Sept. 16, 2012; Jacksonville FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert (11) reacts after being sacked with less than two minutes left in the second quarter of their game against the Houston Texans at EverBank Field. Mandatory Credit: Phil Sears-USA TODAY Sports

Previewing Jacksonville Jaguars Tickets Against AFC South Opponents

There’s no denying the Jacksonville Jaguars aren’t a franchise on the rise. They were the second worst team in the entire NFL a year ago, and while they seem to be making the right move by bringing in defensive-minded head coach Gus Bradley, it’s no secret that the tickets haven’t been flying off the shelves at record pace. That will happen when Blaine Gabbert is your quarterback and your only true star on offense – Maurice Jones-Drew – is coming off of a lisfranc injury after missing half of the 2012 season.

With all that said, Jaguars fans are in for a bargain on a weekly basis in 2013, as Jaguars home tickets are available for just $115 on average. If Jacksonville can overachieve a bit this year, they could become even more of a steal.

However, if the Jags are going to have a productive season, it will likely have to start from within their own division. With that in mind, let’s take a look Jacksonville Jaguars tickets for each of their six divisional games in 2013:

Home Games 

  • (9/29) vs. Indianapolis Colts | Avg: $106 | Get-in: $34

Jacksonville doesn’t have a great chance to top the Andrew Luck-lead Colts, but this is a very nice game at 8% under Jax’s home average. Besides, there’s always the chance Indy over-achieved a year ago and isn’t as good in 2013. If that’s even remotely true, you have to give the Jags a slight chance at home.

  • (12/5) vs. Houston Texans | Avg: $129 | Get-in: $40

The Texans are a legit playoff contender and possible Super Bowl contender, so Jags fans won’t mind paying 12% above the home average in this early December meeting. Chances are Arian Foster and co. will grind a hole through Jacksonville, but division meetings are tough to predict, so there’s always the chance for a huge upset.

  • (12/22) vs. Tennessee Titans | Avg: $113 | Get-in: $29

Jacksonville welcomes Jake Locker and the Titans into town for their most likely home division game win. This one comes in at 2% below the home average and actually might have the Jaguars ending with a ‘W’ if they play their cards right. Either way, it should be pretty competitive and well worth the price.

Road Games 

  • (11/10) @ Tennessee Titans | Avg: $93 | Get-in: $13 

For some reason the first meeting with the Titans (this one being in Tennessee) is way cheaper, giving it much more value. Jake Locker is erratic and the Titans aren’t great on defense, so again, this is a game the Jags have a great shot at winning.

  • (11/24) @ Houston Texans | Avg: $173 | Get-in: $50

Naturally the price for this matchup is going to see a spike in Houston, but it’s still not that bad. Jags fans can enjoy a nice road game while chanting for an upset, and it’s still under $175 on average. It’s not likely to end up being a win, but Jacksonville did push the Texans to the limit last year, so you never know.

  • (12/29) @ Indianapolis Colts | Avg: $137 | Get-in: $36 

Indy comes in second place for Jacksonville’s most expensive road division games. This is another game the Jags can’t be counted out of, but it won’t be easy to walk into Andrew Luck’s backyard and take care of business. This one carries even more value with it being the season finale, yet it’s still a bargain at just $137 on average.

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