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The Jacksonville Jaguars have played a total of 28 seasons. Their first season was in 1995, and their most recent season was in 2022.
No, the Jacksonville Jaguars have been known by that name since 1995.
The Jacksonville Jaguars currently play in the South Division of the American Football Conference, aka the AFC South.
The best start to a Jaguars season was the 1998 Jacksonville Jaguars, who started the season 5-0. The second best starts to a Jaguars season was the 2004 Jacksonville Jaguars and the 1997 Jacksonville Jaguars, who both started the season at 3-0.
The worst start to a Jaguars season was the 2013 Jacksonville Jaguars, who started the season at 0-8. The second worst start to a season was the 2014 Jacksonville Jaguars, who started the season with 6 losses. The third worst start to a season was the 2021 Jacksonville Jaguars, who started the season with 5 losses.
The Jacksonville Jaguars last made the playoffs in 2017, when they lost the Conference Championship. They've been in the playoffs a total of 7 times in their 28 seasons.
The Jacksonville Jaguars last missed the playoffs in 2021.
In 2017, the Jacksonville Jaguars beat the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Divisional Round.
In 2017, the Jacksonville Jaguars lost to the New England Patriots in the Conference Championship.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have never appeared in a Super Bowl.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have never won a Super Bowl. The closest they came to winning a championship was in 1996, 1999 and 2017 when they lost the Conference Championship.
|2022||3-7||Pending – Season Ongoing|
|2017||10-6||Lost Conference Championship (Won 2 Rounds)|
|2007||11-5||Lost Divisional Round (Won 1 Round)|
|2005||12-4||Lost Wild Card Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1999||14-2||Lost Conference Championship (Won 1 Round)|
|1998||11-5||Lost Divisional Round (Won 1 Round)|
|1997||11-5||Lost Wild Card Round (Won 0 Rounds)|
|1996||9-7||Lost Conference Championship (Won 2 Rounds)|