has been released and it looks like an exciting time..."/> has been released and it looks like an exciting time..."/>

2015 Jacksonville Jaguars Schedule Released


The 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars schedule has been released and it looks like an exciting time for Jaguars fans.

We already knew the Jaguars would be taking on the Buffalo Bills on October 25th in London and we already knew the Jaguars’ opponents for the year.

The 2015 Jacksonville Jaguars schedule should be relatively easy, featuring teams with a combined 118-137-1 record from 2014. That comes out to just .463, which is the 8th weakest schedule for 2015, based on 2014 records. The Atlanta Falcons hold the weakest strength of schedule at .409 and the Pittsburgh Steelers are at the other end at .579. Fellow AFC South teams are all pretty low (partly by virtue of the AFC South being rather weak right now). The Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans look to have the easiest time in 2015 with .417 (second lowest in the NFL). The Tennessee Titans are just below the Jaguars at .435.

Now, let’s get to the games!

Week 1) Carolina Panthers @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 2) Miami Dolphins @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 3) Jacksonville Jaguars @ New England Patriots

Week 4) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Indianapolis Colts

Week 5) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Week 6) Houston Texans @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 7) Buffalo Bills @ Jacksonville Jaguars (London)

Week 8) BYE

Week 9) Jacksonville Jaguars @ New York Jets

Week 10) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Baltimore Ravens

Week 11) Tennessee Titans @ Jacksonville Jaguars (Thursday Night)

Week 12) San Diego Chargers @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 13) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Tennessee Titans

Week 14) Indianapolis Colts @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 15) Atlanta Falcons @ Jacksonville Jaguars

Week 16) Jacksonville Jaguars @ New Orleans Saints

Week 17) Jacksonville Jaguars @ Houston Texans

Things are shaping up to be exciting for the Jaguars in 2015 and hopefully the team will be able to put together a winning season for the first time under head coach Gus Bradley and Dave Caldwell.

The toughest stretch of the season will be between weeks 2 and 4 when the team has to face the New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, and Indianapolis Colts. The easiest part of the season should be weeks 11 to 13, with two matchups against the Tennessee Titans.

Next: The Jaguars Preseason Schedule

More from Black and Teal