The Indianapolis Colts are a confident team. The fact that the team was willing to give up a first-round pick to acquire Trent Richardson from the Cleveland Browns is proof enough that the team feels it has the talent to win big this season. A 27-7 win over the San Francisco 49ers last weekend suggests it may be right.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are trending in the opposite direction. The team is 0-3, with all three losses coming by double digits. Blaine Gabbert is expected to return this week, but little he has done in his career suggests that he will be a marked improvement over Chad Henne. The Jags are a mess all over the field, hence the Colts are 9.5-point favorites heading into kickoff.
It should be noted that the Jags have played the Colts tight recently. Three of the team's last five wins (stretching back to 2011) have come against Indianapolis, including a 22-17 win in Week 3 last season. If the Jags are going to get their first win this season, it might as well come against a divisional foe they know very well at this point. They'll be facing a Colts team that may just be hitting its stride, however.
1 p.m. ET Sunday
EverBank Field, Jacksonville, Fla.
Indianapolis: WISH Channel 8
Jacksonville: WTEV Channel 47
Every Sunday afternoon game of the season, including Colts-Jaguars, can be viewed with NFL Sunday Ticket online, even if you don't have DirecTV. Of course, it'll cost you $300 for the full package.
Verizon subscribers can watch games live with NFL Mobile Premium for a subscription fee.
NFL Game Pass offers live online broadcasts to users outside the United States, also for a subscription fee.
Indianapolis: WFNI 1070 AM, WLHK 97.1 FM
Jacksonville: WOKV 690 AM, WOKV 104.5 FM