3. The Colts have been plagued by injuries in the secondary. Are they going to be healthier this week and is it an area the Jaguars can exploit?
"Well the Jags exploited the hell out of it in Jacksonville last season, but it looks like an overall better unit in 2016. Vontae Davis has a game under his belt, and while he looked a bit out of shape last week his conditioning should improve this week. The same can be said for safety Clayton Geathers who is emerging as a playmaker for the Colts in the secondary. They’ll also have Patrick Robinson on the field, which means there’s no more Greg Toler to viciously exploit. All of the sudden the Colts secondary is looking like a unit of strength which would be great if the linebacking corps weren’t so painfully bad in coverage. If you want an area to exploit, it’s everything underneath with crossing routes and quick slants."
Vontae Davis is another high level cornerback that should be locked on to Allen Robinson all game, so it’s paramount for the pro bowl receiver to show he’s one of the best in the league. Robinson has been forced the ball plenty over the last few weeks, but he also needs to do a better job of consistently getting separation.
Even though the Colts defense is getting healthier, the Jaguars should be able to score points. That doesn’t mean they will, but this isn’t a high level defense and the Jaguars need to get some rhythm on offense to have a chance in this one.
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