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The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of the newest football teams, joining the league along with the Carolina Panthers in the 1995 season as part of the NFL’s planned two team expansion. Support for a professional team in Jacksonville started in the early 1970’s as they put teams in different professional leagues over the years before finally being accepted by the NFL. In the 1980’s, Jacksonville made a strong push to get the Houston Oilers. The mayor at the time promised the Oilers owner they would sell 82,000 Jacksonville Jaguars tickets every game for the first 10 years in an attempt to persuade him; however the deal did not fall through. Jacksonville finally got to sell its first Jacksonville Jaguars tickets in 1995, a season in which the team finished with a dismal 4-12 record. Attendance was high the first year, but the team sold even more Jacksonville Jaguars tickets in their second year as they finished 9-7 and made their first playoff appearance in franchise history. Success in the playoffs came early for the Jaguars as they won their first-round game 30-27, and created one of the biggest NFL upsets in recent memory by defeating the one seed Denver Broncos. They eventually lost in the AFC Championship game, but the Jags success continued the next three years as they made the playoffs each year and won two Division Championships in a row. Attendance figures were up while the team was having success in its early years, but as the production dropped off in the 2000’s so did the sale of Jacksonville Jaguars tickets.

EverBank Field has been the home of the Jaguars since they were introduced as an expansion franchise. EverBank Field can hold 67,246 people who purchase Jacksonville Jaguars tickets, and can be expanded to 84,000 seats for college football and special events. Jacksonville was home to some of the biggest college football games of the year, leading to speculation that it was a prime location for a professional sports team. This was true as many fans purchased Jacksonville Jaguars tickets during the early years, but with the Jaguars recent lack of success and the popularity of college football, ticket sales have declined. There was speculation during the 2011 season that the team would be sold and moved out of the state due weak sales of Jacksonville Jaguars tickets. The team was eventually sold as expected, but new owner, Shahid Khan, intends to keep the franchise in Jacksonville. With many fans these days preferring to watch football from home rather than at the stadium on Sundays the Jaguars are facing even more difficulty regarding attendance, a sad fact considering EverBank Field is one of the nicest stadiums in football.

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4-18-14: Gus Bradley leads his Jacksonville Jaguars into the fire in his second season in 2014, and it will all start with a tough preseason schedule. The Jacksonville Jaguars preseason schedule gets started at home against fellow Florida-based Tampa Bay in week one, followed by a trip to Chicago to battle the Bears in front of a national audience. It gets serious in week three, as the Jags should offer up a real look at their week one starting lineup when they take on the Detroit Lions on the road. With a steadily improving defense and some quality additions, Jaguars fans will get a good idea of how much their Jacksonville squad has improved against an explosive Lions team. The backups will continue to compete to round out the roster come week four, as Jax finishes up August at home in style against the Atlanta Falcons.

4-7-14: Jacksonville kicked off the 2014 offseason by ending the failed Blaine Gabbert experiment, shipping him off the the 49ers for a late round draft pick. That led them to bring back Chad Henne to be the bridge for their next franchise passer, who they are fully expected to select in the 2014 NFL Draft. The Jaguars also made the decision to move on from aging running back Maurice Jones-Drew, as they brought in career backup Toby Gerhart to take over in the backfield. Jacksonville continued to build up their improving defense, as well, as head coach Gus Bradley brought in defensive linemen Red Bryant and Chris Clemson, two solid holdovers from his days with the Seattle Seahawks.

3-21-14: The Jacksonville Jaguars officially moved on from the Maurice Jones-Drew era, as they brought in former Vikings backup running back Toby Gerhart to take over the backfield. The team also moved on under center, as they sent failed franchise passer Blaine Gabbert to the 49ers for a sixth round draft pick. Jacksonville was busy elsewhere, beefing up their offensive line with former Broncos guard Zane Beadles, while also strengthening their defensive line by bringing on defensive tackle Ziggy Hood and former Gus Bradley pupil Chris Clemons. The Jaguars were a lot more competitive in 2013 than their record ended up suggesting, and with some key signings and a good draft, could be gearing up for a surprisingly solid 2014 season.

12-31-13: Following an 0-8 start, the Jacksonville Jaguars wanted nothing more than to march into Indianapolis and cap their second half of the season with another win. That wouldn’t happen. Chad Henne threw for 331 yards and a touchdown, but Jacksonville never got the ground game rolling in a 30-10 rout by the hands of the Colts.

12-24-13: Maurice Jones-Drew played through an injury and offered up 69 total yards, but it wasn’t enough to help the Jaguars hold onto a late 16-6 lead at home. Ryan Fitzpatrick completed the comeback for the Tennessee Titans, as he tossed the deciding touchdown just 35 seconds into the final quarter, giving the Titans the 20-16 road victory.

