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Without MJD, the Jaguars stand no chance.
In Week 3, the Jacksonville Jaguars eked out their only win of the season; the Colts were the victims.
Victims of their own terrible secondary.
With under a minute remaining in the game, Indy allowed Cecil Shorts his first catch of the afternoon: an 80-yard game-winner.
This came at the tail end of a 28-carry, 177-yard performance by reigning rushing champion Maurice Jones-Drew.
Next time around, MJD will likely be sidelined. While Rashad Jennings is a serviceable backup, it's hard to see him going for 177 yards.
The Jags will struggle offensively in this game, despite the lackluster Colts defense.
Indianapolis does what they've done all season: throw the ball all over the yard. The Jags' 32nd-ranked passing attack can't keep pace and the Colts take back the victory stolen in Week 3.
Final Score: Indianapolis 27, Jacksonville 14