Week 1- vs. KC Chiefs (L): The Jags struggled to give the home fans a win last year. Whether or not there was too much pressure to put on a good show for the home fans, they EverBank Field ended up being the "not-so-friendly" combines. Plus, they're going up against an experienced QB-coach duo, and a coach that loves to groom QBs.
Week 2- @ Oakland (W): The first thing that comes to mind was the week 14 win in Oakland in 2010. The Jags won that game thanks to some late (and long) touchdowns, one of which came on a HUGE run from Rashad Jennings. Palmer is out and Flynn is in. The backfield is a mess. As far as everything else... well... it is Oakland.
Week 3- @ Seattle (L): Gus Bradley returns to his old stopping grounds. He will go up against the stellar defense that he helped build. In this week 3 game, he will regreat many recent decisions.
Week 4- vs. Indianapolis (L): Andrew Luck will have one of the biggest spotlights shining bright on him in 2013.
Week 5- @ St. Louis (W): Jeff Fisher knows the Jaguars. Gus Bradley knows the Rams. This will be an interesting game to watch. One thing the Rams could not afford was the one thing that happened: they lost players (not just to injuries, but for good).
Week 6- @ Denver (L): Moving right along...
Week 7- San Diego (L): This is dependent on the Chargers drafting a running back in the first three rounds. Having Ryan Matthews in the backfield will give the Jags a better chance to win.
Week 8- vs. San Francisco/London (L): This is a pre-draft blog. Based on what the two teams did on the field last year, it is not a tough choice.
Week 9- BYE: They can't lose. Yeah!
Week 10- @ Tennessee (L): An easy first reaction is this: If they can't beat Ryan Fitzpatrick, call Houston because we got a problem! But as long as as Chris Johnson is a Titans, this matchup will be questionable at best.
Week 11- vs. Arizona (L): It's not Carson Palmer that Jags fans should be worried about... it's Larry Fitzgerald. There is plenty of evidence of how this secondary matches up against the NFL's top receivers.
Week 12- @ Houston (L): Don't let last year's thriller fool you. They caught Houston sleeping. The Texans won't be so forgiving this time around.
Week 13- @ Cleveland (close L): Brandon Weeden showed a lot of promising signs as the year went on, and the Browns will likely win the RB battle as well.
Week 14- vs. Houston (L): Houston should be locking up the division by then, but seeding is important and they don't plan on screwing that up again.
Week 15- vs. Buffalo (W): That "W" is pending the Bills QB situation and if they hand Bobby Pigpen the keys or not.
Week 16- vs. Tennessee (W): The Jags will continue their success against the Titans at EverBank Field.
Week 17- @ Indianapolis (L): Playoff implications could be on the line for the Colts.
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