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The Jacksonville Jaguars have only been around since the 1995-96 season, and their franchise history has a pair of nice bookends to it. Unfortunately for Jaguars fans, those bookends don’t necessarily denote progress. Jacksonville went 4-12 in its inaugural season; they also went 4-12 in 2013. That said, there are plenty of reasons to buy Jacksonville Jaguars tickets this season…

 

There’s plenty of room

EverBank Field seats 67,246 for Jaguars home games, ranking it 20th in the league in terms of overall capacity; but, the team only ranked 28th in the NFL in total attendance last season. Some quick mental math reveals that there were lots and lots of empty seats at EverBank Field last year and they aren’t likely to fill up quickly this year. You’ll have your pick of seating locations should you choose to attend a game, at least.

 

There’s a hint of optimism in the air

People holding Jaguars tickets weren’t treated to the most exciting football during the team’s first nine games—Jacksonville was 0-9 heading into Week 10—but the team started to turn things around during the course of a 4-1 stretch after their bye. Sure, they finished the season on a bit of a decline, but they won their final game of the season over the Atlanta Falcons. So that’s something.

 

Youth is being served

While former franchise cornerstone Maurice Jones-Drew is likely spending his final season with the team in 2014, the Jaguars have good young players on the roster, the few bright spots from a down season. Andre Branch (defensive end), Jonathan Cyprien (safety), and Dwayne Gratz (cornerback) all made tremendous progress last year, which bodes well for the future of the defense.

 

Jaguars tickets are cheap

This might be the most important reason. Here are the numbers to prove it: according to TiqIQ’s data from last season, Jacksonville Jaguars tickets were initially offered at a price of $115 per seat, which ranked more expensive than only two other teams in the NFL: the Tennessee Titans and the Cleveland Browns. So if the prospect of your choice of seats, a feeling of optimism, and an infusion of youth doesn’t do it for you, remember: at least these Jacksonville Jaguars tickets didn’t cost much.

Jack Del Rio has a simple design for winning NFL football games. His Jacksonville Jags teams have gone through several incarnations. He’s used a variety of quarterbacks. He’s weathered the transition from Fred Taylor to Maurice Jones-Drew in the role of featured back. But one thing has remained the same: Del Rio’s Jacksonville Jaguars teams prowl the field and play physical football. Finesse teams like Indy, New Orleans and San Diego shudder when the Jags come up on their schedule, because the Jacksonville Jaguars make you earn everything you get.

There won’t be much of a change to that formula in the 2009-2010 season, as quarterback David Garrard continues to grow into his own as the helmsman of the Jags offense, and Maurice Jones-Drew shows the rest of the league that big things continue to come in small packages. Last year MJD showed everyone that his rookie campaign was no fluke, assuming full-time duties from Taylor, and racking up over 800 yards, and scoring 12 touchdowns.

On the defensive end, Del Rio has assembled a no-name defense that doesn’t do anything but punish. At every position, defenders like the linebacking trio of Clint Ingram, Justin Durant and Daryl Smith cover tons of ground, and hit people hard. Look for the Jags to throw in a new wrinkle: the 3-4 defensive scheme.

The primary difference that Jacksonville Jaguars ticket holder will observe with the squad this year will be an addition to the wide receiver corps, where Torry Holt gives the Jags a premier pass catcher in key situations. It’s not hard to envision Holt as Garrard’s security blanket in the team’s most crucial passing situations.

So go and get your Jacksonville Jaguar tickets today. Come see their defense make the opposing teams’ high-flying offenses come crashing down all over the Jacksonville Municipal Stadium field. Come to see Maurice Jones-Drew turn that same field into a pinball game. Come watch Garrard make his final strides towards becoming an elite NFL quarterback. And come see Jack Del Rio lead this latest version of the Jacksonville Jaguars on another quest for the NFL Superbowl.

