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A closer look at 2011 opponents

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The Jaguars' opponents for 2011 are set and the list features six teams that qualified for the 2010 postseason: Baltimore, New Orleans, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, and New York Jets. Four of the six remain in the postseason after the first round.

In addition, the Jaguars will play 11 games against teams that finished .500 or better in 2010.  The Jaguars will face Cleveland for the third consecutive season.

2011 HOME GAMES

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2010 RECORD

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Baltimore Ravens*

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12-4

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Cincinnati Bengals

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4-12

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New Orleans Saints*

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11-5

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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10-6

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San Diego Chargers

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9-7

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Indianapolis Colts*

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10-6

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Houston Texans

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6-10

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Tennessee Titans

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6-10

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*advanced to postseason

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2011 AWAY GAMES

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2010 RECORD

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Cleveland Browns

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5-11

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Pittsburgh Steelers*

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12-4

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Atlanta Falcons*

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13-3

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Carolina Panthers

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2-14

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New York Jets*

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11-5

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Indianapolis Colts*

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10-6

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Houston Texans

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6-10

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Tennessee Titans

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6-10

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*advanced to postseason

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Looking back at 2010 schedule

The Jaguars played four games against 2010 playoff teams (Indianapolis twice, Philadelphia, Kansas City) and seven games against teams that finished .500 or better.

Three of the club's last five games were against AFC South opponents with all three coming on the road.  The Jaguars played only one game on the west coast in 2010, a 38-13 loss at San Diego in week two. 

The combined record of the Jaguars' 2010 regular season opponents was 116-140 (.453 pct.).

2010 OPPONENT (Record)

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DIVISION FINISH

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Denver (4-12)

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4th, AFC West

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San Diego (9-7)

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2nd, AFC West

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Philadelphia (10-6)*

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1st, NFC East

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Indianapolis (10-6)*

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1st, AFC South

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Buffalo (4-12)

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4th, AFC East

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Tennessee (6-10)

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4th, AFC South

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Kansas City (10-6)*

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1st, AFC West

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Dallas (6-10)

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3rd, NFC East

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Houston (6-10)

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3rd, AFC South

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Cleveland (5-11)

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3rd, AFC North

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New York Giants (10-6)

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2nd, NFC East

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Oakland (8-8)

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3rd, AFC West

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Washington (6-10)

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4th, NFC East

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*advanced to postseason

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