Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts: Preview, TV Coverage and Streams

With a significantly larger audience than they usually have, the Jacksonville Jaguars have a chance Sunday morning to show they world they aren’t a terrible team.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are sitting in a spot almost no one expected them to be in before the season started – 0-3, fighting for relevance in what should be their first season as real contenders.

Over the last two weeks, blame for the disappointing start has oscillated between head coach Gus Bradley and quarterback Blake Bortles. The national media has apparently finally picked up on Bradley’s horrendous record as a coach (12-39 as we head into the London game), so the seat has become hot for perhaps the first time in Bradley’s coaching tenure.

Blake Bortles on the other hand didn’t really start garnering criticism until he effectively blew multiple chances to win last week’s game against the Ravens. The third year passer has shown regression in both his mechanics and his decision making, turning this season into a tryout for whoever the next coach might be.

If the Jaguars want to try to salvage any hope for this season, they have to do something they’ve never done before with Bradley and Bortles – beat Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts.

Here’s the where, when, and how of the big London game:

Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Indianapolis Colts

Sunday, October 2, 9:30 AM E.T. at Wembley Stadium, London, England

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TV Station: CBS (National broadcast)

Commentators: Greg Gumbel, Trent Green

Watch Online: NFL Sunday Ticket

Radio: 1010XL/92.5FM (listen online)

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