Jacksonville Jaguars set to play at Wembley in 2024 season: Full list of opponents

• The Jaguars will return to London in 2024

• They'll play one game at Wembley

• They may also face the Bears at Tottenham

Oct 1, 2023; London, United Kingdom; The Jacksonville Jaguars logo on the Wembley Stadium facade
Oct 1, 2023; London, United Kingdom; The Jacksonville Jaguars logo on the Wembley Stadium facade / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been busy following the end of the 2023 season. With their sight fully set in 2024, they know the teams they'll be facing. Also, their annual trip to London has been confirmed.

Earlier this week, the league released the list of clubs the Jaguars will play in 2024. On Thursday, they announced the list of teams that will partake in their International Series next season. Besides Jacksonville (Wembley), the Chicago Bears (Tottenham), the Minnesota Vikings (Tottenham), and the Carolina Panthers will be playing "home" games across the pond.

Given that the Jags are set to face the Chicago Bears on the road, they could be their opponent at Tottenham. On a side note, the NFL will be playing a yet-to-be-announced game in Brazil in 2024.

Here's the full list of opponents for the Jaguars in 2024


  • Houston Texans
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Tennessee Titans
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Minnesota Vikings
  • Cleveland Browns


  • Tennessee Titans
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Houston Texans
  • Chicago Bears
  • Detroit Lions
  • Miami Dolphins
  • Las Vegas Raiders
  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • Buffalo Bills

The Jaguars face the Texans, Indianapolis, and the Titans twice (six games total) because they play in the same division. Every season, they're assigned four games against another division in the same conference. Thus, the games against the Phins, the NY Jets, the Bills, and the Patriots. They also play all teams from a division in the NFC. This year, they'll face the NFC North: The Bears, Lions, Packers and Vikings. That's 14 games.

Two more contests are against teams from the other two divisions in the conference. Since Jacksonville is facing the AFC East, they get games against the Las Vegas Raiders (AFC West), and the Cleveland Browns (AFC North). The seventh matchup is against a team from the NFC. This year it will be Philadelphia Eagles.

The Jaguars 2023 seasoon in a nutshell

The Jaguars made the playoffs and won the AFC South with a 9-7 record in 2022. They were early favorites to repeat as division champs in 2023, with a projected 10.5 wins. Early in the season, it looked like they were going to meet expectations, going 6-2 in the first eight games. However, they mustered three wins the rest of the way and were eliminated from playoff contention when they lost to the Tennessee Titans in Week 18.

Following a disappointing end to the 2023 season, Jacksonville finds itself needing to make changes. They already dismissed most of their defensive staff and parted ways with a couple of offensive assistants. They'll next focus on bolstering a bolster with several glaring weaknesses. In particular, they must address the interior offensive line. The Jags' inability to get the running game going or give Trevor Lawrence enough time to throw was rooted inside of the trenches.

The team's brass will also need to make upgrades to their interior defensive line and add a third pass rusher to the rotation. They struggled to stop opponents from running the ball, and they had a hard time bringing the heat when teams were able to neutralize outside linebacker Josh Allen.

Head coach Doug Pederson believes that things such as drops, and turnovers played a role in the team's late-season collapse. Moving on from most of their defensive assistants shows that the Jaguars also believe coaching on that side of the ball was an issue. Next, they'll need to make bolster their roster to ensure they miss the playoffs for the second straight year.

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