the home opener on August 14 against the Steelers and all other game sin the season, with prices starting at $16.
6/15/15 - The Jacksonville Jaguars hosted its mandatory minicamp this week. Although this week is mandatory, all but one player participated in the previous nine voluntary OTAs. Chris Clemons, veteran defensive end, has yet to participate, but he has shown up for this week’s camp. Had he not, he would have been fined. Thursday, the last day of the three-day camp, is open to the public, which will also be the last practice until Training Camp begins in August. There are three additional players to watch during this week’s last offseason training beyond just Clemons: Blake Bortles, Allen Robinson, and T.J. Yeldon. The defense is also worth looking at, especially to see how well the young players are maturing. Fans don’t have to wait until August to get tickets; they are on sale now, starting at $15.
6/2/15 - Fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars can catch the team’s game against the Buffalo Bills in October in London for free, but not on any regular television channel. Instead, they can stream it on Yahoo as a way to gauge whether or not streaming football games is lucrative enough for the NFL to pursue in the future. Prior to this deal, any digital streaming of NFL games required paid subscriptions. During the offseason, the Jaguars are working on strengthening their weak points, especially the offensive line. Lack of depth and injury led to a weak offensive line. To change this, they have invested in some strong players for the offensive line, including Jeremy Parnell, Brennan Williams, and Stefen Wisniewski. Fans can see if these moves pay off when the season starts on August 14, with ticket prices as low as $13.
5/19/15 - The Jacksonville Jaguars aren’t wasting any time as they closely approach filling up their roster and completing contracts. A lot of work has been completed with rookies for the upcoming NFL season. This week the Jaguars signed their sixth rookie, Rashad Greene, a wide receiver from Florida State University. Greene made a splash playing for the Seminoles for four years. He started for three of the four years and caught 270 passes in just over 50 games, and scored a whopping 29 touchdowns. The Jaguars are ecstatic to have Greene be a part of their program along with the other rookies they have signed on. See if they can make the magic happen when they face off against the Pittsburgh Steelers on August 14. Grab your tickets now for just $10 a piece.
5/7/15 - With the completion of the NFL draft, experts are already predicting who will make the cut for the Jacksonville Jaguars' 53-player roster. Their overall draft picks included minimal risks and addressed most of the team's pressing needs, but they surprised experts by not drafting any rushing linebackers to add depth to the position. The team added T.J. Yeldon, a running back who may not have been tagged as one of the top players but who nonetheless has an impressive history. The rookies and veterans will head to minicamps and offseason training over the next few weeks to prove to the coaching staff they should make the cut. While the teams prepares, fans can purchase their tickets. The first game will be at home against the Steelers on August 14, with ticket prices starting at $20.
4/22/15 - The highlight of the 2014 season for the Jacksonville Jaguars was their franchise record-setting comeback against the New York Giants, as they managed to erase a 21-0 halftime deficit to take a 25-24 victory when all was said and done. Positive results were tough to find otherwise, as the Jags sputtered to a 3-13 record overall, missing the playoffs by a wide margin. With a new year, Jacksonville is ready to start fresh. They will open the 2015 NFL season at home versus Cam Newton and the Panthers, tangling with the Patriots and Colts in Weeks 3 and 4 respectively. The Jaguars conclude regular season play on the road, visiting the New Orleans Saints in Week 16 before capping things at Houston. Be a part of the excitement live—tickets for the 2015 season are on sale now!
12/15/14 - Dropping their 12th game of the season, the Jacksonville Jaguars remain on track to possibly end up with one of the top draft picks in 2015. The 20-12 loss to Baltimore was the Jags’ second in a row after a Week 13 win over the New York Giants.
12/8/14 - After squeezing past the New York Giants to earn their second victory of 2014, the Jacksonville Jaguars fell back this weekend. The Jags led Houston 13-10 at halftime, but gave up a pair of touchdowns and a field goal in the second half to fall 27-13 to the division-rival Texans.
