Did you know baby Jaguars are blind for the first two weeks of their life?
If not, then I just provided some great fodder for NFL Films this season. By the way, rest in peace, Steve Sabol.
Sunday should be a shootout. Luck’s receivers are a little better overall than Blaine’s, but that doesn’t mean Mr. Gabbert is alone. MJD averages 100 yards per game against Indy, and that will not change this Sunday. In fact, I can see him gaining 125 and opening up the passing game for Blaine to pick the Colts 25th ranked passing defense apart. But, with that being said, the Jaguars defense isn’t exactly invincible, and Luck will have some success moving the ball on them as well.
After the baby Jaguars gain their sight, the mothers stay with them for two years before the Jaguars grow up and move out on their own. Let’s hope this omen means Blaine’s improvement and not Khan’s possible relocation.
JACKSONVILLE 30, Naptown 22
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Written by Michael Reid