Found November 08, 2012 on The Jaggernaut:
The Jaguars take on the Indianapolis Colts tonight in a game that seemingly only matters to the Colts. At 5-3, Indianapolis is in the thick of the AFC wildcard race, and they're Jacksonville's most hated team. The Jaguars would need to win out and get plenty of help to make the playoffs. At 1-7, it's just not going to happen. Tonight's game is all about doing damage to Indianapolis' playoff hopes. The Jaguars' postseason hopes may have been dashed a couple of weeks ago, but they can still play for pride. Thoughts and comments throughout the game below.
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