The Jaguars and Carolina Panthers joined the NFL as expansion teams in 1995. In 22 seasons, the Jaguars have qualified for the playoffs six times, most recently in 2007. That was also the last year Jacksonville had a winning record. They have won two division titles, in 1998 and 1999. The club, located in Jacksonville, Fla., plays their home games at EverBank Field and moved from the Central Division of the American Football Conference to the AFC South in 2002. The Jaguars have struggled since entering the AFC South fray.
The No. 71 worn by offensive tackle Tony Boselli, the Jaguars’ very first draft pick, has not been worn since his retirement in 2002. The number has been taken “out of service,” according to team officials.
Quarterback Mark Brunell is the team’s all-time passing leader throwing for more than 25,000 yards and 144 touchdowns. Fred Taylor is the club’s all-time rushing leader, with more than 11,000 rushing yards and 62 TDs.
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This feature charts the Jaguars entire season. Divisional matches are the most important since each team in the AFC South plays a home-and-away game against their rivals.
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The Jaguars have a history of losing. In 22 seasons, they have a 155-197 record and have never made it to the Super Bowl. The AFC South is probably the weakest division in the NFL and the Jags still don’t have much of a chance to grab the division title.
Fourth-year quarterback Blake Bortles has not been the answer. The first-round pick out of Central Florida has put up mediocre numbers, including a high interception rate. While their defense ranks in the top 10, their offense turns the ball over far too often.
But things change when it comes to the betting line. The Jaguars were favoured in only two of 16 games in 2016. They lost them both. And yet, against the spread, they finished the season 7-8-1. In other words, just because the Jaguars struggled through the season with a 3-13 record doesn’t mean they are a slam dunk to bet against. In total points scored in a game, the Jaguars were 10-6 in the over category.
The Jaguars may not win the game, but there are other ways to cash in when betting on them.
Where Can I Bet On Jacksonville Jaguars Online
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