Previewing the 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule

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The Jaguars appear to be very much headed in the right direction. Head coach Gus Bradley added power running back Toby Gerhart to improve a lethargic rushing attack, while also beefing up an already improving defense. Now the Jags just need a franchise passer.

 

While what the Jags do at quarterback remains to be seen, their schedule as a whole will still be a tough task, regardless. Luckily they have some winnable home games in 2014, as beatable teams like the Browns, Titans and Giants come to town. Jacksonville has done enough to show they might be able to top these middling teams, but visiting teams like the Steelers, Cowboys and possibly even the Dolphins might be tougher outs.

 

It’s even more challenging when you look at the Jacksonville Jaguars schedule on the road, as they head to Baltimore, Cincinnati, San Diego, Philadelphia and Washington. The Redskins appear to be the easiest road challenge for the Jags in 2014, although nothing will come easy to a team that was still 4-12 just a year ago.

 

For a look at all team’s 2014 match-ups, click here.


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3 Responses to “Previewing the 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule”

  1. BJ Rassam says:

    It will be another long season for the Jags and their fans, this time in 2014.

    • Arsenio Anderson says:

      well can’t they be blacked out the whole entire season like 2009 why punish this town with a bunch of losers and these people who waste their time on these bums just stop buying their tickets then this problem won’t occur because every home game would he blacked out locally which would make me happy and the rest of the people who hate this good for nothing franchise but the Arab would buy up the rest of the unsold tickets to have the losers televised Jacksonville should have gotten a MLB team and some other attractions instead of a good for nothing NFL team

  2. Arsenio Anderson says:

    the people in town is slow and idiotic steady keep wasting their time on a NFL team who don’t even acknowledge them or the rest of their so called fan base and that’s a huge reason why the majority of their home games was blacked out locally in 2009 drawing attendance under 50,00

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