According to Fannation.com this post may shed some light on the future of our beloved Jags. With impending deals soon to expire this looks to be a more likely scenario. This team is the JACKSONVILLE Jaguars, and when Wayne Weaver says he's committed to this town, I believe him!
Furthermore, I think it is reasonable to believe that the Raiders are a more likely scenario for LA. With Al Davis living on borrowed time, and all the wackiness that has come from that franchise, I think Al may get out while he can (doubt it) or the NFL could pull an MLB and force him out al la Marge Schott. With Ed Roski, Jr. wanting a stake in a franchise, and the financing to go with it, this would benefit the fans of LA and the NFL in regards to protecting the brand/shield.
Also, with the Chargers still in a stadium deal it would cost them alot of money to break their lease. If it's going to cost them $25 million to get out of their current deal...I can't imagine what the Jags would have to pay to get out of theirs. Especially with 15 years left on the deal! Leases are made to be broken, but it depends on what kind of monetary hit you're willing to take to pull the trigger on that kind of deal.
With our current team sitting at 3-3, and a favorable schedule ahead of us...we could be witness to a remarkable turn around within a very short time. By no means, am I saying we're playoff bound. However, our team is improving, and learning how to win. Fortunate coin toss or not, we won the game when the opportunity presented itself. I firmly believe that if this trend continues then the ticket issue will begin to subside, and we'll be able to show the nation that the NFL can survive in a market such as Jacksonville.