Tied for first place in the AFC South, the Jacksonville Jaguars face the Indianapolis Colts with a chance to go into the bye on a high note.
Win-loss. Win-loss. Win-loss.
As the Jacksonville Jaguars approach their 7th game, will the cycle continue?
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The Jaguars are a hard team to pin down. They dominate the teams people expect them to lose to, then they look pathetic in games where folks expect them to win.
It’s clear where the inconsistency is coming from (the quarterback), and the Jaguars have little margin for error as they try to diminish the impact of their signal-caller and let the rest of their talented roster take control.
Last week against the Los Angeles Rams, the Jaguars spotted their opponent 17 points for free and that’s something this team is not equipped to overcome.
The Jaguars have their formula for winning and there aren’t many degrees of freedom in there: play sound, mistake-free football and let the defense and running game smother the other team.
This week, the Jaguars have yet another eminently winnable game in front of them. The Indianapolis Colts are still without star quarterback Andrew Luck and the rest of their roster is arguably the worst in the league. They somehow have two wins, but they don’t have anyone outside of T.Y. Hilton that should scare the Jaguars.
So what’s going to happen this week? Will the Jaguars finally take care of business and win a game they are favored in? Or will they continue losing to undermanned squads? Click ahead to read my notorious, always correct predictions for week 7: