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We now know the Jaguars’ 2019 opponents — here they are!

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NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars at Kansas City Chiefs Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars were guaranteed last place in the AFC South weeks ago, but the other divisions — and the corresponding opponents who also finished last in their respective divisions — wasn’t fully decided until late Sunday evening.

Now that the Week 17 games have finished, we’ve got the full slate of 2019 opponents for the Jaguars, both home and away. Check out the full list of the team’s opponents next year:

Home games

Tennessee Titans (9-7, AFC South)

Indianapolis Colts (10-6, AFC South)

Houston Texans (11-5, AFC South)

Kansas City Chiefs (12-4, AFC West)

Los Angeles Chargers (12-4, AFC West)

New Orleans Saints (13-3, NFC South)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-11, NFC South)

New York Jets (4-12, AFC East)

The division games will be tough next year, even at home. The benefit of getting to play the tougher AFC West opponents at home next year will be fun and I would bet that a game like the one against the Chiefs gets moved to London. This will also be the second consecutive season we play the Jets at home and the fourth straight year we play them.

Away games

Tennessee Titans (9-7, AFC South)

Indianapolis Colts (10-6, AFC South)

Houston Texans (11-5, AFC South)

Oakland Raiders (4-12, AFC West)

Denver Broncos (6-10, AFC West)

Carolina Panthers (7-9, NFC South)

Atlanta Falcons (7-9, NFC South)

Cincinnati Bengals (6-10, AFC North)

With the Raiders in flux, I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re the road opponent in the back-to-back series in London. Aside from the Panthers, I would suspect all our non-division road games to be up against teams either in a full rebuild (Broncos) or a semi-rebuild like us (Falcons, Bengals, and Raiders).

Summary

We will compete in games where the quarterback isn’t mobile and struggle in games where they are. The over/under is set to 5.5 wins. What are you taking?