After Sunday’s misfortune to the Las Vegas Raiders, the Indianapolis Colts tumbled to 9-7 and have a couple season finisher securing situations in front of the customary season finale against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Of the three distinct situations, the most basic is simply win against the Jaguars this coming Sunday. Nonetheless, the Colts haven’t dominated a match down in Jacksonville beginning around 2014 and should end their 6-game losing streak to make the end of the season games briefly straight season.
In the event that the Colts lose Sunday, two different situations give them a season finisher birth. A Los Angeles Chargers misfortune and Ravens-Steelers tie is one way, and the other is both a Chargers’ and Steelers’ misfortune and a Miami Dolphins’ success.
Lead trainer Frank Reich talked with nearby media individuals on Tuesday and expressed his viewpoints on Sunday’s vital game.
“The playoffs start for us this week,” Reich said. “We’ve got to take a 1-0 mentality; we have to have a good week of practice, and we’re expecting Jacksonville’s best. We know we’ve struggled down there, and this team (Jacksonville) takes a lot of pride in playing us the way they play us.”
The Colts need to figure out how to deal with their business Sunday in Jacksonville to be one of the seven AFC groups in the postseason. Depending in other NFL groups for ‘help’ would be perilous for Indy, particularly given how every one of their last two rounds of the normal season present ‘win-and-in’ situations.