The Jacksonville Jaguars, in search of their first win of the season, travel to take on the Indianapolis Colts this weekend as a 1½-point underdog. The over/under for this game is 42 despite that the Jaguars are averaging 15 points per game and the Colts are a touchdown better at 22 points per game.
Jacksonville is hoping that they are improved with another week of practice from running back Maurice Jones-Drew. However, Rashad Jennings missed Wednesday's practice. Having both Jennings and Jones-Drew is something the Jaguars need if they are going to earn their first win of the year.
Both teams have young quarterbacks with the Colts starting rookie quarterback Andrew Luck, while the Jaguars are starting second-year signal caller Blaine Gabbert. Which quarterback makes less mistakes will likely lead their team to victory.
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