Jacksonville Florida Comes Together For Jaguars Wild Card Game Vs Buffalo
There hasn’t been a Jacksonville Jaguar Home game in January since 2000, and Jacksonville Florida is coming together like it was 1999. Not only was that the last season the Jaguars had a home Playoff game, but it was the year that Hurricane Floyd hit Florida. History has a way of repeating themselves. And this year instead of us facing the Titans, the Jaguars get the Buffalo Bills.
The city is ready for the party that Wild Card Sunday will be in downtown Jacksonville. The Sold Out Stadium parking lots will be Packed with Screaming Fans and the game starts at 1pm. My9oh4 will be downtown all day Sunday, so be ready for some pictures.
The city is puling together for the EVENT that Sunday will be, owner Shad Khan donated 1,000 tickets and memorabilia to Sunday’s game to refugees who’ve settled in the Jacksonville area and residents of Puerto Rico who were displaced by Hurricane Maria. The Jaguars also made 1,500 $20 tickets to Local Servicemen.
“The Jaguars’ first home playoff appearance in very long time is an event that should be shared with as many people as possible, across all spectrum, who call Jacksonville their home,” Khan said in a release. “Whether it’s a home game in August or January, it’s important for the Jaguars to consistently be good citizens and do the right thing for our community. Hopefully the experience on Sunday will give our guests a well-deserved break from what can be severe challenges in their daily lives, and if we can give them a victory on the field, it will make for a perfect day.”