12/1/14 - Blake Bortles did it with his arm and his legs this time. Down 21 points to the New york Giants, Bortles rallied the Jags to just their second win of the season, throwing for 194 yards and a score to Marqise l;ee, and also running for a team high 68 yards on just five carries.
11/17/14 - The Jacksonville Jaguars were off this weekend as a result of their intercontental trip to London the week before, which resulted in a loss to Dallas. The Jags will return to action this weekend when they head to Indianapolis for a divisional matchup.
11/10/14 - Neutral site, pretty much the same result. The Jacksonville Jaguars found themselves on the short end of a 31-17 defeat from Dallas in the last of three NFL games to be played at London’s Wembley Stadium in 2014, this past weekend.
10/28/14 - The October 26th game against the Miami Dolphins left the Jacksonville Jaguars a little worse for the wear. Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles threw two interceptions that the Dolphins managed to turn into touchdowns. This makes 13 turnovers in six games for Bortles, with six of those happening in the last two weeks. Although the Dolphins were not performing at their peak and gave up plenty of yards earl on in the game, they still managed a 27-13 win over the Jaguars. Jacksonville now stands at 1-7 and are looking to turn their luck around. The Jaguars are now looking ahead to their game on Sunday, November 2nd against the Cincinnati Bengals. If you’re looking for a riveting comeback game, tickets are still available starting at $69.
10/10/14 - Though their season hasn’t started ideally, your Jacksonville Jaguars still have much to play for. Come out to support the team, led by rookie phenom QB Blake Bortles, as they try to secure their first victory of the still young 2014 NFL season. Led by coach Gus Bradley, the young Jaguars are learning on the job. With exciting young talents like rookie receivers Allen Hurns and Allen Robinson, as well as the aforementioned Bortles, the future looks very bright indeed. With remaining home dates against the division rival Houston Texas (3-3) and Tennessee Titans (1-4), as well as matchups against marquee teams like the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants, there is lots of great football to be played at EverBank Field and Razorgator can get you there.
9/16/14 - The Jacksonville Jaguars have started out strong in both of their games this season, only to fall apart after halftime. JAX allowed the Philadelphia Eagles to rally back from an 18-point deficit in Week 1, followed by a trouncing at the hands of a RGIII-less Washington Redskins in Week 2. See if the FedEx squad can play 60 minutes of baseball at home in Week 3. Score Jacksonville Jaguars tickets against the Indianapolis Colts for a minimum of $29 this Sunday (9/21).
9/9/14 - Though the Jacksonville Jaguars ultimately lost their road opener, they certainly sent out a message to the rest of the league: do not underestimate this team! The Jaguars shut out the Philadelphia Eagles, who amassed a 17-0 deficit by halftime. After sacking Nick Foles five times and forcing three turnovers, the Eagles woke up and came roaring back to achieve a 34-17 victory in Philly. It’s evident that this Jacksonville football franchise is on the incline, but see if they can follow through with a win in Week 2. Lock in Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on the road when they face the Redskins in Washington. Don't miss out on the cheapest NFL tickets of the week, at a mere $13 to get-in this Sunday (9/14).
9/3/14 - Football is back this Sunday! The Jacksonville Jaguars open their season up on the road, in Philadelphia against Chip Kelly and the Eagles. The Jaguars defense will have kick things into high gear quickly, if they hope to control Nick Foles’ high-flying passes through the air and LeSean McCoy’s eye-popping moves on the ground. Philly did have tons of trouble at home, while JAX had some substantial success on the road. Score your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets and see this fresh young team get their regular season started on 9/7 for a minimum of $74 at Lincoln Financial Field.
8/27/14 - The Jacksonville Jaguars are gearing up for tomorrow’s preseason Game 4 against the Atlanta Falcons. As characteristic this offseason, eyes will be on the franchise’s No. 3 draft pick. Quarterback Blake Bortles has surprised many with his mature degree of composure and accuracy on the field through summer. The young signal caller has completed 62.2 percent of his passes, with an average of 9.7 yards per attempt—compared to Chad Henne’s 6.1 yards, albeit the starter has seen significantly less time on the gridiron in these exhibition match-ups. Bortles has one touchdown pass and no interceptions, but see if he can add another strong showing to his portfolio with Jacksonville Jaguars tickets! Score preseason game 4 tickets at EverBank Field in for just $12 to get-in.
