Jaguars 2012 Schedule Set; Jags Will Play One Prime Time Game

The Jacksonville Jaguars 2012 NFL schedule was released on Tuesday evening, along with the rest of the NFL's. The Jaguars received three total primetime games last season, but all three were really duds as far as ratings and entertainment wise. The Jaguars went just 1-2 in primetime last season, beating the Baltimore Ravens in a game of field goals and defense.

After a 5-11 season, the Jaguars have gotten just one primetime game for the 2012 season, which should come as no surprise. With the opening up of the Thursday Night schedule, every team in the NFL will get at least one primetime game, and the Jaguars will have one on Thursday Night.

In what's become kind of a staple for the Jaguars in primetime, they will take on the Indianapolis Colts on November 8 on NFL Network. The Jaguars have played the Colts in primetime a handful of times over the past few seasons. The team will presumably take on the No. 1 pick, who most expect to be Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck.

For more on the 2012 NFL Schedule and the Jacksonville Jaguars, visit SB Nation's Jaguars blog Big Cat Country. For more on the NFL and the rest of the leagues schedule visit SB Nation's dedicated NFL hub.

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