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Happy New Year, and Seasons Greetings, Indianapolis Colts fans!  :)   Our 10-5, and 2013 AFC South Champions Colts already successfully repeated, and defended their divisional championship, and also conclude their regular season as they host the visiting 4-11 Jacksonville Jaguars  in the home season finale at  LOS.  Colts routed the Jaguars in the earlier meeting, winning by the score of 37-3 at EverBank Field in Jacksonville back on September 29.

 

Colts also have a chance to equal their 2012 regular season record at 11-5 this afternoon, with the chances of winning by both the aforementioned 37-3 win, and the game also being played at Indianapolis.  Also the Colts lead the all-time regular season series 17 wins over 8 losses, dating back to the Jaguars inaugural season in the NFL back in 1995, and have outscored  the Jaguars in the previous 25 games 617 points to the Jaguars 495.

 

Fortunately the game is being played inside LOS, because mostly cloudy skies at 40 degrees, with a wind chill of 32 degrees, is the temperature outside for the 1:05PM Eastern Standard Time kickoff, along with 76% humidity, 10% precipitation,and winds at 14 miles per hour.

 

Visiting Jaguars are wearing their white jerseys and black pants, while the host Colts are wearing their blue jerseys, and white pants.

 

 

NO injuries, our thanks to  Head Coach Chuck Pagano and his Colts coaching staff, Andrew Luck and the rest of his Colts teammates for entertaining your fans on the field, home and away,  both  preseason and regular season. Also congratulations to Robert Mathis representing the Colts in the NFL Pro Bowl.  Stay and continue to be Colts Strong heading into the playoffs, win your eleventh game in your home and season finale this afternoon, and GO COLTS!!!!!    ;)   :cheer:  :coltslogo:   :1colts:  :colts:  :coltsfb:  :coltshelmet:  :blueshoe:  :coltslogo:  :cheer:  :D

 

 

Complete Colts Vs. Jaguars Week 17 NFL Game Day Preview, and NFL On CBS TV Distribution Map In Yellow:

 

http://prod.static.colts.clubs.nfl.com/assets/docs/gamereleases/2013/gamerelease-reg17.pdf

 

http://506sports.com/

 

 

Colts Vs. Jaguars  Live NFL Game Centers:

 

http://www.colts.com/team/game/2013/regular17

 

http://www.nfl.com/gamecenter/2013122904/2013/REG17/jaguars@colts#menu=gameinfo&tab=preview

 

 

Colts Vs. Jaguars Pregame Injury Reports:

 

http://www.colts.com/team/injury-report.html

 

http://www.jaguars.com/team/injury-report.html

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