Jacksonville Jaguars Playoff Tickets
Team: Jacksonville Jaguars
Head Coach: Doug Marrone
All-Time Greats: Brad Meester, Tony Brackens, Keenan McCardell, Daryl Smith, John Henderson, Marcus Stroud, Mark Brunell, Jimmy Smith, Tony Boselli
Rivals: Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts
Jacksonville Jaguars Playoff TicketsWhile the drive to get an NFL team in Jacksonville began in 1989, it was not until 1993 that the Jaguars got the approval to join the ranks of the NFL. Still, they needed a stadium. It took two years to renovate the famous Gator Bowl to NFL standards, and the Jaguars have been off and running ever since. They drafted their first player, Tony Boselli, in 1995 and had their first win in October of that year playing against the Houston Oilers. The Jaguars record in their inaugural season was 4-12. In 2017, Doug Marrone, the previous head coach for the Buffalo Bills, took over the head coaching position for the Jacksonville Jaguars. While the Jaguars are still a fairly young NFL team, they have left their mark, making it to various playoffs throughout the years and even making it to three AFC championship games. Get your Jacksonville Jaguars playoff and regular season tickets at StubHub.
What conference are the Jacksonville Jaguars in?The Jacksonville Jaguars compete in the NFL's American Football Conference (AFC) South Division.
Have the Jacksonville Jaguars playoff team ever won the Super Bowl?The Jacksonville Jaguars have not made it to the Super Bowl yet, but they have made it to the AFC championship game three times. They lost all three times, with the most recent being in 2017 to the New England Patriots.
Do the Jacksonville Jaguars have any historic rivalries?While the Jaguars have many rival teams, their two main ones are the Tennessee Titans and the Indianapolis Colts. The rivalry with the Colts is secondary to the one with the Titans. The Jaguars and Titans rivalry is one of the AFC’s tightest, with the teams splitting the season series each year from 2009 through 2016. The teams met in the 1999 AFC title game, with the Jags losing to the Titans, 33-14.
Who have the Jacksonville Jaguars gone up against in the playoffs before?The Jaguars have gone up against teams such as the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos and New York Jets.
Who are some notable players from the Jacksonville Jaguars?The Jaguar’s first draft pick, Tony Boselli, is considered the best player the Jaguars have ever had. In less than six years, Boselli was elected to five Pro Bowls and also earned All-Pro honors three times. He would have likely been a Hall of Famer if he had not suffered shoulder injuries that forced him into early retirement. Keenan McCardell was a powerhouse wide receiver, and when he paired up with Jimmy Smith, they were called "Thunder and Lightning" for their amazing abilities. Together, the two combined for over 2,000 receiving yards every single year they played together. In McCardell’s first season with the Jaguars, he had an impressive three touchdowns and 85 receptions for 1,129 yards. He has the second-best wide receiver stats in the Jaguars' history, totaling 499 receptions, 6,393 yards and 30 touchdowns. Smith got a rocky start with the Jaguars as he was recovering from injuries, and he only got 288 yards in his first season. After that, he had 1,000-yard seasons for seven years in a row. Smith is the best receiver in the Jaguars' history, totaling 862 receptions for 12,287 yards and 67 touchdowns. Other notable players included Mark Brunell, who quarterbacked the team from 1995-2003.
Where can I get tickets to a Jacksonville Jaguars playoff game?Catch a live Jaguars game by purchasing your tickets at StubHub.
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