The Indianapolis Colts got a gritty win over the Jaguars, despite losing the turnover battle two to zero. There was a lot more good in this game than bad or ugly from the Colts' perspective, even though the score was a lot closer than the team would have preferred. Division games are never easy, but with this victory the team gets a head start and begin the year on top of the AFC South. The Good The team defense looked vastly improved from last season, even though the Colts were without their best defensive tackle, Ed Johnson, and arguably their best overall defensive player, Bob Sanders. The team gave up 228 yards of total offense to the Jaguars, and held bowling-ball running back Maurice Jones-Drew under 100 yards rushing for what seems like the first time in franchise ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Kyle Winslow