2008 Jacksonville Jaguars Tickets

It was just one play, just one scramble by a quarterback, but it was enough to generate a buzz that has been surrounding 2008 Jacksonville Jaguars tickets since the final whistle blew at the Super Bowl.

That's right - the excitement that's surrounding Jaguars tickets is bursting at the seams. This is a team that is a major Super Bowl contender. In terms of demand, 2008 Jacksonville Jaguars tickets rank right up there with New England Patriots tickets, Indianapolis Colts tickets, San Diego Chargers tickets and New York Giants tickets.
And, again, if David Garrard doesn't burst through the line, avoiding tackler-after-tackler to give the Jaguars a clinching first down against their archrivals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, in the first round of the playoffs, we might not be talking about Jacksonville Jaguars tickets.

But, here we are, the 2008 NFL season upon us, and every media pundit is saying: "Watch out for Jacksonville," "You know, I really like what Jack Del Rio has done down at Alltel Stadium" and "Don't forget about the Jaguars in the AFC."

That's right, like we mentioned above, 2008 Jacksonville Jaguars, in regards to potential to deliver a championship season, rank right up their with some of the premier NFL tickets available.

Is this the year the Jaguars overcome Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC South? Don't forget about Vince Young and the Tennessee Titans. Heck, even the Houston Texans, longtime South cellar-dwellers, are improved.

But Jacksonville Jaguars tickets also are improved. 2007 Jacksonville Jaguars tickets had potential to deliver the goods, and they did with a run to the second round of the AFC Playoffs. They even gave the mighty New England Patriots a run for their money at Gillette Stadium. Last year's Jacksonville Jaguars tickets, certainly, were no joke. But, to be honest, they don't compare to what 2008 Jacksonville Jaguars are capable of producing.

Anything short of an AFC South Division Championship and a deep run in the AFC Playoffs will be a disappointment for this talented Jaguar team. So don't blow this opportunity to buy Jacksonville Jaguars tickets from ABCTickets.com. We're you're NFL tickets headquarters and are ready and waiting to deliver you your 2008 Jacksonville Jaguars tickets.

Jacksonville Jaguars Tickets:10 Reasons They’ll Roar in 2007

1) The Edge: Jacksonville Jaguars tickets came close to landing Jaguars fans NFL Playoff tickets in 2006. Only a late season collapse ended the Jaguars hopes. The experience should serve as a motivating factor in 2007
2) Byron Leftwich: Part of that collapse was due to the loss of Byron Leftwich. But Leftwich is back and 100% healthy in 2007, after recovering from ankle surgery. He’s also in the last year of his contract and has something to prove to Head Coach Jack Del Rio.
3) Fred Taylor: Taylor has been a mainstay of the Jacksonville offense for nine seasons. 2006 was one of his best with 1,146 yards and five touchdowns. Enjoying Taylor’s pounding running style is one of the best things about Jaguars tickets.
4) Maurice Jones-Drew: Taylor got a new backfield mate in 2006 in the form of Maurice Jones-Drew. Drew was the lightning to Taylor’s thunder, electrifying the field with an elusive darting style and explosive speed. With 941 yards and 13 touchdowns in his rookie campaign, Jones-Drew is a long run waiting to happen.
5) The Shakeup: Jack Del Rio hasn’t been happy with his wide receivers. He lit a fire under the passing game by signing Dennis Northcutt to come in and shake things up. What seems like a stretch now will pay off big time during the season.
6) Let’s Talk Defense: Jacksonville has a reputation as a defensive team. But that rep suffered at the end of 2006 as the Jaguars fell to three AFC teams to end the season. That has to change and it will because of reasons #7 and #8
7) Reggie Nelson: Jaguars ticket holders had to be happy with their first pick in the NFL Draft. Nelson should be an immediate starter at free safety and his big time experience at Florida will translate to the NFL.
8) Justin Durant: The Jaguars went defense again with their second pick. While Durant may not start, he’ll see plenty of action and should improve a vital part Jacksonville’s defense.
9) The 2007 Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule: The list of games in Jacksonville Municipal Stadium is impressive. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets will get you in to see the Colts, the Titans, San Diego Chargers, and the Atlanta Falcons among others.
10) Jaguars Tickets are going fast: As fans realize the potential of the Jacksonville Jaguars and the strength of their schedule, they’re snapping up all the Jaguars tickets they can get. This team is poised to explode and after their convincing 44-17 win over the Super Bowl Champion Colts last season, Jaguars ticket holders know the sky’s the limit.

