Fresh off their first playoff appearance in 10 years, the Jacksonville Jaguars are looking to build upon a fantastic 2017 season. The culture has changed in Jacksonville under the leadership of head coach Doug Marrone and team president Tom Coughlin. Last season, the Jaguars won the AFC South and made a deep playoff run before losing to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game. The Jaguars have re-built their franchise starting with defense. Jacksonville features an elite defense capable of stifling even the league’s best offenses. Defensive back Jalen Ramsey had a breakout season in 2017; Ramsey sets the tone of this defense with his confidence and aggressive play. Quarterback Blake Bortles was signed to a 3-year, $54M contract extension in the offseason. Bortles’ performance has been good, but the Jags offense will always rely on a heavy dose of Leonard Fournette running the football. The Jaguars added All-Pro guard Andrew Norwell in the offseason. Norwell solidifies an already strong offensive line.
The Jaguars will advance as far as their elite defense can take them. A defensive line featuring Calais Campbell, Cam Fowler, Marcel Dareus and Yannick Ngakoue is the best unit in the league. Cornerbacks A.J. Bouye and Jalen Ramsey are both coming off Pro Bowl seasons. The Jaguars play aggressive, opportunistic defense – in 2017, the Jags led the league in turnovers and defensive scoring.
Suites and Special Events: Luxury Suites at TIAA Bank Field feature HDTV's, lounge seating and a bar/kitchenette. Suites come with VIP Parking Passes, and exclusive access to VIP clubs throughout the stadium. TIAA Bank Field will also host an NCAAF game between the Georgia Bulldogs and Florida Gators in October, 2018.