Found December 07, 2011 on
We're going to go ahead and believe that the shot above is of a part of the greater Jacksonville, Florida area — after all, the stadium shown does look a lot like Everbank Field, where the Jacksonville Jaguars play. However, this picture may not be truly representative of the current city. According to ESPN's Paul Kuharsky, observant viewers threw multiple flags against the "Worldwide Leader" after it became evident that some of the overhead shots on the Monday Night Football game between the Jaguars and San Diego Chargers were outdated representations of Jacksonville.
That's not the best part. According to Kuharsky, one of the aerial shots was actually of Charlotte, North Carolina. Whoops! Kuharshy reached out to an ESPN spokesperson, who had this to say:
"The Charlotte aerial was an inadvertent mistake. It should not have aired. We apologize that it was part of the telecast.
"The scenics of Jacksonville that were used during 'Monday Night Count...
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Cecil Shorts just finished watching his teammate Maurice Jones-Drew – a wrecking ball of a running back – take a shovel pass nearly the entire length of the field before being brought down by a chasing defensive back at the five-yard line. Down three points and within spitting distance of the end zone, the rookie wide receiver with one career reception split out wide to the...
All those defensive injuries finally caught up the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Jaguars played without five defensive starters and several key backups Monday night against San Diego, and it showed in a 38-14 loss. The Jaguars (3-9) were torched in the secondary, gouged on the ground and essentially out of the game by halftime.
It could get worse, too.
Jacksonville placed defensive...
The Jacksonville Jaguars are officially under new leadership now as Shahid Khan, a successful businessman, purchased the team recently for a reported $760 million dollars from former owner Wayne Weaver.
It is not known whether the team will remain in Jacksonville, but here are some of his comments concerning the organization, “I’ve got to tell you — it was the best-looking...
We can’t say that we’re all that shocked by this news, but Akwasi Owusu-Ansah is no longer a Dallas Cowboy.
A second-year safety/receiver/return man, Owusu-Ansah signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday, around a week after being cut by the Cowboys to make room for fullback Shaun Chapas on the active roster. The team had hoped that they could hold onto AOA as a member...
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The Jaguars requested and were granted a 24-hour extension of the blackout deadline for Sunday's home game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The team now has until 1 p.m. on Friday to sell about 5,500 non-premium tickets. The Jaguars have requested extensions for several of their home games and the blackout was lifted in each of them. Source: The Times-Union Attached Thumbnails
A new coach, a new owner-in-waiting, and the Jacksonville Jaguars suddenly had a new outlook Monday night with back-to-back touchdown drives to build a 14-10 lead over the San Diego Chargers.
Philip Rivers threw for 294 yards and three touchdowns, burning Jacksonville's depleted secondary early and often, and the San Diego Chargers (5-7) took a 38-14 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars (3-9) on Monday night, snapping a six-game losing streak.