The Jacksonville Jaguars are hosting the Carolina Panthers on Sunday and if you're looking for game time, TV schedule, and more, you found it!
The Jacksonville Jaguars will open up the 2015 regular season at home against the Carolina Panthers, where the Jaguars will try to open up with a win for the first time in four years. Not only would a win be the first time the team has done so in their opener in four years, it would also be the first time the Jaguars have had a winning record, at any point in the season, since 2011.
But, a lot has to happen before we go ahead and pencil in a win over the Panthers on Sunday afternoon.
The Jaguars were a bit bizarro in the NFL preseason this year, compared to what they were last season. The offense seemed to be hitting on all cylinders, especially in the third preseason game. Blake Bortles appeared to be a completely different player than last season, as most of his plays were controlled and from the pocket rather than broken sand lot plays.
The offensive line appeared to be much improved, at least in pass protection, and if that translates to the regular season his play should carry over. Going against the Panthers, they’ll have a nice test in pass protection trying to hold down Charles Johnson and Kony Ealy on the egdes.
Here's everything you need to know about watching, listening to, and following the game.
Game time: Sunday, September 13, 1:00pm (Jacksonville time)
Location: EverBank Field, Jacksonville, FL
TV channel: FOX
TV coverage (via 506Sports): See the viewing map here.
Radio: 1010XL AM or 92.5 FM
Online streaming: Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required).
Announcers: Chris Myers and Ronde Barber
Odds: Jacksonville is a 3-point underdog. The over/under is set at 43.5 points.
Prediction: Jaguars win 24-21.
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