The Jaguars are on TV in Jacksonville again.
The blackout has been lifted for Sunday’s game with the Texans and the game will be on local television, the Jaguars announced today.
That doesn’t mean the game has actually been sold out. It likely means the Jaguars bought back some of their own tickets at 34 percent of the face value, as teams are allowed to do to get the blackout lifted. The team previously confirmed that 6,000 tickets have been donated to members of the military.
Whether the Jaguars are viable in Jacksonville in the long run is open to debate, but so far this year they’ve done enough to get themselves on local TV every week.