Colts at Jaguars: A Q&A with Black and Teal

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Oct 4, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Jacksonville Jaguars kicker Jason Myers (2) misses a potential game winning kick at the end of the regulation in the fourth quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Indianapolis defeats Jacksonville 16-13 in overtime. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

6. What is your prediction for Sunday? Who wins and why?

"The Colts have been a thorn in the Jaguars’ side for the last decade plus, regardless of who has played quarterback. Matt Hasselbeck showed earlier this year he can pick apart the hapless Jacksonville defense and I see no reason this matchup should be any different. I think it’s a fairly high scoring game and the Jaguars lose another one they should win. Jaguars 27 – Colts 30"

My takes:

The Colts will need a better performance from Hasselbeck than the first time these two teams met. He did enough to win the game, but need two missed potential game winning field goals by the Jags to get there.

The Colts could certainly win this game easily, but the injuries across the board are troubling and it feels like they’ve been playing on fumes. Still, Indy hasn’t lost to an AFC South opponent since 2012.