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1995 Jacksonville Jaguars season

 

1995 Jacksonville Jaguars season

1995 Jacksonville Jaguars season
Head coach Tom Coughlin
Home field Jacksonville Municipal Stadium
Results
Record 4–12
Division place 5th AFC Central
Playoff finish did not qualify
Uniform
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Timeline
Previous season      Next season
First season      1996

The 1995 Jacksonville Jaguars season was the team's first year in the National Football League.

Offseason

Expansion Draft

# Player Position Drafted From
1. Steve Beuerlein Quarterback Arizona Cardinals
2. Corey Raymond Defensive Back New York Giants
3. Jeff Novak Tackle Miami Dolphins
4. John Duff Defensive End Los Angeles Raiders
5. Keith Goganious Linebacker Buffalo Bills
6. Mark Williams Linebacker Green Bay Packers
7. Al Jackson Defensive Back Philadelphia Eagles
8. Mark Tucker Center Arizona Cardinals
9. Paul Frase Defensive Tackle New York Jets
10. Tom Myslinski Guard Chicago Bears
11. Willie Jackson Wide Receiver Dallas Cowboys
12. Othello Henderson Defensive Back New Orleans Saints
13. Santo Stephens Linebacker Cincinnati Bengals
14. Darren Carrington Defensive Back San Diego Chargers
15. Michael Davis Defensive Back Houston Oilers
16. Dave Thomas Defensive Back Dallas Cowboys
17. Mazio Royster Running Back Tampa Bay Buccaneers
18. Le'Shai Maston Fullback Houston Oilers
19. Charles Davenport Wide Receiver Pittsburgh Steelers
20. Monty Grow Defensive Back Kansas City Chiefs
21. Marcus Wilson Running Back Green Bay Packers
22. Brant Boyer Linebacker Miami Dolphins
23. Harry Colon Defensive Back Detroit Lions
24. Derek Brown Tight End New York Giants
25. James Williams Linebacker New Orleans Saints
26. Eugene Chung Guard New England Patriots
27. Reggie Cobb Running Back Green Bay Packers
28. Desmond Howard Wide Receiver Washington Redskins
29. Kelvin Martin Wide Receiver Seattle Seahawks
30. Cedric Tillman Wide Receiver Denver Broncos
31. Rogerick Green Defensive Back Tampa Bay Buccaneers
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Personnel

Staff

Roster

Preseason

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Stadium Record Attendance
1 July 29 Carolina Panthers L 20–14 Fawcett Stadium 0–1
24,625
2 August 4 Miami Dolphins W 24–21 Joe Robbie Stadium 1–1
51,745
3 August 10 Detroit Lions L 19–3 Pontiac Silverdome 1–2
44,690
4 August 18 St. Louis Rams L 27–10 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 1–3
70,000
5 August 25 Denver Broncos W 23–17 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 2–3
66,023

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Regular season

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Stadium Record Attendance
1 September 3 Houston Oilers L 10–3 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 0–1
72,363
2 September 10 at Cincinnati Bengals L 24–17 Riverfront Stadium 0–2
48,318
3 September 17 at New York Jets L 27–10 Giants Stadium 0–3
49,970
4 September 24 Green Bay Packers L 24–14 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 0–4
66,744
5 October 1 at Houston Oilers W 17–16 Houston Astrodome 1–4
36,346
6 October 8 Pittsburgh Steelers W 20–16 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 2–4
72,042
7 October 15 Chicago Bears L 30–27 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 2–5
72,020
8 October 22 at Cleveland Browns W 23–15 Cleveland Stadium 3–5
64,405
9 October 29 at Pittsburgh Steelers L 24–7 Three Rivers Stadium 3–6
54,516
10 Bye
11 November 12 Seattle Seahawks L 47–30 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 3–7
71,290
12 November 19 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers L 17–16 Tampa Stadium 3–8
71,629
13 November 26 Cincinnati Bengals L 17–13 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 3–9
68,249
14 December 3 at Denver Broncos L 31–23 Mile High Stadium 3–10
72,231
15 December 10 Indianapolis Colts L 41–31 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 3–11
66,099
16 December 17 at Detroit Lions L 44–0 Pontiac Silverdome 3–12
70,204
17 December 24 Cleveland Browns W 24–21 Jacksonville Municipal Stadium 4–12
66,007

Standings

AFC Central
W L T PCT PF PA
Pittsburgh Steelers 11 5 0 .688 407 327
Cincinnati Bengals 7 9 0 .438 349 374
Houston Oilers 7 9 0 .438 348 324
Cleveland Browns 5 11 0 .313 289 356
Jacksonville Jaguars 4 12 0 .250 275 404

References

  • Jaguars on Pro Football Reference
  • Jaguars Schedule on jt-sw.com

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