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Jacksonville Jaguars 2024 NFL Season Win/Loss Total

By Jeff Stinger

The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of four teams overall to never play in a Super Bowl. It looked for a while in 2023 that might change, but then the Jags completely imploded down the stretch and missed the playoffs in a huge disappointment. What to expect this season from Trevor Lawrence & Co.?

A Closer Look at the Win/Loss Total for the Jacksonville Jaguars 2024 NFL Season

  • 2024 NFL Win/Loss Total: 8.5
  • To Have Fewest 2024 NFL Wins: +5000
  • To Have Most 2024 NFL Wins: +5500

Jacksonville Jaguars 2024 NFL Schedule

  • NFL Week 1: at Miami Dolphins — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 2: vs. Cleveland Browns — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 3: at Buffalo Bills — 7:30pm ET (ESPN)
  • NFL Week 4: at Houston Texans — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 5: vs. Indianapolis Colts — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 6: at Chicago Bears — 9:30am ET (NFLN)
  • NFL Week 7: vs. New England Patriots — 9:30am ET (NFLN)
  • NFL Week 8: vs. Green Bay Packers — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 9: at Philadelphia Eagles — 8:20pm ET (NBC/Peacock)
  • NFL Week 10: vs. Minnesota Vikings — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 11: at Detroit Lions — 1:00pm ET (CBS)
  • NFL Week 12: BYE
  • NFL Week 13: vs. Houston Texans — 1:00pm (FOX)
  • NFL Week 14: at Tennessee Titans — 1:00pm (CBS)
  • NFL Week 15: vs. New York Jets — 1:00pm ET (FOX)
  • NFL Week 16: at Las Vegas Raiders — 4:25pm (CBS)
  • NFL Week 17: vs. Tennessee Titans — 1:00pm (CBS)
  • NFL Week 18: at Indianapolis Colts — TBA (TBA)

Jacksonville’s 2024 schedule ranks as tied for the eighth-toughest in the NFL this year, as its opponents combined for a 2023 winning percentage of .512. The team is a 3.5-point dog Week 1 at Miami and probably isn’t winning that. The Jaguars will officially play two games in London for a second straight year. The team will face the Bears on Oct. 13 in Week 6 at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as an “away” team and the Patriots the following week, Week 7, on Oct. 20 at Wembley Stadium as the “home” team. Jacksonville has played 11 regular-season games in London dating back to their first matchup against the San Francisco 49ers in 2013. The team is 6-4 all-time.

Shaking Off Last Season

After making the playoffs in the 2022 season as AFC South champion, the Jaguars were fully expected to repeat last year. And that looked like a reality when the team was 8-3. However, the Jaguars had just one more victory to finish at 9-8 for the second year in a row, but this time it wasn’t good enough for the postseason as Houston stole the AFC South. Had Jacksonville won in Tennessee in Week 18, it still might have made the playoffs but lost 28-20. QB Trevor Lawrence was stopped on fourth-and-1 at the Titans’ 1-yard line about midway through the fourth quarter.

Jaguars coach Doug Pederson passed up a field goal on that key fourth-and-goal, wanting a touchdown and 2-point conversion to tie it up. He called it “unfortunate” being a couple of inches away. With one final chance, Lawrence couldn’t pick up a first down before turning the ball over on downs again with 1:47. Jacksonville was looking for back-to-back AFC South titles for the first time since the late 1990s.

Changes Within the Team

It has been a huge offseason for the franchise, though, as the team and City of Jacksonville agreed on a $1.4 billion expansion of the club’s current stadium – meaning the Jags will not be moving to London. Construction is scheduled to begin after the team’s 2025 season concludes and will finish in time for the 2028 season. The plan is for the Jaguars to continue to play in EverBank Stadium with a reduced capacity in 2026 and then play the 2027 season elsewhere.

The Jaguars also locked up Lawrence, the former No. 1 overall pick, to a five-year, $275 million extension. The $55 million average salary in Lawrence’s deal ties him with the Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Burrow for the top mark in that category in the NFL. If you look at what Lawrence has done in his career so far — 20-30 record as a starter (plus 1-1 in the playoffs), 63.8% completions, 58 touchdown passes, 39 interceptions — you might wonder why the Jaguars made him one of the highest-paid quarterbacks.

It does seem a bit of an overpay as Lawrence has 60 turnovers in his first three seasons, which includes an NFL-high 21 in 2023 (14 interceptions, 7 lost fumbles). There are only 11 quarterbacks who have made their debut since 1978 that have turned the ball over more in their first three seasons. That list includes three Hall of Famers: Warren Moon (73, tied with Steve DeBerg for the most), Peyton Manning (64) and John Elway (61). Lawrence also has shown flashes of being an elite quarterback over the last three seasons. In a 17-game span from Week 12 of 2022 through Week 11 of 2023, he threw for 4,161 yards and 23 touchdowns with eight interceptions.

A Look at the Offseason

Jacksonville’s offseason started with two major coaching decisions. It fired defensive coordinator Mike Caldwell but retained offensive coordinator Press Taylor even though the offense ranked 26th in EPA per play despite having Lawrence at quarterback. (The defense ranked 14th.)

Excellent wideout Calvin Ridley left in free agency but was replaced by former Bills WR Gabe Davis to a three-year, $39 million deal. The 24-year-old gives Lawrence a field-stretching weapon. According to Next Gen Stats, Davis has 17 deep receiving TDs since 2020, tied for the third-most in the NFL, including playoffs, behind only Tyreek Hill and Mike Evans. Davis has generated 16.7 yards per reception in his career, tops in the NFL since he entered the league in 2020 (min. 150 rec). A big-play maven, Davis generated a first down or touchdown on 76.7 percent of his catches, most in the league since 2020.

The Jags also drafted LSU WR Brian Thomas Jr. with the No. 23 overall pick in 2024 after trading up with Minnesota. Thomas led FBS in 2023 with 17 touchdown receptions, scoring in 10 of 13 games. He caught 68 passes for 1,177 yards.

Defensively, the team lost excellent cornerback Darious Williams in free agency but re-signed excellent pass-rusher Josh Allen and added defensive tackle Arik Armstead. Allen got a whopping five-year, $150 million deal. The extension replaces Allen’s one-year franchise tag contract, which was set to pay him just a little more than $24 million in 2024. Allen is coming off his second Pro Bowl trip in five NFL seasons, having posted a career-best 17.5 sacks to go along with 66 tackles, two forced fumbles and his second career interception. Allen actually has changed his name to Joshua Hines-Allen.

Armstead, the former 49er, got a three-year deal worth $51 million. In 2023, Armstead accounted for five sacks and 27 total tackles through 12 games played. Armstead will likely immediately enter as one of the starting defensive linemen alongside DaVon Hamilton and Roy Robertson-Harris and outside linebackers Hines-Allen and Travon Walker.

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