Finishing strong last season with an 11-5 regular season record, the Jacksonville Jaguars look to carry their success into this 2008 season. The Jaguars have attempted to do so in the 2008 draft in acquiring defensive end Derrick Harvey from Florida with the 8th overall pick in the first round. The Jacksonville Jaguars have also made some free agency moves to add new depth to the line-up, offensively and defensively. With this exciting new roster bolstering the Jaguars already incredible team, Jacksonville fans are purchasing tickets in a hurry to see their Jaguars attempt to win the Super Bowl Championship for the first time in franchise history.
After five long years of attempting to procure a third NFL franchise in California, a Jacksonville-based organization entitled Touchdown Jacksonville finally accomplished their goal of attaining the rights to form the Jacksonville Jaguars expansion team with their inaugural season in 1995. In their first season, the Jacksonville Jaguars won a mid-season game against the eventual AFC Champion Pittsburgh Steelers and shocked the professional football community by being the first expansion team to defeat a team that would make it to the Super Bowl in the same season. The Jacksonville Jaguars currently play at Jacksonville Municipal Stadium where they have played ever since their inauguration into the NFL in 1995, formerly known as Alltel Stadium. Even in their short franchise career, their franchise accomplishments include two AFC Championship game appearances, two AFC Central division championships, and five playoff appearances through the help of an amazing cast of football players for such a young franchise including former Pro Bowl MVP quarterback Mark Brunell. Ticket sales are always high for this youthful franchise that always promises to give an electrifying show at every game.