Jacksonville Jaguars struggles don’t end in these AFC South rankings

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46. . 5-3. . Indianapolis Colts. 2. team

It will be a while before we see the Jacksonville Jaguars here.

The Indianapolis Colts have plenty of talent on defense. Denico Autry has stepped up at defensive end and is leading the team with five sacks. All-Pro linebacker Darius Leonard is playing at a high level after having a down year in 2019.

Meanwhile, DeForest Buckner and Justin Houston make have become key cogs in the team’s defensive line rotation, so why are the Colts currently 5-3? They need a quarterback. Philip Rivers is not the solution at quarterback and his erratic play has hindered the team at times. The Colts will likely go back to the drawing board in the offseason and look for a long-term solution at the quarterback position.

6-2. . Tennessee Titans. 1. team. 35.

The Tennesse Titans beat the Chicago Bears in Week 9 after losing two games in a row. This week, they will take on the Colts. This will be an interesting matchup as the Titans have scored the seventh-most points in 2020 and the Colts have the third-best defense in the league.

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Titans running back Derrick Henry is second in the league with 843 rushing yards and has scored eight touchdowns. Furthermore, he holds the record for the longest run this season, a 94-yard touchdown against the Texans in Week 6. Whoever ends up winning the game will lead the AFC South.