The average ticket price for the Jacksonville Jaguars for regular season NFL games has fluctuated over the past six years. The lowest average Jaguars ticket price was in 2011, with an average price of $22 a ticket. The second lowest average ticket price for the Jacksonville Jaguars was in 2013 with an average ticket price of $28. The Jaguars average ticket price reached a high in the 2016 season. The current average ticket price for the 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars regular season is $83, which is a significant increase compared to last season.
(Data updated 11/2/2016)
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2016 Jaguars Season Preview
The 2016 Jacksonville Jaguars schedule is set and the team is hoping to improve on their 2015 record of 5-11. While the Jaguars have not made the playoffs since 2007, they have continued to improve over the last few seasons. Blake Bortles will start his second season with the Jaguars, and his second season as a NFL quarterback. With 2015 being Bortles breakout season, the Jaguars are depending on Bortles to continue to grow as a quarterback and lead the team to a winning season. TicketCity is the place to go for Jacksonville Jaguars tickets. Whether you are planning on cheering on the Jaguars at EverBank Field, or supporting Jacksonville on the road, TicketCity has some of the best deals for all Jacksonville Jaguars tickets, including home and away games.
Check out our Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview History page for previews of previous Jaguars seasons.
Jacksonville Jaguars Football at Everbank Field Address: 1 Everbank Field Dr, Jacksonville, Florida, 32202
The Jaguars play their home games at Everbank Field, located in Jacksonville, Florida. The only home the Jaguars have ever known, EverBank Field holds more than 67 thousand screaming fans when filled to capacity. For special events, such as the Super Bowl, EverBank can be expanded to accommodate 82 thousand patrons. Special to the Jaguars' home is the Pride of the Jaguars, where Jacksonville's stars are remembered on the wall at the stadium. The Jacksonville Jaguars home bench is on the Everbank Field sideline with sections 104-115, so snag your Jacksonville Jaguars tickets in these sections to be close to the action. Everbank Field parking information is covered in our Jaguars event guide.
It is not often that a rivalry in the NFL can extend to the college ranks, but in these two cities, the fan bases hate each other year around. Playing in Gator and Volunteer country has made this rivalry more intense when the NFL teams play against each other two times a season. These two teams have battled it out for division supremacy since 1995 with a playoff meeting mixed in between.
This rivalry has heated up in recent years as players from both teams have spoke up about their hatred for each other. As division opponents, these two teams face-off twice during the season for the chance to win the AFC South. This matchup always features hard hits and extracurricular activities after the whistle that heightens the intensity to this game.
The first game between these two franchises dates back to 1995, but the rivalry took off when both teams were placed in the same division in 2002 after NFL realignment. Over the years the teams have played in highly competitive games that often left tempers flaring when the play was over. By playing two times a year, the stakes are often at its highest when the teams meet and the rivalry will only continue to get better in the years to come.
Jaguars in the Super Bowl, AFC Championship and in the NFL Playoffs
The Jaguars are still in the infancy stage in NFL circles because they have only been in the league since 1995. However, Jacksonville has managed to make the playoffs 5+ times with multiple division titles. As the organization continues to grow, the Jaguars will only add to their accomplishments in the years to come.
2015 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The Jacksonville Jaguars struggled through another season in 2014, winning only 3 games over the course of the entire season. The ’14 Jaguars were plagued by inconsistent play at quarterback, and a defense that felt very much at home among the league’s worst units. But there is much optimism surrounding the Jaguars coming into 2015. Blake Bortles is entering his 2nd season, and should be on track to improve on last season’s performances. The Jaguars defensive line should see a huge bump from highly touted draft picks Dante Fowler Jr. and Michael Bennett. Throw in former Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon, and the 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars squad is significantly more talented than one season ago. While it may be too early to call the 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars playoff contenders, they should be very competitive for the 2nd spot in an AFC South division lacking a premier team outside of the Colts. Look for the Jaguars offense to make big leaps forward, and for the Jags to double their win total from a season ago.
2014 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The Jaguars were once again one of the NFL’s worst teams in 2013, but they got their man at QB in the draft so if there was a time for the franchise to turn it around, it’s now. Blake Bortles has the hopes and dreams of Jags fans on his shoulders, taking over for the previous first-round pick Blaine Gabbert. While it looks like Chad Henne will start the season under center, Bortles should be getting the call sooner rather than later. He’ll have Cecil Shorts and Marquise Lee to throw to – losing Justin Blackmon to suspension and Maurice Jones-Drew to a trade in the offseason. Toby Gerhart will take over the running the ball for the Jaguars, and he’ll have big (or small, however you want to look at it) shoes to fill trying to replace what Jones-Drew was able to do in Jacksonville. The Jaguars will start the season on the road with games in Philadelphia and Washington before returning home for the EverBank Field opener against the Colts. The Jags will also host the Steelers, Dolphins, and Texans at home, as well as playing against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 10 in London’s Wembley Stadium.
