The Colts played the Jacksonville Jaguars twice last year. In both games the Colts won by a margin of over 20 points. It’s likely the two games this season will fall the same way.
Keep an eye out for the continued development of Jaguars’ Blake Bortles as he plays with new receivers. Last year’s draft pick Marqise Lee strained his hamstring and is likely to be out for the first few games of this season. The Jaguars were in prime draft position this year because of their terrible record in 2014. Unfortunately, their first-round draft pick, Dante Fowler Jr. was injured in his first NFL practice. He will miss the 2015 season. And, WR Justin Blackmon is unlikely to return after his lengthily suspension. Therefore, the Jaguars are therefore left in a bit of a lurch.
They are in the unenviable position of lacking on both sides of the ball. The Colts will most likely dominate this game, as they have previously. Though, it will offer an opportunity for the Colts to get a sense of position players. The Colts will have space to explore different combinations and plays because the Colts players won’t be outmatched.
It will be exciting to see how many great plays the Colts will be able to make against Jacksonville’s. You have to be there to see all the great moments live. In week four, the Indianapolis Colts play the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, October 4th at 1:00 p.m in Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis Colts tickets are available for that game and for the best pre-game celebration – the VIP Colts Tailgate party.