STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES – Colts are 0-2 for first time since 2011, year Peyton Manning went down with neck injury and they lost first 13 games. That’s also only year in which Jacksonville swept both regular-season meetings. … Colts have won three in row in series, all by at least 17 points. … Although QB Andrew Luck is 3-1 against Jaguars, he’s been relatively quiet in those games, throwing for 1,079 yards and five TDs, running for 94 yards and two scores. He also has thrown three INTs and been sacked five times. … Reggie Wayne’s last eight games in Jacksonville equate to what many WRs would consider good season. Wayne has 65 receptions for 946 yards and three TDs in those games. … Colts C Khaled Holmes (ankle) is expected to reclaim starting job Sunday. … Jaguars are 0-2 for third consecutive season and fifth time in last seven years. … Both losses in 2014 were debacles, with Jacksonville blowing 17-point halftime lead at Philadelphia and then getting manhandled in 41-10 drubbing at Washington. Jags gave up franchise-record 10 sacks and managed just 148 yards against Redskins. Defense wasn’t much better, getting gashed for 449 yards even though Washington lost QB Robert Griffin III and WR DeSean Jackson in first quarter. … Coach Gus Bradley responded by making two changes to O-line, including parting ways with RT Cam Bradfield, who started 25 games in last three seasons. … Jacksonville’s home opener is regular-season debut of team’s $63 million stadium upgrades, which include world’s largest scoreboards as well as pools and cabanas.
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