8/12/14 – The Jacksonville Jaguars are giving us something to talk about other than their HD video screens and stadium amenities. In the 2014 preseason opener, the Jaguars impressed with a 16-10 victory over Tampa Bay. The first-team defense held the Buccaneers to a single first down, but even more impressive was first round pick Blake Bortles, who went 7 of 11 for 117 yards in his debut. Lock down Jacksonville Jaguars tickets and see how the squad fares on the road against Chicago. Get into Soldier Field for a minimum of $37 on Thursday, Aug. 14.
8/5/14 –It looks like Jacksonville Jaguars’ rookie quarterback Blake Bortles found his mojo as soon as the pads came on. In spite of a shaky spring showing, the first-picked QB in the 2014 draft is showing his worth, most recently executing a flawless 2-minute drill that culminated in an audible play for a 30-yard touchdown. Chad Henne’s skill and experience with coordinator Jed Fisch’s offense still render Bortles as back up, but his growth in such a short time is certainly exciting to see. Score Jacksonville Jaguars tickets and watch Bortles play at full speed in the preseason. Get-in for a minimum of $22 and be at EverBank when JAX hosts Tampa Bay.
7/29/14 – The Jacksonville Jaguars got in touch with their roots when the team held training camp at a local high school on Monday night. The change of scenery proved inspiring for the squad, and as newly acquired defensive end Red Bryant illuminated: “It made you feel like high school, when football became so important to you…It keeps you grounded and reminds you of why you love this game so much.” The team will get a rest today before putting their full pads on to resume training on Wednesday. When did you first fall in love with the game? Buy your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets now and see these high school dreamers-turned-pro take the field in 2014.
7/22/14 – The Jacksonville Jaguars may be entering training camp this week, but the franchise will be making headlines for another reason over the weekend. The Jaguars are set to unveil the world’s largest HD video display at EverBank Field this Saturday, a behemoth of a screen that will grant spectators a look at every pearl of sweat, drop of blood and trickle of tears shed by your Jaguars in 2014 and beyond. Fans will clearly see who will have won the position battles of training camp, from offensive line to wide receivers and pass rush, with Jacksonville Jaguars tickets.
16/14 – Remember when the Jacksonville Jaguars made all those aggressive moves in free agency? Well, with the start of training camp, now is the time to see those acquisitions come to a head! The Jaguars used six of their nine draft picks on offense, to fans are sure to see a rookie lined up in Week 1. Having Toby Gerhart has instilled even more optimism as the running back looks forward to being Jacksonville’s version of “beast mode” in place of Maurice Jones-Drwe. Teammate Cecil Shorts is in awe of Gerhart’s “smooth, powerful running” that he honed as Adrian Peterson’s back up, and the franchise and fans alike are teeming with anticipation to see him unleashed on the gridiron in 2014. Get your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets now and see his debut in person.
7/9/14 – Since the Jacksonville Jaguars released their training camp schedule, the upcoming NFL season has never felt closer! In T-3 weeks, players will report for camp (July 24), with first team practices starting the following morning. Preseason games commence in exactly one month, so score your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets now! The JAX will faceoff against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the first exhibition game of the year, Aug 8, and you can get into EverBank Field for a super affordable $9 minimum!
7/2/14 – The Jacksonville Jaguars needed nothing more than a more forgiving schedule as they attempt to bounce back from a 4-12 season. The Jaguars have three games in 2014 against the poorer performing NFC East, and their schedule pre-bye week includes the Steelers, Titans, Browns and Dolphins—presumably winnable games. After the bye, Jacksonville will take on the Houston Texans, who are still embattling a steep uphill climb, twice. Score Jacksonville Jaguars tickets this summer to see the squad set a positive tone for the season.
