The Jacksonville Jaguars come off a bye in which we saw two other AFC South teams win, which puts a ton of pressure on the 3-5 Jaguars if they want to make any kind of run at the playoffs. It feels like during the losing streak every game is a “must win”, but on Sunday a loss could mean that the season is completely over falling to 3-6.
As such, the Jaguars head to Indianapolis to take on the Colts as the three point underdog, which isn’t all too surprising given how both teams are playing. The Colts’ offense in particular has started to get going, and albeit against a bad Oakland Raiders team, has been putting up some numbers.
Unfortunately, the Jaguars offense has not done that, and while they improved somewhat against the Philadelphia Eagles in London, it still left a lot to be desired. The good news is that the Colts defense is still bad and the Jaguars could get back Leonard Fournette this week, who was a full go at practice on Monday. This could be a “get right” week for the Jaguars offense to maybe get things going before they collide with a red hot Pittsburgh Steelers team next week.