2013 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The biggest change made by the Jaguars was the hiring of Gus Bradley as the new head coach. Bradley had spent the past few years as the defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks and should bring with him a renewed focus on defense. The rest of Jacksonville's offseason acquisitions highlight the team's new focus on defense. Veterans Marcus Trufant, Roy Miller and Geno Hayes were all signed as free agents to start for Bradley's defense. Through the NFL Draft the team added two more starters in FIU safety Johnathan Cyprien and UConn corner back Dwayne Gratz. The offense will once again hinge on the health of star running back Maurice Jones-Drew. The quarterback position should be filled by third-year man Blaine Gabbert, though his job will be made more difficult by the suspension handed down to No. 1 wide receiver Justin Blackmon that will cost him the first four games of the season. With a renewed focus on defense and a healthy Jones-Drew, the Jaguars should she an improvement on the field in 2013.
2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The Jacksonville Jaguars are a team on the cusp of breaking out of their recent doldrums. They have improved every year since bottoming out at 5-11 in 2008, but time may be running out on head coach Jack del Rio if he doesn't turn things around in 2011. If the team’s offensive stars can stay healthy, there's no reason why the Jaguars can't compete for an AFC South title. Quarterback David Garrard has been an enigma over the last several years. At times he shows flashes of greatness, while other times he is woefully inconsistent. He will be aided a great deal this season if star running back Maurice Jones-Drew can recover from off-season knee surgery. Jones-Drew will have to carry a lot of the load, as the Jaguars lost star receiver Mike Sims-Walker to free agency, and look to form a wide receiving corps led by Mike Thomas and Tight End Marcedes Lewis. The Jaguars defense turned in some solid performances in 2010, and while they were not among the elite squads in the league, they certainly did not lose Jacksonville any games. The defensive line will be led by Terrance Knighton, who has showed great promise in his short time in Jacksonville. As for the secondary, Derek Cox leads a young squad that has proven it can make plays.
2010 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The Jacksonville Jaguars entered 2009 with high hopes, but Jack del Rio's team finished a disappointing 7-9 and missed the playoffs. The AFC South may prove to be one of the most difficult divisions in the league with an upstart Houston Texans team now in contention, so it may be difficult for the Jaguars to make the postseason with such a tough schedule. Quarterback David Garrard had a break out season in 2007, but since then has been much less productive - throwing 10 interceptions last year to only 15 touchdowns. However, Garrard can make plays with his feet, as he was the Jaguars second leading rusher a year ago. Garrard is not the centerpiece of the offense, as Maurice Jones-Drew is one of the best running backs in the league. Last season, Jones-Drew rushed for 1,391 yards and 15 touchdowns. The Jacksonville defense struggled last year, especially against the pass, and was embarrassed in a 41-0 drudging at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks. The defensive line will be key, especially Terrance Knighton, who will need to improve on last year's production and apply more pressure on the quarterback. Veteran cornerback Rashean Mathis anchors the secondary and will provide some much needed leadership on a young squad.
2009 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The Jacksonville Jaguars will be one of the teams to watch in the AFC in 2009. Coach Jack Del Rio's team took a step back in 2008 finishing with a 5-11 record, after making the playoffs in 2007 with an 11-5 record. This year will be a key year for Jags quarterback David Gerrard as he tries to stay healthy and get back on-track with his game. The formula for Jacksonville this year should be a steady diet of running back Maurice Jones-Drew on offense and a stingy defense. If Del Rio can get his QB playing well, his running game rolling and his defense stopping people then Jacksonville could be a contender to make the Super Bowl in Miami.
2008 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Preview
The Jacksonville Jaguars have proven themselves to be a tough team and one that no one should count out come playoff time. The team has established itself as a defensive power under head coach and former Pro-Bowl linebacker Jack Del Rio. Hampered by injuries last season, the Jacksonville Jaguars still managed to put together a very respectable record, and vied for a playoff berth. A game at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium is always a wild and raucous affair as the Jacksonville Jaguars provide their fans with hard-nosed, defensive minded football.
Jacksonville Jaguars - 12/9/2016
Jacksonville has officially ruled out Julius Thomas, Allen Hurns, Jared Odrick, Denard Robinson and Peyton Thompson from Sunday’s game against the Vikings.
Jacksonville Jaguars - 11/25/2016
The Jaguars are set to have a rough week, as starters Julius Thomas, Jared Odrick and Dan Skuta are all out due to injuries when the Jaguars face the Bills on Sunday.
Jacksonville Jaguars - 11/18/2016
Jacksonville has multiple players who will be sitting out Sunday’s game against the Lions due to injuries. WR Bryan Walters and DE Chris Smith are both out with concussions, while LB Dan Dkuta and TE Neal Sterling are most likely to sit out as well.
Jacksonville Jaguars - 11/7/2016
The Jacksonville Jaguars continue to struggle this season after a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, keeping them in last place in the AFC South with a record of 2-6.