6/25/14 – The Jacksonville Jaguars closed the final phase of the offseason last week, and are now enjoying the NFL equivalent to summer break, before returning in exactly one month for preseason. Training camp is due to start on July 25. Keep an eye out for the two offensive weapons Jacksonville picked up in the Draft: wide receivers Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson. These two will be used in the upcoming season, but in what way and how often will be determined by their summer performances. In the last week, Jacksonville signed two of their three touted picks to contracts, including No. 3 overall Blake Bortles and Allen Robinson; Marqise Lee remains as the only draftee unsigned. See how these impact-rookies fare in the new season with Jacksonville Jaguars tickets!
6/17/14 – With the offseason winding down and summer right around the corner, the Jacksonville Jaguars kicked off their three-day mandatory minicamp today. An area of concern is the receiving squad, which lacked seven players for a short time this offseason. To offset the thin roster, Jacksonville drafted rookie Brandon Wimberly and free agent Kevin Smith. On the upside, the squad saw the return of Mike Brown, Ace Sanders and Cecil Shorts. One area burgeoning with talent is running back, where Denard Robinson, Jordan Todman and Storm Johnson are battling for the No.2 position behind Toby Gerhart. Lock in Jacksonville Jaguars tickets and see if the club can secure a strong group of receivers by August!
6/10/14- The Jacksonville Jaguars made a (quite literal) splash in the media yesterday, announcing a brand new poolside cabana class of seating at EverBank Field. The former stadium seats have been transformed into a two-level party deck complete with dual pools and 16 cabanas, available for $12, 500 a game (50 tickets), or $250 per person. Additionally, there will be two 362 foot-long video replay boards (largest in the world) and an extended Fan Cave. There, of course, have not only been stellar improvements to the stadium, but with the free agent upgrades of Zane Beadles, Chris Clemons, Red Bryant and Toby Gerhart, and the draft selections of Blake Bortles, Marquise Lee and Allen Robinson (all in the first two rounds), it looks like the team will have far more post-game parties as well. The best part of it all? Despite these vast in-house and in-locker room enhancements, face value Jacksonville Jaguars tickets will not rise in price one bit this season!
6/3/14 - The Jacksonville Jaguars are giving their wide receiver Justin Blackmon another chance. Once the WR is reinstated from an indefinite suspension for multiple NFL substance-abuse policy violations, they intend to see him return to the field. Blackmon made 19 catches for 326 yards in his first two games back from his first 2013 suspension, only to be pulled for the last eight games because of another violation. On the upside, former Seahawks pass rusher Chris Clemmons has made his debut this week during OTAs. The starter missed week one due to family issues, but his skill and aggression on the field is a much-needed welcome to the Jaguars scheme. Buy your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets now and see how these players fit in during the 2014 season!
5/28/14 - The Jacksonville Jaguars kicked off OTAs yesterday with renewed optimism under the bright Florida sun. Newly acquired running back Toby Gerhart couldn't wait to escape his backup position behind workhorse Adrian Peterson, and he is primed for a breakout campaign as a Jacksonville starter. Another player looking to make an impression is Luke Joeckel, who is making his debut at left tackle after playing on the right side until suffering a fractured ankle last season. The squad is considered a finalist to appear on HBO's football documentary "Hard Knocks" this year, but why not see them in person instead of on TV? Lock down your 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars tickets now!
5/20/14 - There's tons of hype surrounding the Jacksonville Jaguars this season. A record crowd watched their minicamp over the weekend, with more than 6,200 people in attendance, despite 2014 considered another rebuilding year for the organization. Blake Bortles frenzy has arrived in Florida as the potential franchise QB made his promising debut in front of thousands of eager fans; presumed starting quarterback Chad Henne is also excited to have Bortles work under him this season. Other impressive rookies were tryouts Beau Blakenship (RB) and Jerome Junior (S), who were the only two undrafted free agents to score a deal. Clearly this franchise in on the incline under head coach Gus Bradley--the local fan base is fired up to see the squad take the field even during early summer. Get your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets early before they go!
