After a Monday Night win against the Indianapolis Colts, the San Diego Chargers will travel to Jacksonville to take on the Jaguars, who will be looking for their first win of the season. Jaguars tickets for this game are averaging $41 on the secondary market, 35% below the average Jaguars home game this season and making it the cheapest game of Week 7. The $41 average is also 67% below the average price of Chargers tickets for their road games in 2013. With prices down 44% this week and a get-in price of just $5 bucks, there should be plenty of deals available from now right up until kickoff on Sunday afternoon for any Chargers fans in the area.
Chad Henne will once again be starting at quarterback for the Jaguars. Though both are 0-3 as starters, Henne has been significantly better than Blaine Gabbert at quarterback. Henne has the edge in completion percentage, touchdown rate, interception rate, yards per attempt and sack rate. Jacksonville was able to hang with the Denver Broncos last week for much longer than many people expected. The Jaguars, however, have yet to finish a game within 10 points of an opponent. A positive note for Jacksonville was Justin Blackmon’s 14 receptions for 190 yards against Denver. Blackmon will have to have another big game as other receiver Cecil Shorts is doubtful for the game with a shoulder injury.
The Chargers surprisingly held the Colts to just three field goals after not allowing less than 20 points in any other game this season. San Diego could have similar success against Jacksonville’s struggling offense, or this could be the game the Jaguars can breakout offensively against the Chargers secondary that hasn’t had much success stopping the pass this season.