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Jacksonville Jaguars Details

Jacksonville was awarded the Jaguars in the 1995 NFL expansion. The team was the second of two franchises included in the early-90’s expansion, along with the Carolina Panthers. The Jaguars from jump appeared to be the “other guys,” being the latter inclusion in the smallest market on the table. The decision to hire college football coach Tom Coughlin without a general manager did nothing to dispel such notion.

Conventional wisdom was wrong. After a run-of-the-mill 4-12 inaugural season, the Jags rebounded with four playoff seasons in a row (1996-1999). In 1996, only year two, the Jaguars upset the Buffalo Bills and Denver Broncos to face the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship. The Patriots won 20-6 in Massachusetts.

1999 was special. The young Jaguars, only five seasons deep, won fourteen games, only losing to the Tennessee Titans in the regular season (twice). Imagine this: the upstart Jaguars beat the in-state rival Miami Dolphins, led by Hall-of-Fame Quarterback Dan Marino, a gaudy 62-7. The Jaguars shed their expansion connotations.

An unceremonious early aughts forced out head coach Coughlin and Pro Bowl QB Mark Brunell, and the Jaguars began a rebuild. The Jags would retool until 2005, when won the Wild Card. They lost to the back-to-back Super Bowl Champion Patriots 28-3.

Lightning struck twice. Two seasons later, a new-look Jaguars lost to the Patriots again in the Playoffs, 31-20, in what appeared an exhibition match for the Pats offense. New England would go undefeated up until the Super Bowl, where the New York Giants treated the Pats to an 18-1, ring-less season.

The 2017 season marked another playoff bright spot for Jacksonville. The Jaguars defense was strong, becoming one of the best units of its time period. QB Blake Bortles emerged as a real threat, taking the Patriots down to the wire despite in the 2017 AFC Championship.

When do Jacksonville Jaguars Playoff Tickets Go On Sale?

Though exact dates change yearly, Jaguars playoff tickets usually go on sale around mid-December, when NFL teams usually clinch their postseason spots. The Jaguars can either enter the playoffs by winning their division or win the Wild Card, with the former almost always happening first.

How Much Do Jacksonville Jaguars Tickets Cost?

While ticket prices vary, Jaguars playoff tickets average $256, with prices tending to increase the closer you are to the field and the deeper the Jaguars are in their playoff campaigns.