Jaguars looking to save season, coach with victory in London

Jaguars looking to save season, coach with victory in London

Jaguars looking to save season, coach with victory in London

The Colts certainly remember past year in Jacksonville.

Andrew Luck is 17-2 against AFC South opponents in his career, but he hasn't played against a division foe since rallying for a fourth-quarter victory in Tennessee last September. After its Week 5 bye, Jacksonville travels to Chicago to take on the Bears in Week 6.

Indianapolis has won 10 of the 15 games played at the Jaguars' EverBank Stadium.

Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Julius Thomas and defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. missed their second consecutive practice Thursday, and will both be game-time decisions Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, head coach Gus Bradley announced. With Chris Ivory back in the lineup and Brandon Linder and Kelvin Beachum expected to return to the offensive line, the Jaguars should be able to run the ball. When asked about how the two rookies were getting on, Miller told us that "those guys have stepped in and contributed right away, whether it's on special teams or just making guys compete harder".

However, the Colts permitted only 37 rushing yards in last week's win over the Chargers.

This week the Indy offense faces a Jacksonville defense that ranks eighth in yards allowed per game, but surrenders five yards per play, allows 28 points per game, and has just six sacks in the first three weeks. "So when we did move back, it felt natural". Jacksonville needs to win this match as they have been losing each of the previous games against excellent teams such as the San Diego, Baltimore. On Sunday night, NBC will televise the Kansas City Chiefs-Pittsburgh Steelers game at 7:30. He gave pupils free tickets to the sold-out NFL International Series game as part of the Jaguars' programme to reward positive behaviour at two schools, Dunraven and Fulham Enterprise Studio.

Quarterback Andrew Luck (right shoulder) again was limited, but that has yet to affect his play on game day. The secondary hasn't been all bad as it held Rodgers to less than 200 yards and Flacco to 214. But that was last year, and it's a new year.

-Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles vs. Indianapolis defense.

Primary slot cornerback Darius Butler is still nursing a hamstring injury picked up in the opening day defeat to the Detroit Lions, and Pagano ruled him out of action for Wembley. Vontae Davis returned from a monthlong ankle injury in last week's 26-22 win over the San Diego Chargers. Around the league the Jaguars reputation is that of a young, undisciplined team on the field. Throwing more interceptions than touchdown passes so far this season is unacceptable from Bortles.

It's also the full-time home of England's national soccer team. However, DE Jared Odrick and TE Ben Koyack are out. On their charter flight across the pond, veterans and other key players got the comforts of first class, many others the relative discomfort of sleeping on three economy-class cushions. Offensive line coach Joe Philbin has been part of teams that have played over here, as has Colts vice president of operations Jimmy Raye.

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