Compared with their first meeting, the Jaguars offense looks drastically different. They've stopped shufflng around their offensive line and settled on their starting five, Blake Bortles is the unquestioned starter at quarterback going forward, and running back Denard Robinson has fully taken the reins from "bell-cow back" Toby Gerhart.
The defense, however, has some holes. Alan Ball and Will Blackmon, two of their top three cornerbacks, are on injured reserve, and Demetrius McCray is outperforming second-year player Dwayne Gratz. And Paul Posluszny's season-ending injury has forced the coaching staff to experiment with different linebacking combinations.
Earlier in the season, T.Y. Hilton was the player I chose, but wide receiver isn't as pressing a need as other positions right now.
Which Colts player would you take for the Jaguars?
In the two weeks leading up to the bye week, the Jaguars secondary suffered at the hands of A.J. Green, Mohamed Sanu, and Dez Bryant. I want a shutdown cornerback and Vontae Davis has played as well as anyone else in the league this year.
A first-round pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, Davis leads the league in only allowing 45.1% of receptions thrown to him, and has given up just 280 yards and zero touchdowns through the air.
Who would you pick?