The Jacksonville Jaguars host the Ravens on Monday Night Football. And that’s a sufficiently big stage to sell out EverBank Field.
According to Francine King of the Florida Times-Union, the Jaguars need to sell roughly 3,000 non-premium tickets in order to avoid a local blackout of the game. The Jaguars have sold out all regular-season games since the completion of the 2009 season.
For a nationally-televised game, it’s likely that the Jags will find a way, perhaps by partnering with a sponsor, to move the remaining tickets, especially since the team can buy those tickets by paying 34 cents on the dollar.