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The Jacksonville Jaguars are a professional American football team that has been playing in Jacksonville, Florida since their first season in 1995. They compete in the National Football League (NFL) as a member of the American Football Conference (AFC) South division and play their home games at TIAA Bank Field.

The Jaguars were founded in 1995 as an expansion team along with the Carolina Panthers, bringing professional football to Jacksonville for the first time. The franchise was awarded to Wayne Weaver, who served as the team's first owner. The Jaguars' early home games were played at the historic Gator Bowl Stadium before demolishing it and erecting TIAA Bank Field on the same site. In 1995 the Jaguars first NFL season ended with a 4-12 record, but during the next four seasons the Jags made playoff runs still remembered in Jacksonville, even reaching the AFC Championship Game in 1996 and 1999, but losing both big games. In 2017 the Jaguars also came close to a Super Bowl appearance as they loss 24-20 to the New England Patriots.

They are currently owned by Shahid Khan, who acquired the team on November 29, 2011 from Wayne Weaver for a total $770 million. Kahn is one of the three NFL team owners that wasn't born in the United States. 

High hopes in Jacksonville, could this be the year?

The Jacksonville Jaguars are poised for an exciting 2023 NFL season. Fresh off their first winning season since the 2017 run, the team has undergone significant changes led by Super Bowl-winning head coach Doug Pederson. With a promising young core featuring quarterback Trevor Lawrence and cornerback Tyson Campbell mixed with some experienced players such as 2022 Pro-bowler Jamal Agnew and wide receiver Calvin Ridley, who’s had a strong start to the season after a two-year suspension. The Jaguars have the talent to make waves in the league, as they did last season.

The key to their success lies in several critical factors. Trevor Lawrence's development will be closely watched, as his growth could be the key to unlocking the Jaguars' success. A last season Pro-bowler , the 23 year old quarterback is the present and future of the team. Additionally, improving the offensive line to protect Lawrence is paramount, as they allowed the third-most sacks in the NFL last season. So coach Pederson has lots of work to do, but a solid base in which to build upon.

While the Jaguars will have to face some challenging opponents from the NFC and AFC such as the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, their six games against AFC South rivals present opportunities for success. With the right mix of development, protection for Lawrence, and effective coaching, Jacksonville has a genuine shot at not only maintaining their winning form but possibly securing a playoff spot and why not, dream even bigger.

How did the Jacksonville Jaguars perform in the 2022 season?

The Jacksonville Jaguars had a remarkable 2022 NFL season. They finished with a record of 9-8, their first winning season since 2017 and  their first AFC South title since 2017, making the playoffs for an eighth time in the franchise’s history.

The Jaguars started the season slowly, with a record of 3-7 after 10 games. The only wins came away against the Indianapolis Colts and against theLas Vegas Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers TIAA Bank Field in their only wins in the first half of the season.

The Jaguars had to go all-out on their final seven games if they wanted to even think about a playoff spot, and boy they did. Led by quarterback Trevor Lawrence the Jags recorded six wins in seven games which included sweeping the Tennessee Titans as they won both games and an OT win over the Dallas Cowboys. The Jaguars turned around a season that seemed lost and secured their first division championship since 2017 with a 9-8 record and clinched a playoff spot that felt impossible to achieve in Week 10.

Their playoff debut was dreamland, a 31-30 win over the Los Angeles Chargers in the playoff round before future Super Bowl champions Kansas City Chiefs stopped the Jags right in their tracks with a 27-20 win at Arrowhead Stadium. The playoff journey was cut short, but the Jaguars now can build on this experience and go again this season as they showed the league that they’re a team that can go head-to-head with the best of the lot.

Who did the Jacksonville Jaguars acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Jaguars selected the following players in the Draft to join their team in 2023:

  • Round 1, Pick 27: Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma
  • Round 2, Pick 61: Brenton Strange, TE, Penn State
  • Round 3, Pick 88: Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn
  • Round 4, Pick 121: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida
  • Round 4, Pick 130: Tyler Lacy, DE, Oklahoma State
  • Round 5, Pick 136: Yasir Abdullah, LB, Louisville
  • Round 5, Pick 160: Antonio Johnson, S, Texas A&M
  • Round 6, Pick 185: Parker Washington, WR, Penn State
  • Round 6, Pick 202: Christian Braswell, CB, Rutgers
  • Round 6, Pick 208: Erick Hallett, CB, Rutgers
  • Round 7, Pick 226: Cooper Hodges, G, Appalachian State
  • Round 7, Pick 227: Raymond Vohasek, DT, North Carolina
  • Round 7, Pick 240: Derek Parish, FB, Houston

Who else did the Jacksonville Jaguars sign for the 2023 season? 

The Jaguars signed the following player for the 2023 season:

  • Brandon McManus, K, Denver Broncos

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • DJ Coleman, LB, Missouri
  • Jayson Ademilola, DT, Notre Dame
  • Elijah Cooks, WR, San Jose State
  • Kaleb Hayes, CB, BYU
  • Dequan Jackson, LB, Colorado State
  • Samuel Jackson, OT, UCF
  • Jaray Jenkins, WR, LSU
  • Oliver Martin, WR, Nebraska
  • Leonard Taylor, TE, Cincinnati
  • Divaad Wilson, CB, UCF

Jacksonville Jaguars Key Matchups in 2023

With a rather accessible schedule, the Jaguars look set to improve on last season's 9-8 record, and why not go for a deep run in the playoffs led by Super Bowl-winning coach Doug Pederson. Here are some key fixtures for the Jags.

