The Indianapolis Colts (6-4) will continue their three-game homestand when they battle the Jacksonville Jaguars (1-9) at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday. Kickoff is set for 1 p.m. on CBS.
Indianapolis will look to win its fifth straight game in the head-to-head series, dating back to 2012. The Colts will also go for their 11th consecutive divisional win, which is currently the longest active streak in the NFL.
Last week, Indianapolis fell to the New England Patriots, 42-20, at home on Sunday Night Football. Quarterback Andrew Luck threw for his eighth consecutive 300-yard game, marking the second-longest streak in NFL history. Tight end Coby Fleener caught seven passes for a career-high 144 yards, which is tied to the third-highest single-game receiving yardage total by a tight end in team history. Defensively, safety Mike Adam recorded his second two-interception game of the season and is now tied for the league lead with six takeaways in 2014.
Jacksonville is coming off its bye week after losing to the Dallas Cowboys, 31-17, in London the week prior. For the season, rookie quarterback Blake Bortles has completed 176-of-278 passes for 1,921 yards, eight touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a 72.3 passer rating in seven starts. Denard Robinson leads the team in rushing with 100 carries for 483 yards and four touchdowns. Allen Hurns has recorded a team-high five receiving touchdowns to go along with 30 receptions and 475 receiving yards.