12-17-13: Chad Henne threw for 237 passing yards and two touchdowns, but was also sacked five times and tossed two interceptions in a close 27-20 home loss to the Buffalo Bills. Jordan Todman stepped up with Maurice Jones-Drew sidelined with an injury, as he piled on 150+ total yards in the loss.

12-10-13: Jacksonville struck early with two Chad Henne touchdowns and did enough late to hold onto a win over the visiting Houston Texans, 27-20. The win gave Jacksonville their fourth win of the season and their fourth in the past five weeks.

12-3-13: Jacksonville wasn’t supposed to be earning wins with regularity. Not after starting 2013 at 0-8. They continued to defy logic in week 13, though, as they earned a thrilling 32-28 win over the Cleveland Browns on the road. Maurice Jones-Drew threw a touchdown pass and Chad Henne had two more, while Jax forced Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden into several mistakes for their third win in their last four contests.

11-26-13: Just a few weeks ago Jaguars fans were wondering if their team would win a single game in 2013. Now they’re wondering if they’ll ever stop. The Jaguars’ defense played gritty football and picked off Case Keenum late to seal a hard-fought 13-6 win, giving the Jags their second win in three weeks following an 0-8 start.

11-19-13: Jacksonville was looking for it’s second straight win against the Arizona Cardinals in week 11, a week after earning their first victory since November of 2012. They wouldn’t get it, however, as Arizona scored the final 13 points of the game in a 27-14 home defeat.

11-12-13: The Jaguars knocked Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker out of the game in week 10 (foot) and held on for their first win of 2013 with a narrow 29-27 victory on the road. The Titans couldn’t get anything going on offense early, while the Jaguars simply took advantage of three Tennessee fumbles and converted touchdowns when in scoring position - something they had struggled with all year.

10-30-13: Jacksonville didn’t come close to beating the 49ers in London in week eight, as they simply had no answer for the 49ers’ dominant rushing attack in a 42-10 bone-crushing loss. The Jaguars did try to make it interesting by converting on 3-of-5 fourth down attempts, but simply couldn’t get it done in the red-zone as they suffered their eighth straight loss to start the 2013 season.

10-22-13: A week after giving the Denver Broncos all they had to offer, the Jacksonville Jaguars seemed to run out of gas in a 24-6 home loss to the San Diego Chargers. Maurice Jones-Drew struggled his way to just 31 rushing yards in a game that got out of hand early, while Chad Henne passed for over 300 yards and hooked up with injured wide receiver Cecil Shorts eight times. In the end, the Jaguars simply couldn’t run effectively on offense nor stop the run on defense in the home defeat.

10-15-13: The Jacksonville Jaguars were 26-point underdogs as they entered their week six contest with the Denver Broncos. Let’s hope you didn’t shoot for the spread. The Jaguars gave bettors fits in week six, as they picked off a Peyton Manning pass and returned it for a score in the first half, helping to keep an eventual blowout close until late in the game. Justin Blackmon kept things interesting on offense, too, as he hauled in a whopping 14 receptions for 190 yards to help the Jaguars move the ball more consistently than anyone fathomed. The Broncos adjusted and ended up putting this one away late, however, taking a 35-19 win into week seven.

10-8-13: The Jacksonville Jaguars continued their season-long struggle in week five, as even the return of wide receiver Justin Blackmon couldn’t help the offense enough to get the team’s first win of 2013. Blackmon certainly provided a spark and made things interesting early, however, as he ended the day with over 130 receiving yards and a touchdown. Blackmon’s efforts simply weren’t enough in the end, however, as Jacksonville once again got erratic play from quarterback Blaine Gabbert, and could not sustain an effective rushing attack with Maurice Jones-Drew. Backup quarterback Chad Henne entered the game in the final quarter for an injured Gabbert and made it close with a scoring strike to make it a seven point deficit, but the Jaguars couldn’t slow down Rams quarterback Sam Bradford and fell on the road, 34-20.

10-1-13: Jacksonville’s rough 2013 only got worse in week four, as Blaine Gabbert returned from a hand injury to toss three interceptions and help the Jaguars offense put up just one score in an embarrassing 37-3 blowout loss at home to the Indianapolis Colts. Jacksonville actually had some success limiting Indy’s rushing attack, as they allowed running back Trent Richardson just 60 yards on 20 carries. However, the defense was gashed by backup running back Donald Brown on a 50-yard run and couldn’t stop the Colts’ passing game all day. More importantly, the offense turned the ball over three times and absorbed four sacks in an ineffective performance that forced their defense’s back against the wall from the start.