Weeks 4 and 5 at London: The Jacksonville Jaguars are going on tour for two weeks, as this season they prepare to play two big games in London. In Wembley Stadium against Atlanta Falcons and at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against Buffalo Bills. Apart from being winnable match-ups, this means European and world-wide exposure, a great way to win fans abroad!

Week 8 at Pittsburgh Steelers: The Jaguars and Steelers rivalry is a storied one, with the two teams meeting 27 times throughout the years. The Jaguars hold a narrow 14-13 lead in the series, with some of the most memorable moments being their 23-17 overtime win back in 2005, and their 45-42 playoff victory in 2017. The Jaguars will be  looking to break their two match losing streak against the Steelers, keep an eye on this one, it could get loud.

Week 18 at Tennessee Titans: The NFL loves a good rivalry, and that's exactly what the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans give us twice a year. This is the biggest division rivals for the Jaguars, and it being the last matchup of the regular season could mean both teams get to this moment with a playoff spot up for grabs.

FAQs about Jacksonville Jaguars 2023 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Jacksonville Jaguars established?

They were established on the 30 of November 1995 when the NFL awarded Jacksonville, Florida the expansion franchise.

Who owns the Jacksonville Jaguars?

The owner is Shahid Khan, a Pakistani-American billionaire, businessman and sports tycoon. He bought the Jaguars for $770 million in 2011 from Wayne Weaver, the only owner the franchise previously had.

Who is the head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars?

The current head coach is Doug Pederson and this is his second season in the position. Last year he achieved a record of 9-8 and led his side through the playoffs to the AFC divisional game where the Jaguars lost to the Kansas City Chiefs. Pederson is a Super Bowl winner as a coach, as he achieved ultimate glory with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2017.

What are the other personnel and coaching staff at Jacksonville Jaguars?

The coaching staff that helps Doug Pederson are offensive coordinator Press Taylor, defensive coordinator Mike Caldwel and head strength and conditioning coach Cedric Scott.

How many championships do the Jacksonville Jaguars have?

The Jacksonville Jaguars have never won a Conference Championship. Their best result to date was achieved in 1996, 1999, and 2017, when the Jags made it to the AFC Championship game but suffered losses in the three outings.

How many division titles do the Jacksonville Jaguars have?

The Jacksonville Jaguars have four division titles to their name. In 1998 and 1999 when the Jaguars were part of AFC Central division, and later on as part of the AFC South when they won the 2017 and 2022 title.

What is the best overall record of the Jacksonville Jaguars?

In 1999, the Jacksonville Jaguars looked unstoppable. With a 14-2 regular season record, they were candidates to win the Super Bowl. But a 33-14 loss to bitter rivals Tennessee Titans destroyed the Super Bowl dream. The Titans were also the only team to beat Jacksonville during the 1999 season, as both of the Jag’s regular season losses were also against the Titans.

Who are the most famous players to have played for the Jacksonville Jaguars?

In the 30-year history of the Jacksonville Jaguars, they've had some very talented players and others that left a mark on their own way, players such as Tony Boselli, Fred Taylor, Mark Brunell, Jimmy Smith and Marcus Stroud are only a few greats to have worn the Jaguars colors.

Where do the Jacksonville Jaguars play?

The Jaguars have only used the TIAA Bank Field located in Central Jacksonville ever since their debut in the league in 1995.

What are the Jacksonville Jaguars colors?

The main colors that the Jacksonville Jaguars have used are teal, black and gold.

Where can I buy tickets to see the Jacksonville Jaguars?

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What is the Jacksonville Jaguars mascot?

Jaxson de Ville is the Jacksonville Jaguars' mascot in the NFL. His name "Jaxson" nods to Jacksonville, Florida, often called "Jax." He's a yellow anthropomorphic jaguar with teal patches, typically dressed in a Jaguars jersey, shorts, sneakers, and sunglasses. On special occasions, he wears various outfits and arrives in unique ways, such as zip-lining or sliding down ropes. Jaxson is often seen with his motorized scooter, occasionally driving a golf cart, and after a Jaguars win, he celebrates with a pool dive at the stadium.

What are the Jacksonville Jaguars rivals?

In the AFC South, the Jacksonville Jaguars have three key rivalries: the Titans, Colts, and Texans. The Titans rivalry began when they were the Houston Oilers, the Colts rivalry dates back to 2002, and the Texans rivalry is the newest. The Jaguars also have rivalries with the Steelers, Jets, and Dolphins. The Jaguars-Titans rivalry is the most intense, with the Jaguars-Colts rivalry following closely. These rivalries are expected to grow as the franchise matures.

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How much are Jacksonville Jaguars tickets?

On Event Tickets Center, Jacksonville Jaguars ticket prices range from $36 up to $3,158 over a number of different Jacksonville Jaguars events.

When do Jacksonville Jaguars tickets go on sale?

Typically, Jacksonville Jaguars will announce the schedule 3-6 months before the first game, and tickets go on sale within a few weeks of the schedule announcement.

Are Jacksonville Jaguars tickets sold out?

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Are Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale?

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When is the next Jacksonville Jaguars event?

The next Jacksonville Jaguars event is on December 4, 2023 at EverBank Stadium in Jacksonville, FL. Event Tickets Center has 1,271 tickets available for this event.

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