'NFL Has No Business Being in Jacksonville': Times are tough for the Jacksonville Jaguars, both on and off the field. The 0-2 team drew 46,520 fans for the home opener Sunday, almost 20,000 below capacity, and most of them were long gone by the final play of the game the Arizona Cardinals led 31-3 before two late Jag TDs. Local columnist Gene Frenette said the TV blackout was a blessing. Dan Wetzel of Yahoo Sports writes, "Jacksonville as a viable professional sports market isn't going to end well. Not enough people live in Jacksonville to support a big NFL franchise through thick and thin."