Cam Robinson sprains ankle in Jacksonville Jaguars’ win over Indianapolis Colts - ESPN.com
Jaguars rookie left tackle Cam Robinson sprained his left ankle on the second offensive play of Jacksonville's 27-0 victory against the Colts on Sunday and did not return.
Robinson spent several minutes down on the field before being helped to the sideline, where he sat on the bench with a towel over his head before being taken into the locker room. The team ruled him out early in the third quarter.
9 Jacksonville Jaguars players who stood out against the Indianapolis Colts - BigCatCountry.com
The Jacksonville Jaguars just shut out the Indianapolis Colts for their first blanking of a team since 2006 to go 4-3 into the bye, the first time they’ve had a winning record during their bye week since 2007.
It feels good, man. Really good. And there were a lot of players responsible on both sides of the ball. Who were they?
Blake Bortles very efficient in win over Indianapolis Colts - FirstCoastNews.com
The Jaguars played a nearly perfect game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday.
Jacksonville's defense produced its first shutout since 2006 and collected a franchise record-tying 10 sacks. The Jaguars' offense put up over 500 total yards and created several big plays on the ground and in the air.
“London’s team” are finally showing they’re an NFL force - TheGuardian.com
If the Jacksonville Jaguars are indeed London’s NFL franchise then how strange is it for the capital to possibly have an NFL playoff team?
After years of failed attempts to win more than five games in a season, the Jags – long tipped for a move from Florida to the UK – sit at 4-3, tied for first place in the AFC South and are a legitimate threat to be playing in the post-season. And who would have figured this?