Jacksonville Jaguars

Jacksonville Jaguars


3 - 13
record
1384
ironrank

Standings Prediction

Will stay at #4
The Jaguars will hold their position in their division.
AFC
NFL #14/16
IronRank #13/16
AFC South
NFL #4/4
IronRank #4/4

Jaguars Schedule

2017-2018 Season
Date Opponent Prediction Result
Week 1
Sunday, Sep 10
Houston Texans at Texans LOSS
Week 2
Sunday, Sep 17
Tennessee Titans vs Titans WIN
Week 3
Sunday, Sep 24
Baltimore Ravens vs Ravens LOSS
Week 4
Sunday, Oct 1
New York Jets at Jets LOSS
Week 5
Sunday, Oct 8
Pittsburgh Steelers at Steelers LOSS
Week 6
Sunday, Oct 15
Los Angeles Rams vs Rams WIN
Week 7
Sunday, Oct 22
Indianapolis Colts at Colts LOSS
Week 9
Sunday, Nov 5
Cincinnati Bengals vs Bengals LOSS
Week 10
Sunday, Nov 12
vs ??? LOSS
Week 11
Sunday, Nov 19
Cleveland Browns at Browns WIN
Week 12
Sunday, Nov 26
Arizona Cardinals at Cardinals LOSS
Week 13
Sunday, Dec 3
Indianapolis Colts vs Colts LOSS
Week 14
Sunday, Dec 10
Seattle Seahawks vs Seahawks LOSS
Week 15
Sunday, Dec 17
Houston Texans vs Texans WIN
Week 16
Sunday, Dec 24
San Francisco 49ers at 49ers WIN
Week 17
Sunday, Dec 31
Tennessee Titans at Titans LOSS

Predicted Ranking for 2017-18 Season

#4
div. rank
#13
conf. rank
8-24-0
record

Jaguars OFFENSIVE STRENGTHS

How the Jaguars compare to the teams within their conference

passing

#8 Jaguars
6.9
AFC
6.8
Great passing by the Jaguars:
288 yds Jan 1, 2017 at Colts
263 yds Oct 16, 2016 at Bears
319 yds Sep 18, 2016 at Chargers

rushing

#12 Jaguars
6.2
AFC
6.6
Great rushing by the Jaguars:
182 yds Jan 1, 2017 at Colts
183 yds Nov 27, 2016 at Bills
205 yds Nov 6, 2016 at Chiefs

red zone performance

#7 Jaguars
7.6
AFC
7.3
Great red zone performance by the Jaguars:
67% Nov 20, 2016 at Lions
75% Oct 27, 2016 at Titans
67% Oct 2, 2016 vs Colts

scoring points

#13 Jaguars
6.4
AFC
6.9
High points scored by the Jaguars:
21 pts Nov 27, 2016 at Bills
30 pts Oct 2, 2016 vs Colts
23 pts Sep 11, 2016 vs Packers

Jaguars Stats

How the Jaguars compare to the teams within their conference
Passing Offense
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yds/game
#4
of 32
Rushing Offense
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yds/game
#4
of 32
Red Zone Efficiency
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%
#4
of 32
Fumbles Caused
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fum
#4
of 32
Interceptions
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int
#4
of 32
Sacks
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sacks
#4
of 32

Iron Rank Over Time

See how the Jaguars match up against popular competitors

History

The Jacksonville Jaguars are members of the NFL’s American Football Conference and joined the league in 1995 as an expansion franchise. There had long been interest in bringing an NFL team to the city of Jacksonville, Florida; in 1991, an ownership group lead by Wayne Weaver formed and put together a bid for an NFL expansion franchise. Though the ownership group initially struggled to convince the city to provide funding to renovate the Gator Bowl, eventually the city agreed and the bid went forward.

In 1993, the NFL was set to announce two new expansion teams which would begin play in the 1995 season. The first of these teams was the Carolina Panthers, and in a surprise move the NFL then awarded Jacksonville a new football club which would become known as the Jaguars.

In the club’s inaugural season, they managed just four wins. However, in their second year they finished with a 9 to 7 record and made the playoffs. The team defeated the Buffalo Bills in its first ever playoff game. The Jags then shocked the football world by beating the Denver Broncos, who had dominated the regular season. This victory is often considered the club’s biggest victory to date. Unfortunately, they would lose to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game. The Jags would qualify for post season play in three of their first four NFL seasons, making them the first team to achieve this feat in league history.

Much of the team’s early success can be attributed to players such as quarterback Mark Brunell who became a star for the Jags, and receiver Jimmy Smith who retired from football in 2006 as a member of the Jaguars. Smith is still most often regarded as the club’s top receiver in their short history. The team went into a decline on the field in 2000 as many players left the club largely due to salary cap issues.

In 2006, Maurice Jones-Drew would rise up as an unexpected star. The running back who was considered too small by many to play in the NFL would lead the league rushing for an average of 5.7 yards per carry, and would score 16 touchdowns as well. Jones-Drew is perhaps the team’s best known player since Brunell and Smith played with the team during the early years of the franchise.

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