Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars: Watch Live Stream Online for Free; Preview
Andrew Luck will try to help the Indianapolis Colts match last season's win total today when the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars try to rebound from one of the worst performances in team history. The game will be broadcast on TV, but you can watch it for free via live stream here.
Luck impressed last week in the win over Minnesota, particularly in marching the offense down the field with 30 seconds to go to put Adam Vinatieri in place to kick the winning field goal, could the luck continue? With season numbers so far of 533 yards, 3 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, with a 75.2 passer rating, he's shown he is everything the hype said he would be.
But there are other stories at the game. Former Colt great Edgerrin James will be inducted into the Colts Ring of Honor in a special halftime ceremony during intermission. Every Colts fan knows how crucial Edge was to the teams success in the early Peyton Manning years. During his time with the Colts, James rushed for over 9,200 yards, scored 56 touchdowns, caught 356 passes with an additional 11 touchdowns, and was one of the best pass blockers on the team.
The Jaguars will face a Colts defense that could be without Dwight Freeney for a second consecutive week due to his injured ankle. He's still listed day to day.
Fellow star pass rusher Robert Mathis, who along with Freeney has moved from defensive end to linebacker as part of the Colts' new 3-4 scheme, has stepped up with a team-high three sacks. Plus, Indianapolis has done a respectable job against the run, holding Chicago's Matt Forte and Minnesota's Vincent Chase to a combined 140 yards.
The Colts wil also have to watch out for the Jag's blitz. Protecting Luck is a priority, since dude has already been sacked five times in two games. You wouldn't want your number one overall pick to get hurt now, right?
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