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4-6, 4th in AFC South

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars C Brandon Linder (shoulder), TE Seth DeValve (oblique), DL Calais Campbell (back) not expected to practice on Wednesday. Other notable players on the pre-practice injury report that are expected to practice in some capacity: WR DJ Chark (hamstring), WR Chris Conley (hamstring), CB D.J. Hayden (wrist/hip), LT Cam Robinson (knee).

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Double team rate as an edge rusher (x) by pass rush win rate as an edge rusher (y). Robert Quinn, Myles Garrett, Jadeveon Clowney, DeMarcus Lawrence and Za'Darius Smith stand out for their ability to consistently win despite being double-teamed frequently. Pass rush win rate is the rate at which a defender beats his pass blocker within 2.5 seconds of the snap. It is an ESPN metric that uses NFL Next Gen Stats data.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars have given up more than 200 yards rushing three times this season, the second time in franchise history that has happened (2012). The Jaguars are 1-23 in games in which they've allowed 200 or more yards rushing with the only victory coming against Pittsburgh in 1998. The Jaguars have never allowed four teams to rush for 200 or more yards in a season. Up next is Tennessee, which has run for 200-plus five times against the Jaguars, including three of the last four years.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars QB Nick Foles on the leadership that is needed after today's loss: "I think the big thing is don't press. I think it's easy to press in this situation and think the sky's falling, the world is over. It's not. We're blessed to play a game. The big thing for guys right now is go home. You've got family at home. You have a wife. Go love her. Go be with her. If you have kids go be with your kids. ... We are 4-6. That is the situation. But we can't win six games at once."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone on giving up 264 yards and managing only 29 yards on nine carries: "We got outplayed up front physically on both sides. We've got to do a better job and see if we can put our guys in better position and get better at it. Like I said, it's performance so it goes back to me. I've got to do a better job of getting these guys ready to play on Sunday."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars DE Calais Campbell on giving up 264 yards rushing, which includes 116 by Jonathan Williams -- who, by the way, had just 1 yard rushing before today: "We understand that when we stop the run we're a tough team to beat. But when teams run like they ran today, we're going to lose. No ifs, ands or buts about it. We can't let them run like they did today and expect to win ballgames. I don't care who you are in this league. You give up, I'm sure it was over 200 yards, you're going to lose."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Another big issue for the Jaguars is their run defense: The Colts have 111 yards and are averaging 7.4 yards per rush. It looks a lot like the Carolina game because the Jaguars are getting move out of their gaps or flat missing. Add in tackling issues and the Colts have controlled the game.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Foles looked good early in his first game back but showed some rust later in the half and made a mistake that cost the Jaguars a chance to potentially tie the game. Foles hit 5 of his first 6 throws for 72 yards and a TD but after that threw for 54 yards and an interception. The interception, which came with less than a minute to play, was the result of an underthrown pass into double coverage. Foles underthrew several passes as he tries to get his timing down. Jags trail 10-7.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

DJ Chark Jr. and Nick Foles have spent 17 snaps on the field together so far this season, and Chark already has 24.8 PPR fantasy points in that time.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars inactives for today's game at Indianapolis: QB Josh Dobbs, WR C.J. Board, RB Tyler ervin, CB Tae Hayes, OL Brandon Thomas, TE Seth DeValve, DT Dontavius Russell.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars really need to get something from rookie TE Josh Oliver against the Colts with Seth DeValve (abdominal) doubtful. Even with DeValve on the field the position hasn't been very productive in the passing game. Over the last month TEs have been targeted 11 times (fewer than all but three teams) and have seven catches for 62 yards. Those numbers also are worse than all but three teams. Oliver has two catches for 10 yards in the three games since his return from a hamstring injury.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars are remarkably healthy coming out of the bye week, with only one player (TE Seth DeValve, doubtful) on the game status report for today's game at Indianapolis. Coach Doug Marrone reflected on how different this season is compared to 2018, when they were devastated by injuries along the OL: "Last year was awful -- really was -- when you look at it," he said. "Obviously we're in a pretty good place right now where we are as far as health."

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars DE Josh Allen needs just one sack to tie the franchise's rookie record that Yannick Ngakoue set in 2016 (8.0). Allen didn't have a sack in his last game, which snapped a streak of four consecutive games with at least one sack. The Colts have given up 10 sacks in their last four games, though only one in last week's loss to Miami.

Ninkovich doesn't expect Colts to lose 3 in a row (0:29)
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Fournette takes a rare breather during Jags' bye

Leonard Fournette's commitment to his diet and workout regimen has paid dividends for the Jaguars this season, but the running back allowed himself a breather during the team's bye week.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars players joined more than 200 volunteers and staff on Thursday to assemble and ship 1,000 care packages to deployed servicemen and women in the Huddle For 100 with St. Michael's Soldiers. D.J. Hayden helps pack the boxes, which will arrive some time in December.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars players joined more than 200 volunteers and staff on Thursday to assemble and ship 1,000 care packages to deployed servicemen and women in the Huddle For 100 with St. Michael's Soldiers. D.J. Hayden helps pack the boxes, which will arrive some time in December.

Team Stats

Passing Yards250.712th
Rushing Yards119.513th
Points For18.926th
Points Against22.2