The Jacksonville Jaguars are traveling to play Washington on Thursday night and if you're looking for game time, TV schedule, and more? You found it!
Blake Bortles will probably see one series, maybe two, and be done for the night. He's the unquestioned starter and he's been spectacular this preseason. No reason to give him any more reps than needed.
An interesting group of players to watch tonight will be the tight ends. I wouldn't expect Marcedes Lewis to get a lot of reps. With Julius Thomas out, look at how much playing time Clay Harbor is getting. Although it's unlikely, the coaches could be thinking of Ben Koyack and Nic Jacobs as fits for the No. 3 or No. 4 tight ends.
On defense, the line needs to get pressure. That starts with pass rushers Chris Smith and Cap Capi. I truly believe that if Capi has a great game, he'll make the 53-man roster, simply because the team is thin at the position and he's shown himself to be someone who can create pressure and finish a sack, not needing a clean up guy.
Here's everything you need to know about watching, listening to, and following the game.
Game time: Thursday, September 3, 7:30pm (Jacksonville time)
Location: FedEx Field, Landover, MD
TV channel: CBS, FOX, and NBC (depending on market)
TV coverage (via 506Sports): WJXT (4 - Jacksonville), WKMG (CBS/6 - Orlando), WCTV (My/6.2 - Tallahassee), WECP (CBS/18 - Panama City), WNBW (NBC/9 - Gainesville), WSAV (NBC/3 - Savannah GA), WSWG (My/44.2 - Albany GA), WJTC (44 - Mobile AL), WTVY (My/4.2 - Dothan AL), WTAT (FOX/24 - Charleston SC)
Radio: 1010XL AM or 92.5 FM
Online streaming: Verizon subscribers can watch games live with the NFL Mobile app (subscription required) | NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts in USA during preseason and users outside the USA all season long.
Announcers: Mark Brunell and Sam Kouvaris
Prediction: Jaguars win 27-22.
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