Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule
The Jacksonville Jaguars may have had a tough go of it last season only winning four
games, but coming off a stellar draft things are definitely looking up for the Jags. The AFC South appears to be a winnable
division and coach Gus Bradley has shown that he can make the right calls and has the ability to motivate his team and keep
them together under the toughest circumstances. Jacksonville spent their early picks in the 2014 NFL Draft focusing on offense
and whether it will be Chad Henne or the number two overall pick Blake Bortles staring the season under center you can expect
the two wide receivers taken in the second round, Marqise Lee out of USC and Allen Robinson out of Penn State, to make some
big contributions right from the start. If everything falls into place at the right time expect the Jaguars to have a bounce
back year and to be competing for the top spot in the AFC South as well as a playoff spot all season long.
the Jaguars will be taking on all of their AFC South foes at EverBank Field in 2014 and you will want to be in the stadium
for each of these big time matchups. It's the Jacksonville Jaguars versus the Indianapolis Colt for the Jags' home opener
on September 21st at EverBank Field. This is a game that both teams will be looking to win to secure a spot at the top of
the division standings and there is no better way for the Jags to prove that they have turned things around than by taking
down the defending division champs. On Sunday, November 9th the Jaguars will be part of the NFL's International Series at
Wembley Stadium in London. This year's international game features the Jacksonville Jaguars against the Dallas Cowboys in
what is always one of the most watched games of the year. On December 7th the Jaguars take on the Houston Texans at EverBank
Field in another important AFC South clash. The two teams both had disappointing seasons in 2013 but are hoping excellent
drafts will help turn things around in 2014. The final home AFC South battle for the Jaguars comes on Thursday, December 18th
against the Tennessee Titans in a game that will be nationally televised. Take a look at the entire Jacksonville Jaguars schedule
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The Jacksonville Jaguars are
looking for a fresh start in 2014 after struggling through the 2013 season. They have jettisoned star running back Maurice
Jones-Drew and will be looking to get big contributions from third year player Jordan Todman as well as seventh round pick
Storm Johnson out of UCF to lead the rushing attack. Quarterback Chad Henne is slate to be the starter but he will be pressured
by rookie Blake Bortles who was the first quarterback taken in the 2014 NFL Draft with the third overall pick and is clearly
the Jaguars' quarterback of the future. Depending on how camp and the preseason goes, as well as the early goings of the regular
season, Jags fans may get more than a few chances to see Bortles under center. Tight end Marcedes Lewis is always an offensive
threat and he will be assisted by the two wideouts the Jaguars selected in the second round, Marqise Lee and Allen Robinson.
Defensively, the Jaguars will run a base 4-3 defense that should be improved and will be facing some potent offenses throughout
the season. Big things are in store for the Jacksonville Jaguars this season and you will want to be a part of it from the
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Whether it is a spectacular catch, a highlight-ready run, or an eye-popping throw, the NFL has you covered if you are looking
for top-tier football action that you'll be talking about well after it's over. There has never been a better time to head
out to the stands so you can actually feel the intensity of the crowd in a way that you never can from your living room. Tickets
to see the Giants play at their home venue of MetLife Stadium are always hot sellers for a reason, as the Giants are usually
one of the best teams in the NFC and often host some of the toughest opponents that the conference has to offer. Home games
featuring the Giants are always great, though there is something great about being on the road as well, as there is nothing
quite like watching your favorite team as they hope to silence the home crowd to the joy of the true fans that made the trip.
Don't miss out on any of the New York Giants action this season.
Jacksonville Jaguars AFC South
Jaguars call the AFC South home, meaning that they will face off against the Indianapolis Colts, the Houston Texans, and the
Tennessee Titans. The Colts are the defending division champions and are riding high behind the talents of quarterback Andrew
Luck. The Texans are coming off a disappointing season but have the explosive Arian Foster in the backfield along with J.J.
Watt and number one overall pick Jadeveon Clowney on defense. The Jaguars took quarterback Blake Bortles with the number three
overall pick and appear poised for a bounce back season while the Titans are looking to see how far Jake Locker and Shonn
Greene can take their team.
The Jacksonville Jaguars joined the NFL in 1995 and have made the playoffs
six times and won their division twice. The Jags have a ring of honor at EverBank Field designated for people important to
the franchise. The ring was named Pride of the Jaguars in a 2006 contest and the first inductee was Tony Boselli a former
left tackle. Former owners Wayne and Delores Weaver, running back Fred Taylor, and quarterback Mark Brunell have also been
given spots in the Pride of the Jaguars.