The Falcons and Jaguars will face off for one more preseason tune-up before the real fun begins.
Jacksonville should be as ready as anyone for the regular season, as it was one of two teams (along with the Raiders) who played four preseason games instead of three as a result of competing in the Hall of Fame game.
The Jaguars have not been shy about letting their starters get some playing time, as starting quarterback Trevor Lawrence has played in two of their three preseason games so far. Lawrence has been solid, completing 60.6 percent of his passes with 228 yards, one touchdown and zero interceptions.
Travis Etienne Jr., who suffered a season-ending foot injury in the preseason as a rookie last year, has also gotten some reps in this year's exhibitions. The former first-round pick has carried the ball 17 times for 52 yards (8.5 YPC) over two games as he settles into Jacksonville's RB1 role.
As for the Falcons, they have begun to prepare for new starting quarterback Marcus Mariota to take the reins. Mariota has started both of their preseason games but has only played limited reps as he looks to return to solidified QB1 status.
Fantasy owners will want to keep an eye on rookie wide receiver Drake London, who had one catch for 24 yards in his NFL debut against the Lions.
What channel is Falcons vs. Jaguars on today?
Local TV channel: WAGA (Atlanta), WFOR (Jacksonville)
National TV channel: NFL Network
Live stream: fuboTV, NFL+ (U.S.) | DAZN (Canada)
You can tune in to Falcons vs. Jaguars on NFL Network on national TV, or on NFL+ as a streaming option. fuboTV will also carry the game, and offers a free trial.
Viewers in Canada can watch the game exclusively on DAZN with a subscription.
Falcons vs. Jaguars start time
Date: Saturday, Aug. 28
Time: 8 p.m. ET
The Falcons will host the Jaguars at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta for their preseason finale
Jaguars vs. Falcons Stream
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Jaguars’ next Game and Schedule
This is the Jaguars’ last game of the preseason. They will take a short break and will face off against the Washington Commanders in Week 1 of the 2022 NFL regular season on September 11.