Chiefs overcome mistakes to beat Jaguars 17-9, Kansas City's 3rd win vs. Jacksonville in 10 months
Patrick Mahomes threw two touchdown passes, including one to returning star Travis Kelce, and the Kansas City Chiefs overcame three early turnovers to beat Jacksonville 17-9 for their third victory against the Jaguars in 10 months.
News4JAGs predictions: Will Jaguars get head start in AFC race by beating Chiefs?
Jaguars season is back and our News4JAX sports staff is back with its predictions as well. Each Friday, we’ll unveil our predictions for the week’s game. Jacksonville plays its home opener Sunday at EverBank Stadium against the Chiefs at 1 p.m.
Super expectations for Jaguars as most anticipated season in years begins
Jacksonville opens its season Sunday at Indianapolis, the first step in the most anticipated season in years. The Jaguars had a blistering second half of the season, won the AFC South and reached the divisional playoffs. What do they do for an encore?
Four cents: Trevor for MVP? How about that Jaguars rookie class!
That is a wrap. The preseason is over! The Jaguars wrapped up the preseason with a big exclamation point. Doug Pederson used the third preseason game like a dress rehearsal for the team, with starters playing most of the first half. Outside of a rookie mistake from Tank Bigsby, Pederson should be pleased with what he saw from the team. I know I am. Here are my Four Cents.
Who are the most difficult cuts? Projecting the Jaguars final 53-man roster
The final preseason game on Saturday is the final opportunity for Jaguars players to make their case for the 53-man roster. Well, we aren’t waiting until then. We are going to try and nail the Jaguars’ final 53-man roster now. Justin Barney and Jamal St. Cyr take a shot before final roster decisions must be made by Tuesday.
‘Full steam ahead’: Jaguars not slowing down as final preseason game approaches
The Jaguars returned to the practice field Monday facing a number of questions as they enter the final stretch of training camp. After largely skirting any volume of injuries early in camp, the Jaguars returned from Detroit facing a slew of medical questions.
Training camp notebook: Jaguars get in final practice before preseason opener at Dallas
It is almost gameday. Preseason gameday. Thursday was the final practice before the Jaguars first preseason game of the year. Practice might be setting the bar too high. It was a walkthrough. With the Jaguars knee-deep in game-prep mode, Thursday was more about setting the table for Saturday than competing.
Training camp notebook: Lighter day of practice as Cowboys game approaches
Game day is right around the corner. In the football world, it is Thursday even though it is Wednesday. It’s weird but it works. Since the game is on Saturday, the schedule moves up a day. Practice reflected the game prep. Wednesday was the 12th practice of camp and was a less physical day at the office.
Checking in on the Jaguars at the halfway point of training camp
We’ve got nearly a dozen training camp practices in the books. And it’s game week! Well, pregame week. A little bit of a difference. But the regular season is getting closer. Let’s look at things at the halfway point of training camp glance with the Jaguars.
Full pads go on as Jaguars enter next phase of training camp
Jacksonville’s first day in full pads was relatively relaxed, save for the scorching and sweaty morning at Miller Electric Center. Full pads didn’t mean full contact though. The team’s sixth training camp practice was a little more spirited but nothing near full-on collisions. That will come soon enough though.
‘I couldn’t ask for a better present’: Jaguars cut ribbon on new $120M training facility on Shad Khan’s birthday
Jaguars owner Shad Khan opened a very large, $120 million birthday present Tuesday when he and other team leadership joined Jacksonville city and community representatives in cutting the ribbon on the Jaguars’ new training facility next to the stadium.
NFL draft primer: Draft party, late pick history and who the Jaguars have in mind
For just the second time in the past 15 years, the Jaguars are picking outside of the top 20 in the NFL draft. That means fans at the sold out Duuuval draft party at Daily’s Place will have to wait quite a bit longer than they’re accustomed to cheer (or jeer) Jacksonville’s draft choice.
Trent Baalke: Jaguars have ‘2 or 3′ players in mind for first-round pick
After years of making high draft picks (Jacksonville has had its own pick after the 10th spot just once in the past 15 years), the Jaguars find themselves in a far different position this time. When the NFL draft rolls around on April 27, the Jaguars will pick 24th in the first round, their latest selection since they chose Florida defensive tackle Taven Bryan 29th in 2018.
Doug Pederson confident that Jaguars are on the right path after breakout season
It’s a far different offseason for Doug Pederson and the Jaguars. They’re not picking first in the draft. They didn’t empty the bank account in free agency. The coaching staff is settled. There’s no question about the quarterback. For the first time in a long time, Jacksonville is set at the most crucial aspects of the franchise.
Here are the Jaguars playoff scenarios with 2 weeks remaining in season
It has been awhile since the Jaguars had playoff scenarios to digest in December. In fact, it’s been five years since that run in 2017 that ended just minutes away from the Super Bowl. But this year, the postseason matrix is unusual. So let’s go through the “what ifs” of the Jaguars’ playoff chances.
Will Travon Walker lineup against the Cowboys? Jaguars dealing with late season injuries at several positions
As they prepare for one of the biggest home games of the year, the Jaguars have some key players trying to work their way back from injuries. Here’s a rundown of what we know as of Friday’s practice.
One year since firing Urban Meyer, Doug Pederson has changed culture, performance for Jaguars
One year ago today, Shad Khan fired Urban Meyer. What a difference a year makes. One year on, there isn’t a hint of the strife that was left in Meyer’s wake. The infighting, the lack of vision and trust, and most of all, the lack of respect. You won’t find that in Jacksonville now.