Jaguars promote EverBank Field's new video boards

The Jacksonville Jaguars are upping the video board game.

The team is expected to unveil its new 362-feet wide video boards at EverBank Field on July 26 at a soccer friendly and Carrie Underwood concert, per The Florida Times Union.

In the meantime, the Jags are promoting the fact that their screens are the world's largest with a billboard at the I-95 and I-10 split in Jacksonville that takes a friendly jab at fellow NFL teams.

A local fan tweeted out a picture of the billboard, which points out it's bigger than the ones in Dallas and Houston.

The Jags billboard will dwarf the Cowboys' (160 feet) and Texans' (277 feet) in the ever-escalating battle for screen dominance.

The boards are part of the Jags' $63 million effort to entice fans to leave their couches on Sundays.

Testing of the board was apparently going on this weekend and a worker took a snapshot. It looks pretty, pretty, pretty awesome.

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