After 28 seasons in Jacksonville, the Jaguars might soon be looking for a new home, but only temporarily.
Last week, the team unveiled a $1.4 billion renovation plan for TIAA Bank Field, which has been the Jags' home stadium since their inaugural season in 1995. Right now, the plan seems to have two big problems: The first one is that no one knows who's going to foot the bill. If they solve the first problem, then the second problem is that the Jaguars might have to leave Jacksonville while the renovations are happening.
The facelift is expected to be so extensive that the the Jags will likely have to leave TIAA Bank Field for up to two years once the renovation starts. That likely wouldn't happen until after the 2025 season at the earliest, according to VenueNow.com, which means the Jags have roughly two years to figure something out.
So where should the Jags head if they have to move? We decided to rank the options they're currently considering.
If the Jags head down south to Daytona, they would play their games at Daytona International Speedway, and let me just say, this is their top option and it's not even close. If you're wondering what this would look like, all you have to do is go back in time seven years. Back in 2016, a college game was played at Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee and was a huge success.