Jacksonville Jaguars Parking Lots
The Jacksonville Jaguars have had their share of struggles in recent years but
picked up some important pieces during the draft and appear poised to really turn things around this season. There is plenty
of excitement surrounding the Jaguars and players like Allen Hurns and Toby Gerhart have gotten off to excellent starts in
2014. If the Jags can pick up some big wins in their division and hold down the fort at home they could be making a return
to the postseason this season. Tickets to see the Jaguars play at home are some of the most coveted in all of Jacksonville
and if you are lucky enough to get your hands on Jags tickets you will also want to get some parking passes to make your trip
to the stadium as easy as possible so you can maximize your time tailgating and cheering on the Jaguars.
The Jags will be looking to make it back to the playoffs this season after missing out the past few
years. This year the Jaguars will once again be taking on their AFC South foes at EverBank Field including the Tennessee Titans,
the Indianapolis Colts, and the Houston Texans. Additionally the Jags will have big home games against the Pittsburgh Steelers,
the Cleveland Browns, the Miami Dolphins, and the New York Giants. The Jags will also be part of the International Series
when they take on the Dallas Cowboys at Wembley Stadium in London on November 9th. Some of the best teams and most exciting
players in the NFL will be coming to Jacksonville this season and the Jags will be looking to get all of the home field advantage
they can at EverBank Field courtesy of all of their most die hard fans.
EverBank Field Tickets
Field opened in 1995 and has been the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars ever since. In addition to hosting all of the Jaguars'
home games, EverBank Field is home to big time college football games including the annual Florida versus Georgia game and
the TaxSlayer Bowl. There is no better place in the country to enjoy a big time football game and the energy level inside
the stadium when the Jaguars take the field is unrivaled.
The Jacksonville Jaguars joined
the NFL in 1995 and have made the playoffs six times and won their division twice. The Jags have a ring of honor at EverBank
Field designated for people important to the franchise. The ring was named Pride of the Jaguars in a 2006 contest and the
first inductee was Tony Boselli a former left tackle. Former owners Wayne and Delores Weaver, running back Fred Taylor, and
quarterback Mark Brunell have also been given spots in the Pride of the Jaguars.
Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule
Jacksonville Jaguars may have had a tough go of it last season only winning four games, but coming off a stellar draft things
are definitely looking up for the Jags. The AFC South appears to be a winnable division and coach Gus Bradley has shown that
he can make the right calls and has the ability to motivate his team and keep them together under the toughest circumstances.