Fans still pumped to support Jags after loss to Chiefs in home opener

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jags took a loss to the Chiefs Sunday but that didn’t stop the energy that fans brought to EverBank Stadium to support their home team.

The final score was 17-9, but over 60,000 energized people were in attendance for this match-up.

Fans were on the edge of their seat after halftime, watching to see if the Jags were going to come out on top.

Even though the team did not come out with a win in Sunday’s game, fans still said they plan on supporting the Jags at every home game.

“I feel they could have played a way better game, and I feel like the Chiefs took it a little easy on us. I feel like Trevor could have played a better game. I feel like my whole team could have played a better game. Doug Pederson needs to go back to calling the plays again,” Fabian Scott said.

Doug Kurtock said the Jags played a good game, but they hurt themselves with mistakes.

“I feel they played pretty good. They made little mistakes here and there, but I think their offense was pretty good. They looked good. Trevor could keep a little more ball control, but overall it was pretty good,” he said.

Fans intend to pack out the stadium again next week to show their unwavering support for the Jags in a divisional matchup with the Houston Texans.