After a tremendous-historical performance by Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts look to keep their momentum going as they visit the division rivals, Jacksonville Jaguars, this Thursday at 8:02 PM ET at EverBank Field
The Jaguars have yet to win at home; in fact, their only win this season was visiting the Colts in week 3. Jacksonville was smashed by the Lions during the weekend.
“Come on, that was a pathetic for an offense to have 12 plays in the first half and be 0 for 4 on third downs,” quarterback Blaine Gabbert said. “We can’t afford to shoot ourselves in the foot or else it’s going to be a poor showing like that”.
“It hurts. I’m tired of this,” Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis said. “There’s nobody to point a finger at because we’re all in this together, and together we’re going to have to find a way to win ball games, period. There’s nothing else left to it. … One of these days we’re going to put it all together and get it done and get it done again and get it done again. That’s what keeps us hungry. And whoever is not with that, go home. Don’t come back”.
The Colts beat the Dolphins with a record setting performance by Luck; he threw 433 yards and two touchdowns in an incredible performance.
“His presence is felt every day in the facility,” Luck said about his coach Chuck Pagano. “But to see him in the flesh, in the locker room, to hear him speak I think gave all the guys a boost”.
“The kid, he continues to amaze,” said Reggie Wayne. “Hopefully I can help, you know, add on to his legacy that he’s about to build”.
Indianapolis is -3 point favorites but they are is 1-4 ATS in its last 5 games when playing Jacksonville.