9-20-13: The battle of arguably the two worst teams in the entire NFL took place in week two, as the Jaguars visited the Raiders in a late afternoon contest. Jacksonville struggled to generate any offense throughout this clash, but really found it difficult to move the ball once their top playmaker, running back Maurice Jones-Drew, exited for good with an injury. MJD finished with just 27 rushing yards on the day. Quarterback Chad Henne did help Jacksonville to their first nine points of the 2013 season, but took five sacks and simply couldn’t do enough to get the win. On the other side, Darren McFadden took advantage of the matchup to top 100 rushing yards in this one, while Terrelle Pryor relatively played mistake-free football in the 19-9 home win for Oakland. The loss drops Jacksonville to 0-2 on the year. Next week, they head to Seattle to take on the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field.

9-10-13: The Jacksonville Jaguars had optimism entering this matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs, but could only put a safety on the board as they fell to the Chiefs 28-2. Jacksonville’s offense struggled mightily throughout the game and even lost starting quarterback Blaine Gabbert to a hand injury. Things really couldn't have gone worse for the Jags, who have to hope that week 2 against the Raiders in Oakland is better.

9-3-13: Here are the Jags final roster cuts as they head into the regular season: QB Matt Scott, QB Mike Kafka, CB Marcus Trufant, WR Jeremy Ebert, DE Pannel Egboh, RB Jonathan Grimes, LB Brandon Marshall, WR Charly Martin, OT Pat McQuistan, OG Drew Nowak, CB Kevin Rutland, DT D'Anthony Smith, LB Julian Stanford, WR Toney Clemons, DE Ryan Davis, DT T.J. Barnes, OT R.J. Dill, TE Ryan Otten, WR Tobais Palmer, S Steven Terrell, LB Mike Zimmer.

8-20-13: Jacksonville fell to 0-2 on the preseason, losing 37-13 to the Jets at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. On the positive side of things, the Jaguars did hold a 13-10 lead at the half before their bench was outscored 27-0 in the 2nd. Blaine Gabbert had a good game, completing 13 of 16 passes for 165 yards and a 5-yard TD toss to Allen Reisner. In his first game action since injuring his foot last October, Maurice Jones-Drew only rans the ball 3 times for 9 yards. Denard Robinson carried the ball 11 times for 29 yards. Next up for Jags is the Eagles on Saturday in Jacksonville.

8-11-13: The Jaguars dropped their preseason opener 27-3 to the Dolphins. Blaine Gabbert was disappointing in his preseason debut, completing 5 of his 10 passes for 19 yards and an interception. Chad Henne was better, completing 8 of 11 for 87 yards. Running back Jordan Todman carried the ball 6 times for 45 yards and rookie Denard Robinson ran it 9 times for 32 yards.

7-10-13: The Jaguars started over again with new head coach Gus Bradley, but still are rolling with mediocrity at best at the quarterback position via Blaine Gabbert or Chad Henne. More bad news for the Jags, as they’ll have to play the first four games of the year without wide receiver Justin Blackmon, and their defense isn’t expected to be markedly better than last year.

6-25-13: Blaine Gabbert is still the likely culprit at quarterback in 2013, but his short-comings may not be so evident if veteran running back Maurice Jones-Drew can return to top form and be the beast he was just two seasons ago. Considering he’s in a contract year, he’ll have every bit of motivation to do exactly that. On the flip-side, Jacksonville has started over with a new regime, and one of their main focuses has been improving a shaky defense. Rookie safety Jonathan Cyprien could help make Jacksonville’s home game average price of just $132 end up being quite the bargain.

2013 Jaguars Draft Overview:

  • Round 1, Pick 2: Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
  • Round 2, Pick 1: Johnathan Cyprien, S, Florida International
  • Round 3, Pick 2: Dwayne Gratz, CB, Connecticut
  • Round 4, Pick 4 (from Philadelphia): Ace Sanders, WR, South Carolina
  • Round 5, Pick 2: Denard Robinson, WR, Michigan
  • Round 6, Pick 1: Josh Evans, FS, Florida
  • Round 7, Pick 2: Jeremy Harris, CB, New Mexico State
  • Round 7, Pick 4 (from Philadelphia): Demetrius McCray, CB, Appalachian State

    12-4-12: The Jags have looked like a much better team since Chad Henne has taken over at Quarterback. Forcing the Texans into overtime was a huge surprise and since then they have gone 1-1. Their next matchup is against the New York Jets at home. At 2-10 they have no shot at the playoffs but may look to play spoiler and build towards next season. Chad Henne has thrown for over 800 yards in three games since taking over as full time starter.

  • Here are the all opponents on the 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars schedule:

    Home: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Miami Dolphins, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants

    Away: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Tennessee Titans, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, San Diego Chargers, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins

    Dates to be announced in late April.