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This article probably feels familiar since the first installment just ran three weeks ago Youth Dede Westbrook Jersey , but we’re here to give you the most accurate and current information possible, so you remained informed. This is the Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts series history recap, round two. The two teams recently met in Indianapolis in Week 10, where the Colts held on for a victory (more on that later). The two teams have been going in opposite directions this season, as the Jaguars started strong, but have dropped seven straight games, while Indy started poorly, but has won its last five games. Let’s jump right back into it. Series historyAll-time regular season series record: Colts lead 23-12All-time postseason record: N/ALast Jaguars win: Dec. 3, 2017 (30-10)Last Colts win: Nov. 11, 2018 (29-26)Current Streak: Colts with a one-game winning streakBiggest Jaguars win: 51-16 (Dec. 13, 2015)Biggest Colts win: 43-14 (Sept. 25, 2000)Interesting takeaway: The Jaguars are just 7-10 all-time as the home team in the series, but have won the previous three home meetings, including as the designated “home” team in London in 2016. Quick thoughts: The Jaguars have defeated the Colts in four of the past six contests, but Indianapolis had won all six games prior to that. Looking at the full history, the Jags and Colts only met twice prior to the conference realignment in 2002. Indianapolis (AFC East), beat Jacksonville (AFC Central), in both of those contests. Then the Colts won the next three games while both teams began competition in the AFC South. Jacksonville finally got its first win against Indy in 2003, and another one the next season in 2004. The Colts hold a large advantage overall Youth Blake Bortles Jersey , but since 2011 the Colts have won eight and the Jaguars have won seven, so it’s been a lot more competitive as of late. Overall, the Colts have been a much more successful franchise with a 512-458-7 (about .530 winning percentage) all-time record compared to the Jaguars with anow 168-211 (.443) record. In less playoff games, the Jaguars have a slightly better record (7-7, .500) than the Colts (22-23, .489). Previous MatchupWinner: ColtsScore: 29-26Date: Nov. 11, 2018Location: Lucas Oil Stadium, IndianapolisTeam Stats: Jaguars — 324 passing yards, 91 rushing yards, 24 first downsColts — 285 passing yards, 81 rushing yards, 17 first downsQuick recap: This was a tale of two halves. The Colts hung 29 points on the Jaguars in the first half, and led by 13 at halftime. The Jaguars then shut out Indianapolis in the second half and doubled their score to make it 29-26 deep into the fourth quarter. The Jags had their chance to tie or take the lead late in the game and deep into Colts territory, but Rashad Greene Sr. fumbled the ball at the Indianapolis 24-yard line with about a minute-and-a-half to go. The Colts then kneeled out the clock. This was arguably Blake Bortles’ best performance of the season (besides maybe the the New England game), as he finished the game 26-38 for 320 yards with two touchdowns and zero picks — actually, Bortles often plays well against the Colts, but we obviously won’t see that this week. Winner: JaguarsScore: 30-10Date: Dec. 3, 2017Location: EverBank Field, JacksonvilleTeam Stats: Jaguars — 338 passing yards Womens Donte Moncrief Jersey , 96 rushing yards, 22 first downsColts — 174 passing yards, 141 rushing yards, 17 first downsQuick recap: Blake Bortles tends to beat up on the Colts, and he did so twice in 2017. On this particular day, Bortles completed 74 percent of passes for 309 yards, two touchdowns and zero turnovers. Leonard Fournette added a touchdown, and Josh Lambo tacked on a couple of field goals. A lot of wide receivers got involved with Marqise Lee securing seven catches for 86 yards and a touchdown, while Keelan Cole had 49 receiving yards and a score, and Dede Westbrook added six catches for 78 yards. The defense had a strong performance with four sacks and two interceptions. Brad Nortman even completed a pass. It was a great all-around performance — man, I miss 2017.Through the Decades1990s: Colts 1-0 (1995)2000-2010: Colts lead 14-52011-Present: Colts lead 8-7Quick thoughts: While the Colts dominated early, winning eight of the first 10 matchups overall, it is the Jaguars that have been making a comeback. The Colts held the advantage in the 1990s (granted, that was only one game in Jacksonville’s first year as a competing NFL franchise) and early 2000s, but Jacksonville has closed the gap. As mentioned earlier, the series is 8-7 Colts since 2011, and since 2008, Indy’s advantage is just 12-9. Indianapolis easily