THIS WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (10-4) TICKETS AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS (8-6)
1 p.m. Sunday
Alltel Stadium

Jacksonville now has their back to the wall in the AFC. But they can depend on a good defense and the turnover debacle that occurred last week won't happen against New England. With Tom Brady lacking big play receivers the Patriots will have to try to run against a Jacksonville defense geared to stop the ground attack. David Garrard will rebound and pick on a New England secondary that isn't quite Pro Bowl caliber this year. Call it an upset when New England lose late in the year or call it a solid win by a playoff bound Jaguars squad it all comes out the same: The Jags will take this one.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 28, New England Patriots 20 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jaguars QB David Garrard now has something to prove.

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Jacksonville Jaguars tic kets offer football fans an event featuring a team that has made itself a consistent playoff contender in recent years. The Floridian faithful watched their Jags make another post-season run last year after an electric 12-4 campaign. Jack Del Rio’s team has been built on grit and outworking opponents. The Jaguars went into the off-season needing to fill some holes on defense and answer for the future of their running game. But bold choices and the inevitable unpredictability of draft day played into the hands of Jacksonville and gave them one of the highest potentials of any rookie class in the AFC.

Jacksonville went west for their first two picks and when Marcedes Lewis was still on the board in the first round, there was little question what to do. The 6-foot-6, 262-pound tight end from UCLA is a physical dynamo with hands and speed not typical of his size. Lewis will look to be an impact player early in his career with the Jags as a large target for returning QB Byron Leftwich.

Staying with Bruin talent, Jacksonville then found Maurice Drew in the second round. Drew, only 5-7 and a shade over 200 pounds dropped that far because of durability concerns, but more than one NFL pundit had him slated as the second best running back coming out of college this year. Drew has been brought in to take the reins from veteran Fred Taylor who is quickly reaching the twilight of his career and has had durability issues of his own.

Jacksonville Jaguars tickets have always meant a game with great hits. To ensure the trend continued, the Jags went shopping for defense. The third round saw the Jags trade up to grab Clint Ingram, a standout linebacker from the University of Oklahoma. Speed and run stopping ability in their backers was a noted need coming into the draft and the 6-foot-1, 260-pound Ingram was too juicy of a prospect to leave for other teams.

Football fans with Jacksonville Jaguars tickets have a love affair with the team and their home in ALLTEL Stadium, known as one of the best venues to go see a sporting event in the states. With a quickly growing tradition of excellence, Jacksonville has a team to be proud of in the upcoming season and the rest of the AFC has a team to keep an eye on as well.

 

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (6-5) at MIAMI DOLPHINS (5-6) TICKETS
4:05 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

Just when you start to believe in the Jaguars as a legitimate playoff contender they lose a game to a team that they shouldn’t lose to. Last week, it was to the Buffalo Bills. A couple weeks before that it was to the Houston Texans. Now the Jaguars face a must-win showdown with the streaking Miami Dolphins. A loss in Miami would all but end the Jaguars’ playoff hopes. Say goodbye to the postseason Jacksonville fans.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Miami 17, Jacksonville 14
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jaguars RB Fred Taylor. (Last week: Taylor — 22 carries, 101 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
NEW YORK GIANTS (6-3) AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (5-4) TICKETS
8:30 pm, Monday
Alltel Stadium

