Prowling The Web: Jaguars limping into game with Colts


The Jacksonville Jaguars have more injuries than they know what to do with and they will be limping into the game against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 4. That and more coverage as we prowl the web.

Full game preview: Jacksonville Jaguars vs Indianapolis Colts – Bleacher Report

"Through his first three starts of 2015, he’s totaled 698 yards, a 53.8 completion rating, five touchdowns, three picks and 78.3 rating. That’s not drastically better, but the cutdown on picks and rise in touchdowns shows what his improvement brings to the offense.Week 4 will be another good test for Bortles. The Colts defense has looked leaky as of late, allowing 26.7 points per game, and that may give Bortles a chance to shine in a big game for the Jaguars."

Open Locker Room: Moving forward – Jacksonville Jaguars team site

"Not only are the Colts and Jaguars 1-2 three games into the 2015 season, the Houston Texans and Tennessee Titans share the same record. That means the winner of Sunday’s Colts-Jaguars game will be in no worse than a tie for first place in the AFC South Sunday night.“That’s really what it is,” Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis said. “If we come in here talking, ‘We’ve got to do this,’ or we’ve got to do that,’ then you lose focus on doing your job as opposed to just focusing on doing things you’ve been trained to do and do them well.”Said Bortles, “We take every game with the same approach, but when you get inside your division and start division play, the ante gets upped a little bit. They mean a little more. No game is more important than the other, but it is a divisional game and we understand that.”"

Jaguars’ secondary limping into Colts game – Fox Sports

"Three of the Jacksonville’s defensive backs were hurt in last Sunday’s 51-17 loss to New England and, as ESPN’s Mike DiRocco points out the team may be without as many as five members of the secondary this week against the Colts.Safety Josh Evans sprained his MCL against the Patriots and is considered day-to-day. Fellow safety Sergio Brown suffered a calf strain, while cornerback Davon House sprained his lower leg, leaving their status for this week up in the air as well."

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