Jaguars Thinking About Showing RedZone Channel on Video Screens During Games

Dec 16, 2012; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (89) drops a pass as Miami Dolphins cornerback Sean Smith (24) defends in the second half at Sun Life Stadium. The Dolphins won 24-3. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

The Jacksonville Jaguars are supposed to have some huge video screens installed in their stadium. It is going to be epic. The video screen may not get enough action from the Jaguars offense though. The team is toying with the idea of playing continuous RedZone coverage on the screens during the game.

“We know this would be welcomed by the large portion of our fans who are transplants to Jacksonville, as well as all fantasy football enthusiasts,” Mark Lamping (Jaguars President) said. – Pro Football Talk

How awkward would it be if the crowd starts going nuts watching highlights from another game and the Jaguars are shuttering on offense? I don’t know how Blaine Gabbert and the rest of the offense would feel about that.

Sure there may be a ton of transplants in the town of Jacksonville, but how many people would come out to the football game to watch the RedZone channel. Couldn’t you just go to the bar or order the channel at home? That seems like a much better solution for the average fan.

If the Jacksonville Jaguars want to get fans in the stadium, they will need to start winning more games.

Topics: Jacksonville Jaguars

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