5/14/14 - They took a flyer…two actually…on QB Blake Bortles at #3 overall and with the speed and athleticism of wide receiver Marqise Lee from USC at #39. Bortles probably wont even see the field this season as they prep him for future success and hope he can become a dynamic pass-catch duo with Lee. They also added another wide receiver in Allen Robinson from Penn State because of the uncertainty surrounding current WR Justin Blackmon.
4/17/14- The Jacksonville Jaguars preseason schedule is penciled in: they'll take on two teams with new head coaches and will have a national audience for one competition. In their first of four preseason games, the Jaguars will host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before hitting the road in Week 2 to visit the Bears. Jacksonville's game at Soldier Field in Chicago (Thursday, Aug 14) will be watched nationwide on Thursday, Aug 14. Jacksonville will continue on the road to play the Lions in Detroit, before coming home to wrap things up versus Atlanta (Aug 28). While the Jaguars will not be facing any of these opponents in the regular season, they'll be facing three of the top quarterbacks in the NFL (Jay Cutler, Matt Stafford, Matt Ryan) and their weapons (Alshon Jeffery, Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones), who should serve as great practice for this re-built team.
Three of the Jaguars first four games will be on the road – facing Philadelphia, Washington, and Chargers in Week 1, 2, and 4 respectively. While Jacksonville will get rid of their two NFC East road games early, they’ll host defending division champs Indianapolis Colts (avg. $130) in Week 3. A must-see game headlining the Jacksonville Jaguars schedule comes Week 10 for a trip across the pond. In a ”home game” against the Dallas Cowboys (avg. $263), the Jags have a chance to improve their record in London. Jacksonville’s sole prime time game comes late in the season against the Tennessee Titans in Week 16 (min. $36). In addition to the Philly’s opener, Chargers road game, out-of-Country Dallas game previously mentioned, the Jags will also have to face a talented Bengals squad in Week 9 and the Ravens (whose roster now includes Daryl Smith and Eugene Monroe) in Week 15 on the road. With the eighth cheapest tickets in the NFL, the Jacksonville Jaguars prices average $200 on the resale market following the release of the NFL schedule.
2/13/14 – Jaguars GM David Caldwell can be very aggressive in free agency with close to $30M in cap room to play with. There’s no question that Jacksonville needs a quarterback, and with a third overall pick, Johnny Manziel is looking like the best option for the Jags should he still be on the market. Manziel would bring a competitive spirit and a fire to drive this team to its greatest potential. Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne combined for 21 interceptions in 2013 and neither was able to fully take over the reins. The Jaguars last playoff run was seven years ago and since, have not been better than .500. Can Jacksonville continue down the right path to improvement? Second-year head coach, Gus Bradley, has the team headed in the right direction after his rookie campaign.
12/17/13 - The Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the Buffalo Bills, 27-20, effectively cutting short their win streak to three games. Even though this was Jax’s first loss that wasn’t a blowout (losing by less than double digits) the Jaguars made the same unnecessary turnovers, messy tackles and miscues they have overcome from early in the season. Looking to tighten up and bounce back, Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are the cheapest Sunday game by a landslide, a mere $39 on average when they host the Tennessee Titans.
12/10/13 - The Jacksonville Jaguars spoiled the Houston Texans’ attempt at redemption with a tremendous 27-20 victory at home for last week's Thursday Night Football. After winning their last four of five games, the Jags are astonishingly included in playoff talk; provided a handful of miracles, some major upsets and a win-out scenario. The fact that postseason is within the realm of possibility is laudable enough for a team that started off 0-8, but the Jags will need all the support they can get when they face the Buffalo Bills this Sunday, sans star RB Maurice Jones-Drew (hamstring injury). Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are one of the lowest priced games of the week, at $58 on average.