There isn’t a harder team to figure out than the Jaguars. One week, they look like Super Bowl contenders, featuring a fierce defense and an opportunistic offense. The next week, they’re losing to the Houston Texans of all teams. Which Jaguars squad will show up on Monday Night? Not the one Jaguars fans are hoping for.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Giants 20, Jacksonville Jaguars 13
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Jaguars wide receiver Reggie Williams (Last week: Williams — 1 catch, 12 yards, 0 touchdowns)

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PAST WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
TENNESSEE TITANS (2-5) AT JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (4-3) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Alltel Stadium

This week the Jaguars face a Tennessee team coming off its first back to back wins in three years. Of course, the Jaguars are looking good, having just beaten a Philadelphia Eagles team some picked to win the NFC. And they did it without Byron Leftwich who is expected to start this game. With a defense coming around and Leftwich back on the field the Jags are hoping they can start a second half rally. The Titans are gaining confidence under Vince Young but still don’t have as many weapons as they need.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 20, Tennessee Titans 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Byron Leftwich gets back on track(Last Week: Byron Leftwich – Did not play (ouch) )

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THIS PAST WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (5-3) VS. HOUSTON TEXANS (2-6) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
Alltel Stadium

What can you say about the Jacksonville Jaguars? How about underrated? The Jags are perhaps the best team in the NFL that no one talks about. They've been on fire since David Garrard took over for injured Byron Leftwich at quarterback, knocking off the Eagles and the Titans in impressive wins. This week, they host the Texans, a division rival and a team that beat them not too long ago. You can bet the Jags won't make the same mistake twice. Garrard is in full control of the Jacksonville offensive, and the defense remains an insurmountable obstacle to opposing teams. The tag team running attack of Fred Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew continues to keep defenses on their heels, wearing them down with brute force. What more do you want out of a football team? If you like your NFL action hard-hitting on offense and defense, then the Jacksonville Jaguars are the team for you.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 24, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: We're tired of guessing who's going to start at QB, so we're going with RB Maurice Jones-Drew. (Last week: Byron Leftwich, who did not play, again.)

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PAST WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (3-3) AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (4-3) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
 Lincoln Financial Field

The Jaguars are hard to figure out. They blow out the Jets one week and then get stomped by the lowly Texans the next. To make matters worse, they have to come into an Eagles nest that is still smarting from back to back last second losses. Not an enviable position. The only good news is that the Eagles have shown themselves to be vulnerable. Can the Jags take advantage though? Too close to call so we go with the homies. 

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 28, Jacksonville Jaguars 20
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Leftwich gets back on track(Last Week: Maurice Drew-Jones 8 rushes, 10 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (3-3) AT PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (4-3) TICKETS
1:00 p.m., Sunday
 Lincoln Financial Field

The Jaguars are hard to figure out. They blow out the Jets one week and then get stomped by the lowly Texans the next. To make matters worse, they have to come into an Eagles nest that is still smarting from back to back last second losses. Not an enviable position. The only good news is that the Eagles have shown themselves to be vulnerable. Can the Jags take advantage though? Too close to call so we go with the homies. 

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Philadelphia Eagles 28, Jacksonville Jaguars 20
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Leftwich gets back on track(Last Week: Maurice Drew-Jones 8 rushes, 10 yards, 1 TD)

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THIS PAST WEEK’S JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS TICKETS
Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts Tickets
1 p.m., Sunday
RCA Stadium

Can Jacksonville Jaguars tickets get any better? The Jaguars romped over the defending Super Bowl Champion Steelers with a stifling defense in Week 2 and look ready to take on the powerful Colts defense. The Colts had it easy in Week 3 but it’s going to be a lot tougher when Jacksonville takes to field at RCA Stadium. If you could only pick one set of Jaguars tickets for a road game this is the one. The battle for AFC supremacy begins Sunday afternoon.

ABCTickets.com NFL football prediction: Jacksonville Jaguars 35, Indianapolis Colts 31 (Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy football ticket to victory: Jaguars quarterback Byron Leftwich.
(Last Week: Byron Leftwich - 26-39, 260 yards.)

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