Here's the thing about this stat. If Jameis isn't an all timer at turning the ball over, the Colts offense left to it's own devices would have scored something like drumroll... 17 points. The Colts two big issues were exposed yesterday, they're not a serious threat to score the ball when they have it and the secondary gives up big plays.
It was a weird game and one I look forward to forgetting. Frankly this season is going to exist with 17' as one I don't really remember unless I force myself.
I think Jacoby has the intelligence and talent (I could be wrong on this), but he's picked up some very bad habits (I'm confident I'm right on this). It's going to take a lot of dedication, work and practice to break the bad habits, and replace them with good habits. Over the offseason, we'll see.
Yup. I keep thinking Mack is a franchise type RB but he certainly isn't used like one.
He barely plays 3rd downs.
He almost never catches passes (see current NFL RB's all over the league)
Hes not in to close halves or any 2 minute style offense.
Hes never in on the last drives.
Hes essentially used as a 2 down back. Ive seen Hines carry the ball enough to know hes not in the same universe of ability as Mack is. Makes no sense at all.