12/3/13 - For the first time in three years, the Jacksonville Jaguars have won back-to-back games, following their dramatic victory over the Cleveland Browns (32-28). The winning touchdown came with 40 seconds left in the game when Chad Henne lobbed a 20-yard pass to Cecil Shorts (Cleveland native), who held onto the ball for the score. There’s no denying that while JAX has improved immensely, the Houston Texans have been a train wreck, and the two will go head to head this week. Be there to see if the Jaguars can attain their 3rd straight win! Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are the cheapest game of the week by far: a measly $5 to get in and an unbelievable $28 on average!
11/26/13 - Things are looking up for the Jacksonville Jaguars, who achieved a convincing defeat over the atrocious Houston Texans on Sunday, 13-6. The Jaguars handed the Texans their ninth straight loss with the help of Maurice Jones-Drew, who ran for a season-high 84 yards and a touchdown, and Josh Scobee who kicked two field goals to secure the victory for the second time in three games. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are the bargain of the week, at just $12 to get in and $42 on average against the Cleveland Browns this weekend!
11/19/13- The Jacksonville Jaguars fell to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, unable to follow-up last week’s win with another. For fans, the highlight of the game came when the Jaguars scored their first touchdown pass in Jacksonville this year, but despite taking the early lead (up 14 points in the first quarter) the team was unable to maintain possession. Next week, the spiraling Houston Texans host the Jaguars, presenting a winnable game for JAX, who may hand Houston their 10th straight loss. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are only $10 to get in!
11/12/13 - No longer winless! On Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars bested the Tennessee Titans on the road, 29-27. Maurice Jones-Drew and Jordan Todman ran for touchdowns, and the Jaguars held off the Titans’ fourth quarter rally, finally putting an end to the 13 game losing streak accrued since last season. While postseason hopes are dashed, the locker room is a ‘buzz with high spirits and new optimism. Can Jacksonville bust out their second win of the year against the Arizona Cardinals this Sunday? Tickets are as low as $5 to find out!
11/5/13 - The Jacksonville Jaguars were sent into their bye week without a number in the win column, at 0-8. This week, receiver Justin Blackmon has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy, a problem that has followed him from Oklahoma State into the NFL. This loss will hurt a team that is already down, as Blackmon was a key producer on offense. They will come out of the bye pushing for their first win of the season, when they take on the Tennessee Titans at LP Field this Sunday. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets are just $15 to get in and $77 on average.
10/29/13 - In front of a boisterous Wembley Stadium crowd on Sunday, the Jacksonville Jaguars were unanimously creamed by the San Francisco 49ers. It seems not even playing in London on neutral ground can jumpstart the Jaguars, who have all but flat-lined on the year. They could have seriously used a win before heading into their bye, but Jacksonville's pass rush was ineffective in corralling Colin Kaepernick, who completed 54 yards rushing, 164 passing, and sacked zero times and the run defense came in last in the league. On a brighter note, Maurice Jones-Drew had a good showing, and finished with 75 yards on 19 carries and 6 catches. At the halfway mark, the toughest part of their season is over, as the Jags will face the Texans, Browns, and Bills in upcoming weeks. They will be pitted against the Tennessee Titans at LP Field on the other side of the bye (Nov 10).
10/22/13 - The Jacksonville Jaguars have perpetuated their win drought, dropping to 0-7 on the season, after a clobbering by the San Diego Chargers. The Jaguars watered down hopes of reviving their season after a virtuous performance against the Denver Broncos last week, and they were unable to put up double digits or a fighting chance over Philip Rivers and San Diego’s unrelenting defense in Week 7. The Jaguars will look for their first win over the San Francisco 49ers across the pond at Wembley Stadium next week, and they could really use a win before their bye in Week 9. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets have boosted in price at $189 on average (compared to just $36 last week) when they play in front of another colossal crowd in London, for the NFL’s second international game this season.
