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Video: Jaguars Dominated in Indy by the Colts 33-13

The Jaguars got quarterback Nick Foles back for another start, but they were no match for Jacoby Brissett and the Colts, as they were beat up 33-13 Sunday in Indy.

NFL Week 11 Inactives: Jagaurs vs Colts

Here are today’s inactives for the key AFC South game in Indy between the Jags and Colts:

Jaguars:

WR C.J. Board
TE Seth DeValve
QB Joshua Dobbs
RB Tyler Ervin
CB Tae Hayes
DT Dontavius Russell
OT Brandon Thomas

Colts:

WR Parris Campbell
OT Le’Raven Clark
CB Pierre Desir
WR T.Y. Hilton
QB Chad Kelly
RB Jordan Wilkins
CB Quincy Wilson

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Colts Host the Jaguars in AFC South Showdown

The Jags will have to face Colts returning QB Jacoby Brissett Sunday as he will be back under center in Indy in what should be a great AFC South showdown.

Here’s a preview from the NFL.

Nick Foles Back as the Starter at QB for the Jaguars

Hoping to jump start an offense that has been stuck in the mud recently, the Jaguars are making the expected move at QB this week, as Nick Foles is back as the team’s starting quarterback.

Foles will take the QB spot back from Garnder Minshew II, who had another rough day Sunday in a loss to the Texans over in London.

This season Minshew II has thrown for 2285 yards with 13 touchdowns and just four picks, but the team is hopeful that having Foles, who was their big offseason pickup from the Eagles, will be able to get the offense back on track.

The Jags will take on the Colts Sunday at 1pm.

Texans at Jaguars in London NFL Week Nine Inactives

London is the site for an early Sunday game between the Texans and Jaguars, and here are your week nine inactives.

Texans

LB Tyrell Adams
WR Will Fuller
S Tashaun Gipson
CB Lonnie Johnson
C Greg Mancz
CB Bradley Roby
OT Laremy Tunsil

Jaguars

RB Tyler Ervin
CB D.J. Hayden
LB Leon Jacobs
DT Dontavius Russell
OT Brandon Thomas
WR Dede Westbrook
LB Quincy Williams

Gardner Minshew Not Worried About Potential Return of Nick Foles

The Nick Foles question is coming to a head soon in Jacksonville, with the highly paid veteran quarterback eligible to return from injured reserve in Week 11.

Rookie quarterback Gardner Minshew, in the meantime, will try to continue feeding the mania.

Minshew joined NFL Network’s Good Morning Football on Wednesday and said he’s not concerned with the decision the staff will have to make when Foles is fully healthy.

“It’s something I can’t really worry about right now,” he said. “Every half-way competitive guy ever, you want to be the guy out there helping your team win, there is no doubt about that. But at the end of the day, we just want to win, and whatever we’ve got to do to make it happen, we’re going to do it.”

Minshew was thrust into the lineup after Foles busted his collarbone just 10 plays into the season.

“It’s been crazy,” the rookie said of being thrust into the starting lineup. “I knew at some point I’d get an opportunity to play. I didn’t think it would be the first quarter of the first game, like how it went. But I’ve been trying to do my job. A lot of guys have been working hard.”

The sixth-round pick has been impressive this season, showing calmness in the pocket, accuracy to all levels of the field, and the rare ability to extend plays without taking his eyes from his targets downfield. Through eight games (seven starts), Minshew owns a 13-2 TD-INT ratio, fourth-best in the NFL — the three players better are either former MVPs or Super Bowl winners (Russell Wilson 17-1; Patrick Mahomes 15-1; Aaron Rodgers 16-2).

Video: Jaguars Improve to 4-4; Swarm the Jets 29-15

The Jags are now back to .500 after a tough start to the season, as Sunday they beat up the Jets 29-15 to move to 4-4.

Jaguars Place DT Marcell Dareus on IR, Ink DT Akeem Spence

The Jaguars have placed defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and signed former Eagles defensive tackle Akeem Spence to take his place according to the team’s Twitter account.
Dareus underwent core muscle surgery on Thursday and will need 4-6 weeks to recover. It is unclear if he will be one of the players Jacksonville designates for return later this season.

Originally the No.3-overall pick in the 2011 draft out of Alabama by the Bills, the 29-year-old Dareus has been a mainstay of the Jags’ defensive line since joining the team in 2017.

He has played 40% of the team’s defensive snaps thus far this season and his absence will be felt, particularly in defending the run.

It did not take Spence long to find a new home as the Eagles released him just four days ago. He failed to register a sack or a tackle for loss in six games in Philly but has been a competent run-stuffer in the past.

Originally a fourth-round pick out of Illinois by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2013, the 27-year-old Spence has logged time with the Bucs, the Lions, and the Dolphins in addition to the Eagles. He will provide needed depth to the Jags’ defensive line.

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