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Jaguars Vs. Colts 2012: First Half Game Thread

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With a win, the Jaguars would bounce back from back-to-back losses to open the season and instead jump to a tie for second in the AFC South. With a loss, they would stay in the division and league cellar with any hope for a salvaged 2012 season continuing to slim.

Make no mistake, the Week 3 matchup against the Colts is a big one for the Jaguars and provides a strong litmus test to the actual strength of this Jaguars team. Going against a team that earned the No. 1 overall selection after a terrible, 2-14 season, it would represent a much more significant regression if the Jaguars' offensive woes were to continue against a Colts defense that really isn't very good.

Check out previous game coverage for more on today's game

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- With Cameron Bradfield and Eben Britton both declared inactive for the game, it will again be Guy Whimper starting at right tackle. However, it will be Mike Brewster starting at left guard in replacement of Herb Taylor.

- Derek Cox is active and will start for the Jaguars while, Rashean Mathis earned the starting corner spot over Aaron Ross on the other side. UPDATE: William Middleton will start with Mathis.

- Austin Collie is active for the Colts, but will not start as Donnie Avery will take his spot in the starting lineup.

Click after the jump for the inactives for Sunday's game.


Rashad Jennings
Daryl Smith
Eben Britton
Cam Bradfield
George Selvie
Austen Lane
Jeris Pendleton


Chandler Harnish
Josh Gordy
Delone Carter
Pat Angerer
Bradley Sowell
Joe Reitz
Dwight Freeney