Sinking Jaguars make offensive changes
Houston Texans: Host Tennessee Titans on Monday night.
Indianapolis Colts: The team has won five straight games for the first time since 2014 and quarterback Andrew Luck is thriving after missing all of last season due to shoulder surgery. Luck has thrown at least three touchdown passes in each of the past eight games and he guided the club back from a 10-point, fourth quarter deficit to post a 27-24 win over the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. "You've got to learn how to find a way when it's not easy and when it doesn't seem to be your night," Luck told reporters. "We certainly have things to clean up. I certainly have things to clean up. That won't get lost in the fact that we won. We're happy. We're excited. We'll never apologize for a win, but we've got to improve. That's the beauty of this game."
Jacksonville Jaguars: The losing streak reached seven on Sunday and changes occurred the next day as offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett was fired and starting quarterback Blake Bortles was demoted. Cody Kessler is the new starting signal caller while quarterbacks coach Scott Milanovich will call the plays this Sunday against the Colts. "It's not a knee-jerk reaction," Jacksonville coach Doug Marrone told reporters. "I really feel like at the end of the day we've got to try to get better production out of our passing game or more consistent production in our passing game." Sunday's 24-21 loss to the Bills also represented a low point for another reason: Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey had termed Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen as "trash" prior to the season but the rookie got the last laugh by recording the victory.
Tennessee Titans: Visit the Houston Texans on Monday night.
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