10/16/13 - The Jacksonville Jaguars put up an extremely valiant showing against the undefeated Denver Broncos on Sunday’s game despite talk of an all over blowout. The Jaguars even out gained the Broncos in yards in the first half and showed some kinks in Peyton Manning and the Bronco’s offensive machine before falling to a 19-35 loss. Highlights of the game come from quarterback Chad Henne, who made his 10th career 300-yard game and receiver Justin Blackmon, who had 14 catches for 190 yards. There is hope yet for the Jacksonville Jaguars as they will next host a groggy San Diego Chargers (flying across the country after a Monday night game) on Sunday. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets feature the second lowest minimum price of the week at $8 and the cheapest average ticket price at $36.
10/8/13 - Yet again, the Jacksonville Jaguars have all but cemented their place at the bottom of the barrel in the AFC and the entire league, scoring just 51 points in five games. The Jaguars were defeated on the road by the St. Louis Rams in a messy Sunday showing, but the team played a more commendable game than their four previous games, losing 20-34. Maurice Jones-Drew made an explosive display, and Justin Blackmon debuted with a 67 yard rushing touchdown and 5 catches for 136 yards. Unfortunately, potential for redemption has been further snuffed out, with the injury of Jaguars’ No.2 overall pick Luke Joeckel (broken ankle), and quarterback Blaine Gabbert’s strained hamstring injury. The Jaguars will move on to play the Denver Broncos at Mile High in Denver. Tickets to witness an odds-on Jacksonville Jaguars hammering at the hands of Peyton Manning are a pricey $225 and $100 to get in.
10/1/13 - The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-4 after being annihilated by the Indianapolis Colts 37-3 on Sunday. Not only are they sitting at the bottom of the AFC South, but the Jaguars have consistently ranked #32 in the majority of Power Rankings through four games, and have all but cemented their dishonorable position as the worst team of 2013. Jacksonville has a point differential of minus-98 thus far, which is twice as bad at last season. What’s more, the Jaguars have had to begin a free-beer-with-a-ticket promotion to boost sales for a team that has not ranked higher than 20th in NFL’s attendance ranking. The Jacksonville Jaguar’s schedule will be relentless in upcoming weeks, when they play the Denver Broncos, San Diego Chargers and San Francisco 49ers. For Week 5, the Jaguars will travel to St. Louis to play the Rams; ticket prices are extremely low, at just $8 to get in.
9/25/13 - With losses that were more like blowouts than competitive play, the Jacksonville Jaguars are another team with a dubious 0-3 records to start off the season. Things may be looking up for the Jaguars to salvage their season, as starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert will be returning in Week 4 from a hand laceration injury he suffered in their first game. The Jaguars are hoping to change their winless history, coming off of a 2-14 record last season, when they play the 2-1 Indianapolis Colts at EverBank Field this Sunday in Florida. Prices for this game are low, averaging at $34, and just $14 to get in.
The Jaguars have nowhere to go but up following a season that saw them finish 2-14 and tie for the worst record in the NFL. While the team did not add any major free agents this offseason, they believe new coach Gus Bradley will breathe new life into the franchise. Many fans hoped for the acquisition of Tim Tebow, but they will instead be forced to root for major improvement from third-year quarterback Blaine Gabbert. Gabbert should expect more support this season from running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who led the NFL in rushing yards in 2011, but played in only five games last season. The average price for Jaguars tickets to regular season home games this season is $114, fourth-lowest in the NFL and 40% below the league average.
The Jaguars season opener is at home versus the Kansas City Chiefs, and Chiefs vs. Jaguars tickets are averaging $106. The most expensive game at EverBank Field this season comes in Week 15 against the Buffalo Bills, with an average Bills vs. Jaguars tickets price of $131. The least expensive home game on the Jaguars schedule in 2013 is Week 11, with an average price of $94. In Week 8, the Jaguars travel to London, England to play the defending NFC Champion San Francisco 49ers. Average price for the game at Wembley Stadium is $581, 48% more than the Vikings vs. Steelers game in London earlier in the season. The defending AFC East Champion Houston Texans come to town in Week 14, and Texans vs. Jaguars tickets are averaging $117.