TIAA Bank Field
Sunny Jacksonville, Florida is where the AFC South’s Jaguars call home. Based out of this northern Florida populous seaport city, the Jags home stadium of TIAA Bank Field is located right downtown, accessible to all who want to see a great game played out on the gridiron. The original home of the Jaguars, this venue opened for the inaugural 1995 season. Built using portions of the iconic Gator Bowl Stadium, TIAA Bank Field sought to stand on the shoulders of giants and deliver to football fans a brand new facility, updated for modern times.
Large on luxury, this venue boasts nearly 90 luxury suites throughout its facility, each with incredible amenities that football fans have come to expect. From HDTVs in the suite to large, comfortable seating with a lounge atmosphere inside, your guests will have plenty to enjoy. The catering options available are a highlight for many, rivalling the game on the field.
TIAA Bank Field has seen its fair share of large-scale events come through since 1995. Having hosted a Super Bowl, multiple NCAA Gator Bowl games, and a slew of popular musical acts, this venue is the place to be in Jacksonville.
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The newest Florida-based football franchise added to the National Football League is the Jacksonville Jaguars. Joining the ranks of the NFL in 1995, the Jags quickly found their footing amongst stiff competition in the AFC.
Starting off in 1995 with a record of 4-12, the team earned their first winning record the next season and kept improving each year until 1999 where they posted a record of 14-2. Along the way, Jacksonville managed to win their division twice (1998 & 1999), make the playoffs four times, and advance to the AFC title game twice. All of this success came under the regime of no-nonsense coach Tom Coughlin. Following a period of regression after the 1999 season, Coughlin was eventually replaced by Jack Del Rio.
Del Rio coached the team from 2003 to 2011, making the playoffs twice in that time frame. Though popular with his players, Del Rio was let go following the 2011 season. Replacing him would be Gus Bradley. A team in the middle of a crisis, Jacksonville’s woes were too much for Bradley. He could never get his team to perform well enough to earn more than five wins in a season.
The same could not be said for Bradley’s replacement, Doug Marrone. A former player and longtime coach around the NFL and NCAA, Marrone was determined to turn this franchise around and made huge impact in his first full season. Jacksonville leapfrogged to a first place finish in the AFC South and advanced all the way to the AFC Championship game before being eliminated by the Patriots in a hard-fought game.
Taking a step back in their second year under the Marrone regime, Jacksonville finished in 4th place in the division and was out of post season contention. Additionally, starting quarterback Blake Bortles was been benched in favor of Cody Kessler, prompting many to think that the Jags would be in the market for a new QB at the draft. However, Jags fans would not have to wait that long as the Jacksonville front office locked up former Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles in free agency with a monster four year deal worth $88 million. Bortles and Kessler have both been released.
Running back Leonard Fournette, who eclipsed 1,000 yards in his rookie season, had a very difficult sophomore campaign. Between an early season injury and a fight resulting in a suspension later in the year, he did not see much action. Healthy for the 2019 season, he expects to have a big year.
As long as the offensive line holds up, the Jaguars have some strong targets downfield to catch the ball. Marquise Lee, who missed all of the 2018 with an injury, is back in the lineup this year. Additionally, wide receiver Dede Westbrook provide major threats in the passing game. Terrelle Pryor hopes to do the same. Tight end Geoff Swaim landed in Jacksonville from Dallas and is eager to show his appreciation in the form of production on the field.
The defense for the Jaguars, thought of as questionable in recent years, underwent a major resurgence in 2017 and continues to be the strength of the team. Filling the roster with players like Calais Campbell, Marcell Dareus, Myles Jack, and Jalen Ramsey, Jacksonville is solid on this side of the ball. They added Josh Allen, a linebacker out of Kentucky with the 7th overall pick in the 2019 draft. Allen is a sack machine who can’t wait to get to work in his rookie year.
The Jaguars also brought back their first head coach, Tom Coughlin, as executive vice president of football operations. This front office job has reunited the Jaguars with the most successful coach they ever had and, undoubtedly, had a trickle-down effect to the team, bringing about a higher level of competition that is synonymous with Coughlin and his legendary work ethic. The Jags extended Coughlin’s contract through 2021.
Though still a young franchise, the Jaguars have had a number of great players on their teams over the years. Some of the most loved players in Jaguars history include Fred Taylor, Maurice Jones-Drew, Jimmy Smith, Tony Boselli, Mark Brunell, and David Garrard. Click here for additional information about the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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