dominated from 2000 through 2010, which gives them the lopsided advantage in the series overall. Heading into the second meeting of 2018 Youth Telvin Smith Jersey , I have no idea what to expect. The Jaguars have fired offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett and benched Blake Bortles. Meanwhile Leonard Fournette is suspended for the game, Andrew Norwell was placed on IR and Jalen Ramsey may not play. I am not even sure how this team can compete this week, but the NFL is strange sometimes, and if the Colts are looking past the Jaguars (I doubt it) an upset can ensue. Does Jacksonville even stand a chance in this one? Let us know. As the Jacksonville Jaguars get ready to enter the final four games of their schedule tonight, let’s talk about how both sides of the ball did in the third quarter of the season.This was a stretch of four games where the defense played well enough to win three. The meltdown against the Indianapolis Colts was certainly a loss on them, but they carried the team to a near win against the Pittsburgh Steelers and a close victory in the rematch against the Indianapolis Colts. While there were certainly breakdowns against the Buffalo Bills, the team should have still won.We already graded the offense, now let’s grade the defense!Alfie Crow (@AlfieBCC)Polar opposite of the offense, the Jaguars defense has been good for the most part during this four game stretch. They blew coverages in the first half against the first Colts game, but after that played very good defense. Sure, Josh Allen had 100 scramble yards, but the defense still did more than enough to win the Steelers, Bills, and second Colts games.Grade: B+Ryan Day (@ryaneatscake)Let’s look at the four games on face value — the defense has played certainly well enough to win two of them, questionably well enough to win another, and was God awful in another. That’s just above average in my book.Grade: B-Jon Kirland (@BCBCouch)I’m glad the agents for Myles, Yan, and Jalen decided to take the quarter to remind them they’re in potential extension territory come February, because the three finally began playing the way we all thought they’d be playing all season. I thought they played the third quarter of the season so much better that it likely will save Todd Wash’s job. Shutting out the Colts and shutting down the Steelers for nearly an entire game Womens A. J. Cann Jersey , gives then an A. Collapsing against the Steelers at the end, and letting Josh Allen run for almost 100 yards in Buffalo and single-handedly win the game, brings the grade down.Grade: BRyan O’Bleness (@ryanobleness)The Jaguars defense has really returned to its dominating form these past few weeks. The team shut out Indianapolis last week, and played an incredible game against Pittsburgh in this stretch. The first game against the Colts was an embarrassment in the first half, but the defense clamped down and held Indy to zero points in the second half. The Buffalo Bills game was inexcusable, allowing rookie Josh Allen to beat them with his arm and legs, but for the most part I thought the defense really turned a corner in this last quarter beginning with the second half of the Colts game. The defensive unit is still very much one of the NFL’s best, but consistency has escaped the Jaguars this season. Grade: BBrian Fullford (@iambwf)The shutout of the Colts raises this grade. While I wrote the we should not expect the defense to be perfect every week, a few things cannot be ignored. The first half of the 29-26 loss to Colts was an abomination, highlighting how certain players should not be on the field. The fourth quarter of the Steelers game was soiled with penalties, and blown coverages. Letting Josh Allen put up all those rushing yards is inexcusable.The defense played one complete game this quarter. Well, if you combine the other three games it’s more like 2 and 3/4.Grade: CFilip Prus (@JaxonFil)And I feel like it’s trending upwards back to the “A” category here in this final quarter. They put up one of the all-time defensive performances in franchise history this past Sunday shutting out Andrew Luck for the first time in his collegiate or professional career. As good as that game was, however, they couldn’t get a stop on that crucial fourth quarter drive against the Steelers at home, had a slew of busted coverages to allow Eric Ebron to score at will in the first Colts match up, and really should have had some more splash plays against a rookie quarterback in Buffalo. With Ronnie Harrison now entrenched as the starter at strong safety, I’m optimistic moving forward and eager to see how they close this season up. Grade: B
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