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Game Day guide for Saturday’s Jaguars vs. Titans showdown

"It was always the Jags!" the saying made popular by Jags safety Andrew Wingard, has become the rallying cry for the team and the fans.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars are set to take on the Tennessee Titans for a chance to win a spot in the Playoffs and claim the AFC South Division Championship. If the Jaguars win on Saturday, it will be the first time the team enters the post-season since 2017.

ESPN 690 will have pre-game coverage beginning at 4 PM and a post-game recap.

Kick-off begins at 8:15 PM on Saturday at the TIAA Bank Field.

Here’s what you need to know about Game Day:

Game Day Giveaways:

- The first 60 thousand fans to enter the gates will receive a teal rally towel with the phrase, “It was always the Jags,” inscribed on it.

- Fan appreciation will be shown by three full-section prize giveaways, in addition to the First DUUUVAL being delivered by Tyler Derby, the 2022 Jaguars Fan of The Year, before the National Anthem.

Timeline of Events at TIAA Bank Field:

4 p.m. All parking lots open

4 p.m. Media Will Call opens near Gate 1

5 p.m. Fan Entertainment Zone opens (south end zone between Gates 1 and 4)

5:15 p.m. Game day ticket office opens (north end zone between Gates 2 and 3)

6 p.m. All stadium gates open

7:35 p.m. Team warmups begin

7:58 p.m. Jaguars drumline performance

8 p.m. Performance by THE ROAR

8:01 p.m. Jaxson De Ville aerial stunt

8:03 p.m. First DUUUVAL delivered by Tyler Derby, 2022 Fan of the Year

8:06 p.m. Jaguars defensive player introductions

8:10 p.m. National Anthem

8:15 p.m. Kickoff

Stadium Policy Reminders:

- The NFL bag policy is in effect inside the stadium. Clear bags should be no bigger than 12 inches by 6 inches, and non-clear bags need to be 4.5 inches by 6.5 inches.

- Mobile Tickets: Fans should download their tickets and have it ready to be scanned at the entrances. You can also download the Official Jaguars Mobile App.

- Cash Policy: All transactions are cashless inside the stadium. Customers can use payment options including JagsPay, Apple, Google or Samsung Pay, in addition to debit and credit cards.

- Smoking Policy: TIAA Bank Field is a smoke-free facility and all tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, are not allowed. Guest re-entry will not be permitted.

Transportation options:

There are several transportation options available for you to take advantage of. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office is expecting more than 70,000 people to be in the Sports Complex area Saturday for the Jags game and for the Icemen game at Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena. We’re told the traffic patterns for this game will remain the same as the last few games. There are several options you have if you don’t want to drive around the stadium, including the St. Johns River taxi, and JTA Gameday Xpress.

If you plan to park the Jaguars say you will need a valid parking pass to enter the parking lots operated by the team and ASM. Vehicles not displaying a valid parking pass will be towed at the owner’s expense.

There are other parking options available near the stadium like the Sports Complex Garage, The Jacksonville Fairgrounds and the Tailgaters Parking Lot.

-Sports Complex Garage Passes can be purchased on a single-game basis here. The garage is located near the Vystar Veterans Memorial Arena. Please note that tailgating is prohibited in this garage.

-The Jacksonville Fairgrounds, located on the west side of the stadium, can be reached at (904) 353-0535 or www.jacksonvillefair.com.

-For information on the Tailgaters Parking Lot on the east side of the stadium, please call (904) 353-1126 or visit www.tailgatersparking.com.

Halftime Celebration:

Saturday’s game not only marks the 30th home prime-time game, but also the last home game of the season. To celebrate the season and light up Jacksonville, fireworks will be on display for the Halftime celebration.

For more information about game day procedures click here.

Sheifalika Bhatnagar

Sheifalika Bhatnagar, News 104.5 WOKV

Sheifalika Bhatnagar is WOKV's morning traffic and news reporter. She is a University of North Florida graduate with a degree in Communication, focused on Multimedia Production and Journalism.

Steven Ponson

Steven Ponson, News 104.5 WOKV

Steven Ponson is the Co-Anchor of Jacksonville's Morning News. He has been with Cox Media Group since the summer of 2015, and with WOKV since mid-2017.

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