The Jaguars’ roster was the biggest surprise of 2017.
While the Jaguars’ playoff chances are questionable, the team is a fun to watch and the Jaguars won a division title, something no team has accomplished since the 1970s.
The Jaguars also won a Super Bowl, which means the team was always going to be popular.
It’s not a stretch to say that the Jaguars have been one of the most successful franchises in the NFL over the past 20 years, and they’ve earned the nickname “Jags Nation.”
Here are 10 reasons the Jaguars deserve the nickname.1.
Their name is a joke.
The team is named after a comic strip that debuted in 1974 and features a cartoon mascot that is named for the famous strip “The Joker.”
The team also uses the word “Jaguar” in its logo and the team name is also a play on the phrase “Jag” which is the name of a fictional horse in “Jungle Book.”
Fans are not fond of the name, especially with the NFL team being known for a nickname that includes a derogatory term for Muslims.2.
Their logo is a pun on “Jalopnik.”
The logo is basically a black circle with two red dots, which are “J”s, “A”s and a “R.”3.
They don’t have a nickname.
They’re known as “The Jaguars” and have never had a nickname other than “The Jaguar” (which was originally a nickname for the NFL teams).
The name has been used in conjunction with the team since the early days of the team, and there have been several nicknames used by fans.
The only other team to have the name in conjunction is the Carolina Panthers, who use “The Black Panthers” as the team’s name.4.
They have no players.
The Jacksonville Jaguars’ most notable player is linebacker Dontari Poe, who has had a great career and is a former first-round pick of the New England Patriots.
He is also the team captain.
The majority of the Jaguars players have played multiple seasons in the league, including defensive end Mario Edwards Jr., who has played seven seasons with the Jaguars.5.
Their history is the NFL’s.
The franchise started in 1975, the same year the NFL folded.
That’s the only team in the history of the league to have a franchise name in their history.
The earliest team to use the name is the Cleveland Browns in 1946.
In the NFL, the most recent team to go that route is the New York Giants, who took the name from the Giants of the 1940s.6.
The name is associated with crime.
The city of Jacksonville has a reputation for being dangerous and dangerous neighborhoods.
While that’s a perception shared by many Jaguars fans, the Jaguars name has helped make them popular with those fans.
In fact, the Jacksonville Jaguars are one of only three teams in the Super Bowl era to have fewer than 50 arrests per game, according to data compiled by the University of New Mexico.7.
Their uniforms are cheap.
In 2017, the average cost per season ticket was $6,845.
The average price of a season ticket in 2018 is $18,839.
For the Jaguars, the prices have dropped in the last few years.
The club is still very popular in some areas, with fans in the Jacksonville area purchasing season tickets to only the Jaguars and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.8.
The NFL is a little better.
The league has improved from when the Jaguars first debuted in 1975.
In 1976, the NFL was just entering the era of television broadcasts, and it was only a few years before the league added the National Football League.
The era that the NFL is in now is not unlike that of the ’70s, when the NFL started with the National Basketball Association and had to evolve over the years.
Since the start of the NFL in 1960, the league has been more successful in the ratings than the NFL.9.
Their stadium is the best in the division.
The new stadium at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fla., is the third-best stadium in the NFC South.
The stadium also has the third best attendance per game.10.
Their fans love their Jaguars.
The fans love the team because they like the team.
Fans love to watch the Jaguars play because they know that the team will win.
Fans also love the Jaguars because they are popular with their fans, and fans are loyal to the team even if the team loses.
The Jags have fans who follow them to their local bars and restaurants, to their restaurants, and even to their grocery store.