jacksonville, florida – Gameday is fast approaching and Jaguars fans, especially Chad Covert, are gearing up for Saturday’s matchup against the Tennessee Titans.
Covert has been a fan of the Jags since the day Jacksonville acquired the football team, but he took his fandom to the next level last year.
Covert has an entire room in his house decorated with Jaguar memorabilia.
“We nicknamed it ‘Chadillac’s Tavern,'” Covert said. “I enjoy being a fan. I love it. I wouldn’t trade it for the world.”
Some pieces can be found online, but others have their own story, like the custom Trevor Lawrence flag that stands in downtown Jacksonville.
If there was one story that stood out for Covert, it was the first time he sat down and watched Lawrence play for Clemson.
“When I saw him play against Alabama and saw him surgically chop up Nick Saban’s defensive team for the first time, I was like, ‘Wow, that guy is real,'” Covert said. rice field. Hopefully we get a Hall of Fame quarterback in the future. ”
With this kind of superfandom, you might wonder if it’s even possible to have a favorite player, but for Covert the answer is simple.
“It was our first No. 1 overall pick and is now in the Hall of Fame,” he said. “Good Christian, good to Jaguars, good to the community. So I have to say Tony Boselli.”
As Covert completes Chadillac’s Tavern, he begins opening up the game to more people to watch.
Chad has the ultimate sweet environment at home, but he said he couldn’t afford to miss Saturday’s game in person.
He will be one of the tens of thousands of fans cheering for the Jaggs at TIAA Bankfield.
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