The Jacksonville Jaguars will host the San Diego Chargers for the third game this season at EverBank Field. The Jaguars are 0-2 at home and face a San Diego team that is 1-3 on the road this season. Jacksonville Jaguars tickets for this game are averaging $41 on the secondary market, 35% below the average Jaguars home game this season and making it the cheapest game of Week 7. The $41 average is also 67% below the average cost of San Diego Chargers tickets for their road games in 2013. With prices down 44% this week and a get-in price of just $5 bucks, there should be plenty of deals available from now right up until kickoff on Sunday afternoon.
This game will have two breakout young receivers. Jacksonville’s Justin Blackmon was targeted on 20 passes last week, catching 14 of them for 190 yards. This comes after a five reception, 136 yard game in Week 5 against St. Louis. San Diego’s Keenan Allen had six receptions for 115 yards Week 5 against the Oakland Raiders and nine catches for 106 yards Monday night against the Indianapolis Colts. Allen has the advantage of having a better quarterback in Philip Rivers, but Blackmon has quickly become Chad Henne’s favorite target for the Jaguars.
Neither defense has been great stopping opposing offenses, excluding the Chargers allowing just nine points against the Colts last week. Both teams have three games this season of giving up at least 400 yards of total offense to an opponent. San Diego also has three games of at least 400 yards on offense. This game could feature a lot of action through the air and a lot of points, which should be worth this very low price.
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