Jaguars vs Colts

Jaguars vs Colts

There wasn't a lot to be playful about after the Jaguars were mortified for the second back to back game by an AFC South rival, this time by the Indianapolis Colts. 

The great, awful and for the most part appalling from the Jaguars' 33-13 misfortune Sunday to the Indianapolis Colts. 

Up: Positive beginning. The Jaguars held onto just their second 7-0 lead of the period when Nick Foles associated with DJ Chark for a 34-yard touchdown pass on the subsequent arrangement. Lamentably, the early energy disappeared rapidly. 

Down: Run safeguard. It's one thing to permit one back to top the 100-yard surging imprint, yet the Jaguars permitted two of them without precedent for establishment history. Starter Marlon Mack went for 109 yards on 14 conveys before he had to leave with hand damage in the second from last quarter. Reinforcement Jonathan Williams, who made them surge yard all season, included 116 yards 13 conveys. The Colts completed with 266 hurrying yards. 

Down: Awful handling. It was an indication of things to come when Mack had runs of 13, 16 and 13 yards on the Colts' first scoring drive, topped by a TD run where Tre Herndon and linebacker Najee Goode both botched opportunities to cut him down. Indy had a surprising eight runs of 13 or more yards. 

Up: One great handle. It resembled the Colts were going to change over a third-and-2 on a go to Eric Ebron in the red zone, yet cornerback A.J. Bouye took on the tight end and dropped him for no addition. It constrained Indianapolis to make due with a 34-yard Adam Vinatieri field objective and a 10-7 lead. 

Down: Myles Jack. The fourth-year linebacker marked a $57 million agreement season seven days before the season and it's not paying off. Despite the fact that Jack had a game-high nine handles, the game tape will show he again and again whiffed on handles, including one that prompted a 16-yard run by Mack on a game-tying TD drive. He additionally neglected to cut down Nyheim Hines on a checkdown pass that went for 19 yards. 

Down: Play-calling. There was no greater head-scratcher than the Jaguars asking Nick Foles to endeavor 47 passes and just running the ball an establishment record low multiple times. The Jaguars trailed by only 10-7 at halftime, so there was no motivation to relinquish the run so early. Leonard Fournette conveying the ball multiple times is simply ludicrous. Hostile facilitator John DeFilippo, with the endorsement of lead trainer Doug Marrone, miscounted gravely with that run-pass proportion. 

Down: Weird challenge. Marrone shockingly tossed a warning on a first down in the subsequent quarter, accepting collector DJ Chark ought to have drawn a pass obstruction punishment against cornerback Rock Ya-Sin on a profound ball toss. NFL authorities have been hesitant to upset non-impedance calls and this was the same. It cost the Jaguars a break that they could have utilized on the last first-half belonging. 

Down: Missed opportunity. Guarded end Yannick Ngakoue strip-sacked Colts' QB Jacoby Brissett, allowing the Jaguars to get the show on the road at the Indy 23 and trailing 10-7. Be that as it may, cautious handle Taven Bryan neglected to get the bumble, permitting Colts' lineman Mark Glowinski to fall on it with 1:40 left in the subsequent quarter. 

Down: Third-and-19. On the game's most significant drive to open the subsequent a large portion of, the Jaguars ought to have had a stop after Colts tight end Jack Doyle was hailed for hostile pass obstruction. That left Indy in third-and-19 and apparently prepared to punt. Be that as it may, a third-and-19 swing go to running back Hines was changed over into a first down in light of the fact that he went immaculate for a 31-yard gain. 

Down: AFC special case position. A success would have vaulted the Jaguars into a four-route tie at 5-5, only one game behind the second AFC trump card group, the Oakland Raiders. However, getting directed by the Colts makes a way to the postseason unmistakably increasingly troublesome, leaving the Jaguars two full games behind the Raiders, the Colts and

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